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Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship

    The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship provides academic and professional opportunities to advance the reporting skills of women and nonbinary  journalists who focus on human rights and social justice.

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    Earth Investigations Program

      This grant can be awarded to cross-border teams of professional journalists and/or news outlets to conduct investigations into environmental affairs related to Europe.

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      European Cross-Border Grants

        This grant and mentoring programme aims to address the shortage of independent journalism by providing grants to investigative journalism projects in Europe and encouraging cross-border collaboration.

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        Voices in Exile Support Program

          CFI, Reporters Without Borders (RSF), SINGA and Maison des journalistes (MDJ) are launching a new project to support and accompany journalists and media in exile in Paris, in order to make France one of the main destinations for journalists in exile.

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          German-Central-Eastern European Program

            Reporting on climate and energy issues is the focus of the German-Central Eastern European Program. Founded in 2018, the program is the first IJP fellowship program to focus on climate as a single issue.

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            Boosting Fact-Checking Activities in Europe

              The Call aims at supporting projects from independent fact-checking organisations, which play a key role in limiting the negative effects of disinformation on the public discourse and democratic processes.

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              Mental Health Support For Exiled Journalists

              • International Journalists’ Network
              • Sudeshna Chanda

              For journalists living in exile, emotional stress and trauma cannot be discounted. Leaving one’s home is never easy, and the mental toll is more excruciating when forced to flee. Here are three levels of support to consider when looking after your mental health as a journalist in exile.

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              The Power of Peer Support

              • PEN America
              • Susan E. McGregor, Viktorya Vilk, Jeje Mohamed

              Online abuse stifles freedom of expression, undermines equity and inclusion, and threatens livelihoods. In the United States and around the world, it has become a major occupational hazard, affecting everyone from scientists and academics to election officials and journalists.

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              Editor Safety Hub

              • Editor Safety Hub

              The Editor Safety Hub is a dedicated training platform for news editors and managers, providing them with a free and efficient way to improve their safety skills and practice through self-paced courses, practical tools and resources. It is created by the ACOS Alliance and WAN-IFRA in partnership with leading safety trainers, editors and journalists.

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              Authoritarians Threaten Journalists Around the Globe

              • The Wallstreet Journal
              • Matthew Dalton, Jack Gillum

              From Vladimir Putin in Russia to the theocrats in Iran, authoritarian leaders are increasingly shutting down independent media and locking up reporters, with hundreds of journalists now in jail around the globe.

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              2023: A Very Bad Year for Press Freedom

              • vox.com
              • Caroline Houck

              Journalism has never been a safe profession, but the last couple of years have felt particularly grim. For vox.com Caroline Houck took a closer look on the dangers faced by journalists globally and reveals a disturbing trend of attacks on journalism worldwide.

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              The Plight of Guatemalas Exiled Journalists

              • The Latin American Post

              The precarious situation of journalists forced to flee Guatemala, despite recent political changes, exposes the broader struggle for press freedom in Latin America, revealing systemic issues that continue to undermine democratic principles and silence critical voices.

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              The Main Problems Exiled Journalists are Facing

              • Reuters Institute
              • Laura Dulce Romero

              At least 460 journalists left their home countries in 2023. Exiled reporters from Afghanistan, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Ukraine share their challenges in this longread on exiled journalism, Laura Dulce Romero wrote for Reuters Institute. Solutions included!

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              Exile Offers Little Protection for Russian Journalists

              • VOA
              • Liam Scott

              When Russia imposed harsh laws on reporters covering its invasion of Ukraine, dozens fled. But physical distance doesn’t always keep exiled journalists safe. The American journalist Liam Scott met some of them in Berlin. Watch his full video report on security for Russian journalists in exile here.

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              This Editor is Breaking News on Bangladesh from Afar

              • Reuters Institute
              • Laura Oliver

              Sweden-based, Bangladesh-focused investigative newsroom Netra News launched with a bang in December 2019. In this interview Netra News’ founder Tasneem Khalil opens up about his work as an exiled editor.

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              Poland Cuts Financing for Exiled Belarusian Media

              • The Kyiv Independen
              • Maria Yeryoma

              The International Press Institute has urged Poland’s Foreign Ministry to reconsider its decision to cut the financing of Belsat, a flagship Belarusian-language broadcaster operating within Poland’s public television service (TVP), amid growing concern about the survival of exiled Belarusian media. With the budget slashed, Belsat is not alone in being in a precarious state.

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