JARING (Indonesia Network for Investigative Journalism) is an Indonesian non-profit organization that aims to develop media professionalism and to extend access to information in Indonesia and other countries in Asia. It does so through capacity building programs, establishing new media in isolated locations, emergency assistance for media in disaster areas, and media content production.
Journalism for Nation Building Foundation (JNBF) is the nonprofit affiliate of Rappler, the Philippines’ leading independent online news site (currently under assault by the Duterte government). The foundation sponsors training, fellowships, and in-depth journalism that provides context to important issues and pushes for greater transparency and accountability of officials and institutions.
Journalism School of Waseda University (Japan) is dedicated to nurturing highly skilled professional journalists in the digital age. It is the first and only journalism school at the graduate level in Japan that promotes both the theory and practice of journalism. The School has set up an investigative reporting course that helps students to understand the powerful role of journalists as monitors who recognize the importance of bringing to light facts that have long been hidden from citizens.
Journalismfund.eu vzw (formerly known as Fonds Pascal Decroos voor Bijzondere Journalistiek vzw) is an independent non‐profit organisation established with the purpose of promoting quality cross-border and in-depth journalism in Europe. Journalismfund.eu supports journalists who have good ideas for quality in-depth and cross-border research.