The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, based in the University of Texas at Austin, is a professional training and outreach program for journalists in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its training programs has benefited thousands of journalists and journalism professors throughout the Americas, and helped to create a new generation of independent journalist organizations. These organizations have created self-sustaining training programs to raise the ethical and professional levels of journalism, thereby contributing to the freedom of press and democracy in the hemisphere.
The Korea Center for Investigative Journalism (KCIJ) is the first nonprofit online investigative reporting organization in South Korea. The center, launched by veteran broadcast journalists, runs Newstapa, an online news website that presents watchdog journalism in video form.
KRIK — Mreža za istraživanje kriminala i korupcije — “Crime and Corruption Reporting Network” is a non-profit organization founded by a team of journalists who for years has been engaged in exposing crime and corruption, and who have received many awards for their work. KRIK is dedicated to revealing organized crime and corruption that permeates all levels of society. “Our goal is to help the readers to better understand how crime and corruption affect their lives.” KRIK seeks to provide in-depth investigative stories, as well as the latest news in this field, and also building an online database of documents.