n-ost is a journalism network that produces cross-border projects in the EU, with a focus on investigative reporting in Eastern Europe. It serves as an editorial office and syndication agency, and implements a wide range of projects that include an annual international media conference, annual reportage prize, grants for cross-border research, and a network for media literacy.
Nashi Groshi (“Our Money”) (Ukraine) is a web-based organization that analyzes corrupt practices in public procurement and finance data. Established in 2011, the nonprofit investigates civil servants’ and politicians’ involvement in public contracts. Its reports have resulted in over 70 cancelled tender procedures, amounting to $1.2 billion saved in the government budget. It produces a weekly TV program and manages a network of 160 journalists.
New Narratives is a team of Liberia’s leading journalists and media houses. Since our inception in 2010 we have played a central role in shaping the national dialogue with comprehensive reporting on major societal ills. We’ve started national conversations and exposed corruption in areas such as resources extraction, rape, drug trafficking, teen pregnancy and child prostitution.
The New Zealand Centre for Investigative Journalism was established in 2013 to encourage and support investigative journalism in New Zealand and the South Pacific. We aim to bring together journalists, documentary makers, authors, students and others who have a desire to do investigative journalism.
NGSCO “TOM 14” was founded by a few investigative journalists to inform the public about corruption in Ukraine and its connection to societal poverty in order to reduce the degree of corruption tolerance and change social agreements on corruption. TOM14 produces an anti-corruption investigative television program “Nashi Hroshi” (“Our Money”) which focuses on economic and public procurement investigations, including price analysis, fly-by-night companies search, connection between officials and business (or business officials).
Nikolaev Center for Investigative Reporting (NikCIR) is an independent non-profit organization in Southern Ukraine, devoted to investigative reporting. We focus primarily on exposing corruption, waste and miscarriages of justice
Norbert Zongo Cell for Investigative Journalism in West Africa (CENOZO) is a regional network of journalists created to promote investigative journalism in West Africa. CENOZO, a ground breaking project for data-based cross border investigation in West Africa aims to strengthen the capacities of investigative journalists in the region through training, mentoring, grants, networking, legal advice, technical support for investigations, and provision of a publication platform. The Board of Directors comprises of seven renowned investigative journalists from Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Niger, and Nigeria.
Nothing 2 Hide (France), an association that helps journalists protect their data and communications, was initiated by a group of journalists and former NGO workers. It provides digital security and online investigative training to the media and journalism schools in France, and offers security tools such as whistleblowing platforms. Nothing 2 Hide’s workshops have taken place in France, Turkey, Central Asia and West Africa.