Pakistan Press Foundation (Pakistan) is an independent media research, documentation and training center. The foundation is a non-governmental organization committed to promoting and defending freedom of expression. It encourages research on mass communication and helps to raise the standard of investigative journalism in the country. It has provided training, mentoring and fellowships to more than 120 journalists since 2017 to produce investigative reports.
PAYK is an award-winning center for investigative journalism in Afghanistan, which aims to better inform the world through investigative reporting and providing protection and training to Afghan journalists. PAYK brings together journalists and media professionals from within Afghanistan and around the world to foster dialogue that will lead to enlightenment, flow of in-depth information and a sense of accountability. It strives to put the government institutions to account by enabling people to demand accountability from those in power through providing citizens with the information they need to stand up to corruption, wrongdoing and the abuse of power.
Periodismo de Barrio, or Neighborhood Journalism, “publishes hidden stories based on original research” with a focus on critical social issues affecting the lives of common citizens in Cuba. The team specializes in covering the impact of climate change and natural disasters on vulnerable populations, as well as the management of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, energy policies, mining, food security, housing and construction policies, environmental pollution and restructuring of the sugar industry.
Periodistas de a pie (PdP) is a Mexican organization of journalists that provides training, network-building, and capacity-building, with the primary purpose of promoting the creation of high quality journalistic products. PdP has provided trainings since 2007.
PF “Investigative Journalism Foundation” (Kyrgyzstan) was founded in 2018 on the initiative of the ex-president of the Kyrgyz Republic, Roza Otunbaeva, in order to develop investigative journalism in the country. It supports journalistic initiatives aimed at identifying corruption and unlawful phenomena in society.
The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) is an independent, nonprofit media agency that specializes in investigative reporting. It was founded in 1989 by nine Filipino journalists who realized, from their years on the beat and at the news desk, the need for newspapers and broadcast agencies to go beyond day–to–day reportage.
Plaza Pública is a digital native publication which was founded by the Rafael Landívar University in Guatemala. Plaza Pública is a news laboratory with a narrative identity based on long and deep investigations. Its emphasis is on social justice issues and subject matter not often covered in mainstream national newspapers. Website: http://www.plazapublica.com.gt/
Pod črto (or “The Bottom Line” in English) is an independent nonprofit media outlet based in Slovenia, focusing on investigative reporting, data journalism and in-depth stories. They investigate and write stories of major importance towards a more transparent functioning of their nation’s democratic system. Their mission is to comprehensively investigate and explain the pressing issues in our society, as well as finding a way to address and resolve these problems.
Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) is a groundbreaking independent media organization focusing on investigative reporting as well as capacity building for Nigerian journalists in the areas of data and investigative journalism. It was founded in 2014 by editors and reporters who are committed to helping Nigeria enthrone the kind of media that will advocate for the people and nudge Nigeria on the path of development and social re-engineering.
The Press Institute of Mongolia is a non-governmental non-profit organization established in 1996. Its mission is to support development of independent and pluralistic media in Mongolia, to assist in improvement of qualifications and skills of Mongolian media workers and to promote the role of media in the advancement of democracy and economic and social development. The Institute’s operations focus on training for media professionals, media research, and advocacy activities to enhance media freedom in Mongolia.
ProPublica is an independent, non-profit, Pulitzer Prize-winning newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. It digs deep into important issues, shining a light on abuses of power and betrayals of public trust — and it sticks with those issues as long as it takes to hold power to account.
Public Herald is fearless investigative journalism. Co-founded in 2011 by investigative journalists Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman, Public Herald’s mission is two-fold: truth + creativity. We use investigative journalism and art to empower readers and hold accountable those who put the public at risk. Overall, we aim to be media by and for the public interest. Our independence is guaranteed.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (United States) raises awareness of underreported global issues through direct support for quality journalism across all media platforms and a unique program of education and public outreach. It provides grants for sustained reporting and outreach on topics that range from land rights, climate change, global health, and fragile states to justice and women and children.