Salud con Lupa (Peru) is a digital, collaborative journalism platform dedicated to compelling, investigative coverage of public health in Latin America. It is based in Lima, Peru, and works with contributors from ten countries. Through its investigations, it seeks to improve the quality of public debate and the decision-making process of the authorities on health issues.
Senter for Undersøkende Journalistikk – SUJO
Senter for Undersøkende Journalistikk – SUJO (Norway) was founded in 2018 by the University of Bergen (UiB) to strengthen investigative journalism in Norway, encompassing local and regional media, and smaller newsrooms throughout the country. SUJO supports and coaches between 10 and 20 investigative projects a year and organizes workshops to train journalists and editors in in-depth investigative methods. SUJO is also the location for UiB’s Master program in investigative journalism.
Siena (Lithuania) is Lithuania’s first nonprofit organization dedicated entirely to investigative cross-border reporting. Siena has contributed reporting to numerous international investigations with partners from the OCCRP network and other media outlets, including the award-winning Fraud Factory. Stories done by Siena and the Belarusian Investigative Center helped lead to international sanctions against oligarchs close to the Lukashenko regime. The group focuses on collaboration, works to improve the quality of journalism in Lithuania, and does joint investigations into corruption, abuse of power, and fraud.
NGO “Slidstvo.info” is a Ukrainian investigative project focusing on high scale crimes, political corruption and war crimes. Organization’s key product is a weekly investigative program “Slidstvo.info” that is broadcasted by the “First National”, “24” and “ZIK” TV channels, internet television “Hromadske TV” (Public TV) and 15 regional TV channels.
Soma Foundation, Hungary
The Gőbölyös József “Soma” Foundation seeks to enhance the functioning of democracy in Hungary by providing awards, stipends and legal defense to investigative journalists working toward greater transparency and accountability in society. The Foundation was established in 2001 to honor the memory of Gőbölyös József, or simply Soma to those who loved him, a pioneer in investigative journalism in Hungary who viewed the pursuit of hidden truth as essential for democracy to develop and remain strong and resilient.
Stiftelsen for en Kritisk og Undersøkende Presse (SKUP), Norway
Stiftelsen for en Kritisk og Undersøkende Presse (SKUP) — “Association for Critical and Investigative Press” — is an association established in 1990, dedicated to promoting investigative journalism in Norway. SKUP organizes an annual weekend conference for investigative reporters and editors in Norway. One of the conference highlights is the SKUP award ceremony. SKUP regularly offers workshops and training in various investigative methods. The foundation’s website offers documentation on a decade of investigative journalism and projects in Norwegian media.
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE Riga) Centre for Media Studies
The Media Centre offers further education in investigative journalism and business reporting and organizes regularly workshops and seminars in these fields. Further – once a year, in August – a international three-day seminar is held, focusing on three subjects/skills of major importance for quality journalism. The Centre is run within the framework of Stockholm School of Economics in Riga and is supported by The Anders foundation in Sweden since 2009.
Studio Monitor (Georgia) was founded in 2005, following the shutdown of that country’s top rated 60 Minutes TV show on Rustavi 2. To protest against political interference, the show’s lead journalists set up Studio Monitor to produce investigative documentaries independently. In 16 years of operation, the group has produced over 200 investigative reports.
Sujag is a multilingual digital media platform dedicated to the voices from the margins of power in Pakistan. Sujag does not believe in mimicking mainstream media in the race to break news and believes in carrying out in-depth reporting and fact-checking to contextualize everything we report. Sujag’s principles are simple and clear: we do not believe in neutrality and take pride in siding with the marginalized, we report from the margins and not centers of power, we don’t sell eyeballs and are completely ad-free.
Syrian Investigative Reporting For Accountability Journalism, France
Syrian Investigative Reporting for Accountability Journalism (SIRAJ) is a collective of award-winning Syrian investigative reporters living in exile since the Syrian war began in 2011. Founded in 2016 and based in France, SIRAJ produces reports and investigations on Syria. It also trains journalists in investigative journalism methodologies to produce in-depth investigations and reports covering Syrian affairs in and outside of the country.