Uğur Mumcu Investigative Journalism Foundation (Turkey) is an organization established with the purpose of ensuring the continued journalism legacy of the brave journalist and writer Uğur Mumcu, who was assassinated on January 24, 1993. It provides training and investigative journalism education through scholarships for young graduates under 25-years-old, training them to follow and question the news in Turkey and the world, respect the ethical principles of journalism and be sensitive and responsible towards social issues.
Ulster University School of Communication and Media (United Kingdom) has a 25-year record of educating reporters with an emphasis on hard news and investigation. Based in Northern Ireland, its award-winning journalism section runs multimedia masters and undergraduate programs. It has produced some of Northern Ireland’s leading investigative reporters and has strong links to such media as BBC Northern Ireland, UTV, Belfast Telegraph and The Irish News, all with a proud tradition of investigative journalism.
The University of Gothenburg is a public institution, financed by taxes, and has served as a centre for education and research within journalism and media since the 1960s. JMG, the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication at the University of Gothenburg is one of northern Europe’s most well-renowned institutions in its field. The journalism programme is currently ranked as the best in the nation by the Swedish Higher Education Authority. JMG focus on investigative journalism throughout the journalism programme, culminating in a last semester of producing a real investigative piece. A number of students have received recognition and prizes for their stories.