Crime and Corruption Reporting Network (KRIK) is a non-profit organization founded by a team of young 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.
The Crimean Center for Investigative Reporting conducts journalistic investigations and publishes them at its website investigator.org.ua, produces “National Security Issue” TV Program, as well as organizes trainings on investigative reporting for journalists coming from Crimea, Ukraine, and Belarus.
The Czech Centre for Investigative Journalism (České centrum pro investigativní žurnalistiku); www.investigace.cz was founded in 2013 by group of Czech journalists and has as its mission to take part and promote cross-border investigative journalism projects, train investigative journalists, and address the need of local journalism to follow new media trends and standards.
The Danish Association for Investigative Journalism (Foreningen for Undersøgende Journalistik, FUJ) works to promote investigative journalism in Danish media. The FUJ covers both the written press, radio, and TV at all levels – journalists, researchers, photographers, page editors, and editors.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, a project of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is dedicated to informed, innovative and ethical news reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy. Whether the topic is street crime, family violence, natural disaster, war or human rights, effective news reporting on traumatic events demands knowledge, skill and support. The Dart Center provides journalists around the world with the resources necessary to meet this challenge, drawing on a global, interdisciplinary network of news professionals, mental health experts, educators and researchers.
Data Journalism Agency — texty.org.ua (Ukraine) is an online site that “promotes transparency and accountability by developing high-quality journalism and data journalism, which implies analysis and presentation of big data in an interesting and comprehensive way (in the form of interactive infographics and web applications). We investigate and research socially important topics that other media do not often raise by a number of reasons.”
DataJournalismTurkey (Veri Gazeteciliği Türkiye) (Turkey) is a non-profit platform and an educational organization pioneering the use of data journalism in Turkey. In 2016, the group organized 40 Open Data and Data Journalism workshops for journalists, NGOs and academics, reaching almost 4,500 people.
DataNinja.it is a is a grassroots network focused on Data Journalism and based on Italy. They won the Data Journalism Awards 2014 with the investigation “The Migrants Files”.
DCReport (US) is a nonprofit news service that covers what the US administration and Congress do, not what they say. It is founded on core investigative journalism principles of research, fact-checking, and reporting in a way that its audience understands how they are affected by what happens in government. DCReport has broken numerous stories by focusing on federal documents that few journalists read, including the story of Trump’s 2005 tax return.
DIG is an Italian network supporting and training investigative reporters. Established in 2015 capitalizing on 20-year experience of the Ilaria Alpi Association, it runs the international DIG Awards for investigative video journalism, that are given annually in Riccione, Italy. DIG also organizes the first European pitch for freelance reporters (20.000 euros), courses for media professionals and events to raise the standard of investigative reporting.