Coda Media (United States) is an award-winning non-profit newsroom dedicated to journalism that breaks through the noise of the news cycle and tells stories in context. Its global team of multimedia journalists investigates the trends that are shaping the world, stays on stories long after they have left the spotlight, and empowers readers to see the connections between seemingly unrelated crises.
CONNECTAS is a non-profit journalism project that promotes the production, sharing, training, and dissemination of information with a transnational perspective on key issues for development in the Americas. CONNECTAS aims to create alliances with journalism and media organizations, and operating as a logistical hub that provides technical and professional support, facilitates training programs, and does fundraising for activities related to its mission.
With more than 100 members in Colombia, CdR is the first organization to promote investigative journalism in its country. The work started in 2007 with training activities and now it has widen to several areas such as the creation of a database with more than 2 million data, a digital media study, the annual congress on investigative journalism, publications and more.
Convoca is an investigative journalism association made up of reporters, data analysts, and developers. The team research, teach, and collaborate, working in partnership with other independent initiatives, the media, and universities both in Peru and abroad. Convoca advocates the “intelligent” use of databases and a multidisciplinary approach to investigations and digital narratives.
CORRECT!V, based in Essen, was founded in 2014 and is the first non-profit investigative newsroom in Germany. Its goal is to give citizens access to information by making investigative and informative journalism affordable and accessible to media organizations throughout Germany.
Crime and Corruption Reporting Network — LUPA (Montenegro) is a non-profit association based on the promotion and development of investigative journalism in Montenegro. The association is founded by a group of independent and professional journalists with broad experience working in the media. It focuses on the research of organized crime and corruption in the country and abroad.
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.
Critical Frequency is a women-run independent media company that produces investigative longform journalism across multiple audio and digital channels. The outlet offers a platform to the stories and voices not often heard in mainstream media, and makes a point of amplifying the voices of women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and working class journalists and producers.
The Czech Centre for Investigative Journalism (České centrum pro investigativní žurnalistiku) is a non-governmental non-profit organization founded in 2013 by group of Czech journalists. Its mission is to take part in 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 Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is a resource center and global network of journalists, journalism educators and health professionals dedicated to improving media coverage of trauma, conflict and tragedy. It is a project of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City, with international satellite offices in London and Melbourne.