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Topics Features New Round of Grants, New Website

Call for applications openThe European Fund for Investigative Journalism — known online as —  has a redesigned website and is offering a new round of grants. The  new site features an easier-to-use application form, links to the latest in European investigative journalism, and an expanded calendar. The current round of grants will distribute €20.000 in support for cross-border travel, translations, and time for research and reporting. Applications must be uploaded to the website by 9 am, September 24th. is a project of the Belgium-based Pascal Decroos Fund.



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