Distribution, Collaboration, and Freelancing: A GIJN Guide

From where to pitch to how to avoid being sued, and how much you should be getting paid for your work: a new, nine-part GIJN-resource covers the business side of doing investigative journalism. The guide covers a variety of subjects, aiming to help both individuals and media institutions by providing practical tips and advice.

Grants and Fellowships

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COVID-19-Related Grants
General Fellowships 
International Fellowships 
Specialty Fellowships 
Reporting Grants
Documentary Grants
Other Grants

Seeking a chance to improve your skills and expand your world? Tired of the everyday routine in your newsroom? We regularly update our guide to grants and fellowships. These are programs of special interest to investigative journalists around the world. There are plenty of short-term and long-term opportunities, both for staff and freelance reporters. Follow the links for information on deadlines and background on the various programs.

You might also find useful GIJN’s resource pages on:

Awards
Data
Emergency Aid
Fundraising
Investigative Guides
Legal Defense and more

Do you know of a great opportunity we haven’t listed?