The program, which focuses on Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine, is financed by the European Union. These are just a few of the investigational areas funded through this call: organized crime, financial crime, and corruption; public safety; democracy and human rights; healthcare; environment and climate change. The funding limit per project is set at €100,000.
Beneficiaries who qualify are:
- Press freedom and journalism non-profit organizations; Independent content production companies; Journalists/content production teams working on behalf of any of the aforementioned organizations. Legally registered news organizations serving audiences in all six Eastern partner countries, including organizations operating in exile.
Beneficiaries Who Qualify Must:
- have been in operation for at least 3 (three) years before the proposal’s submission;
- a minimum of 3 (three) investigations have been produced;
- a history of respecting journalism standards or involvement in similar projects; a code of ethics, editorial rules, or participation in journalist organizations with a shared code of ethics;
- without allowing overlap with other projects receiving EU funding.
Topics That Qualify Include, But Are Not Restricted To:
Healthcare; Environment and climate change; Democracy; Financial crime and corruption; Organized crime; Public safety and security; and Democracy and human rights.
All interested applicants must submit their applications online exclusively. Any inquiries regarding the application procedure should be sent to email@example.com