Due Date: September 24, 2019
Applications for the Journalismfund.eu Loan Path Grants 2019 are now open. In Loan Path, Journalismfund.eu provides working grants for combined groups of African, Asian and European reporters to examine cross-border illegal monetary circulations, tax abuse and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Grants are granted to reporters entirely by Journalismfund.eu, without any input or oversight at any phase from the consortium as a whole. There will be 10 application rounds over the 3 years.
Loan Path is a collective task in between extremely concerned journalism and training organisations such as Financing Uncovered, Free Press Unlimited, Oxfam Novib and Journalismfund.eu. Loan Path is supported by the Dutch Nationale Postal Code Loterij.
- The overall quantity per call is around 50,000 Euro. Journalismfund.eu supports expenses associated with journalistic research study for all media. This can consist of travel, translation, access to pay-databases or just time to research study. They do not support set expenses such as workplace expenses, financial investments such as video cameras or computer systems or production expenses.
- Open to ideally, global reporter groups including a minimum of one African, one Asian and/or one European reporter. Each group ideally include reporters from 2 continents. Preferably, the groups need to offer letters of intent for publication from media organisations in 2 continents.
- They likewise accept local cross-border cooperations in Africa and Asia. Each group should include reporters from a minimum of 2 nations.
- Extraordinary propositions from private reporters in Africa and Asia whose story consists of an overseas component in a nationwide story– where the cash path causes a tax sanctuary — can be accepted.
- European reporters intending on using need to team up with an African or Asian reporter.
- Foreign reporters in Africa or Asia can use with regional reporters.
To learn more, go to MoneyTrail Grant