FIRE supports the investigations of freelance journalists

Investigative Stories A number of organizations already support feature stories and projects, but FIRE strictly supports investigative reporting. We do not accept or fund proposals for non-investigative features. By definition, investigative reporting uncovers information in the public interest, usually information that someone is trying to hide.  The following three questions should help

Open Call for Proposals | 2019 Data Journalism and Property Rights Grants

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a grant-giving non-profit organization that supports independent global journalism, is seeking applications for data-driven journalism projects related to land rights and property rights. They are eager to see proposals that use open data to reveal new perspectives on property rights issues related to land

Investigative reporting fellowship open

Journalists ages 22 to 38 can apply for a fellowship.​ Moment magazine organizes the Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Initiative to encourage reporters to write in-depth stories about deeply ingrained prejudices. The fellow receives US$5,000 to complete a reporting project as well as mentoring from experienced journalists. The final story from the project is published


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