Eurasia / Former USSR

Leap: ICFJ's News Innovation Lab

ICFJ’s goal is to identify the most pressing challenges affecting journalism and its mission to serve the public. Addressing those challenges requires creativity – and the time and support to think innovatively. That’s where ICFJ’s Leap news innovation program comes in.

Leap: ICFJ's News Innovation Lab

ICFJ’s goal is to identify the most pressing challenges affecting journalism and its mission to serve the public. Addressing those challenges requires creativity – and the time and support to think innovatively. That’s where ICFJ’s Leap news innovation program comes in.

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Supporting Investigative Journalists in Georgia

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Supporting Investigative Journalists in Georgia is a 12-month program will equip Georgian journalists with investigative journalism skills and experience to ultimately strengthen Georgia’s media landscape and will help sustain the country’s investigative journalism ecosystem to promote a democracy that supports government accountability.
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Strengthening Journalism Education in Georgia

With the support of the United States Embassy in Tbilisi, the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is partnering with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the Arizona State University (ASU) to equip Georgian media educators with the resources, skills, knowledge, and connections needed to strengthen their pedagogical approach and empower the next generation of Georgian journalists to advance a free and vibrant media.  

Hans Staiger Investigative Reporting Award

Journalists in the global network of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) are invited to apply for the Hans Staiger Investigative Reporting Award to pursue an investigative project of their choosing. Applicants should submit a project idea that seeks to uncover hidden truths, expose wrongdoing, and reveal information that holds the powerful to account.

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2020 First Hundred Days Reporting Program

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) with support from U.S. Embassy posts around the globe will host nine international journalists to train them on campaign elections and American politics. Through the program, reporters learn from experts in the lead-up to the up to the U.S. presidential election and receive mentorship from American counterparts.