Belgium and the Netherlands
- International Investigative Journalism Program
Journalism Fund, the Organization of Investigative Journalists (VVOJ) and Thomas More Mechelen have established the International Research Journalism Program.
IRJ provides teaching and training by experienced reporters and experts. It focuses on investigative cross-border journalism and how to publish international investigative collaborations.
- Kaas & Mulvad
Tommy Kaas and Nils Mulvad founded Kaas & Mulvad in 2007. Their organization collects, analyzes and presents data for journalism purposes. They also teach and give presentations on data reporting.
- Danish School of Media and Journalism
The Danish School of Media and Journalism provides investigative courses and is working on a new investigative program.
- DW Akademie
The Deutsche Welle Akademie has a three-tier mission. They promote free and transparent media across the globe, provide training and have a masters degree in International Media Studies.
- The University of Georgia
The School of Social Sciences at the University of Georgia runs the Journalism Program, with more than 300 students from all over the country. It is the most demanded educational program with a focus on investigative reporting.
- Central European University
The Center for Media, Data and Society at CEU organizes various training and research programs related to data and journalism. CMD also provides consultancy, legal training and online courses.
- University College Dublin
UCD has a data journalism professional certificate program at its School of Information and Communication Studies.
- Internews Kyrgystan
“Within the last two years, the office of Internews Network in Kyrgyzstan pays great attention to new media development, providing trainings to the journalists and young media people in Bishkek and regions of the country.”
- Stockholm School of Economics Riga Centre for Media Studies
SSE Riga has a Media Management Program aimed to “help people who have launched or who direct independent news media outlets to develop sustainable business models.”
The university’s Centre for Media Studies is aimed at supporting education and research in Baltic media.
- Norwegian Union of Journalists
The Norwegian journalism union provides training and workshops besides assistance with salary, employment, legal rights and freedom of speech.
- Higher School of Economics
Moscow’s Higher School of Economics has a data journalism master’s program, Russia’s first dedicated data journalism degree.
- Institute for Press Development Siberia
Sibirp provides training for journalists and citizens in Siberia. They have a page with training materials in Russian.
- Institute of Regional Press
The Institute of Regional Press is “intended for journalists (mainly the North-West of Russia). They conduct awareness-raising training and seminars to improve professional skills”
- Team 29
Team 29 is a Russian-based organization that provides legal protection and training for journalists.
“Our lawyers represent the interests of those who were unfairly accused of high treason, disclosure of state secrets, and espionage and protect editions who are being prevented from writing the truth about officials and the state.
Our journalists talk about how to survive in modern Russia. We wrote advice on how to behave during a search and questioning, how to extract information from government databases and how to protect data.”
- University of Neuchâtel
The College of Journalism and Media features investigative and data courses.
- The Center for Investigative Journalism
The Center for Investigative Journalism offers courses and training in the U.K. and internationally at universities and NGOs. Their courses focus on “database journalism and Computer Assisted Reporting (CAR), advanced internet research, digital security and online anonymity, forensic accounting and financial document analysis, investigating offshore accounts and tax havens, using the Freedom of Information, hypothesis-based investigative writing and story-building, libel and privacy law, and covert recording.”
- The Regional Press Development Institute
“RPDI has become a leading Ukrainian NGO supporting investigative journalism in Ukraine and maintaining the network of committed investigative reporters. Since 2007 it has conducted numerous investigative journalism trainings: basic and advanced levels, and special topics (abuse in land issues, environment, public procurement) for more than 550 journalists and follow-up assistance to investigations, as well as six annual all-Ukrainian investigative journalism conferences in 2008-2014 attended by 50-150 Ukrainian reporters each.”
- Institute for Mass Information
The Ukranian Institute for Mass Information provides training as part of its mission to “facilitate development of the socially responsible journalism and improvement of media literacy.”
IMI Media Guides (Russian):
- Internews Ukraine
“Internews-Ukraine activities aim at the development of independent and pluralistic media in Ukraine, raising the standards of journalists, improving the legislative framework that governs media relations, developing new media, establishing effective communication between mass media, public organizations and authorities, supporting European integration processes, the development of democracy and the foundations of civil society. The mission of the organization is to establish European values in Ukraine through the establishment of successful media.”
- Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law
The Centre for Democracy organizes different media educational programs for journalists and public activists