Year awarded: 2022Period: 3 yearsAmount awarded: $375,000Purpose: General Operating Support
Year awarded: 2022Period: 2 yearsAmount awarded: $48,240Purpose: Investigative Practice for Latin AmericaNotes: CIJ is working with Latin American partners Fundación Gabo and Centro Latinoamericano de Investigación Periodistica (CLIP), to conduct a series of trainings that taught digital tools for investigations by experts. With this grant CIJ will scale up the program in both numbers and quality and revamp the program and make these trainings more robust and continuous.
Year awarded: 2021Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $42,642Purpose: Investigative Practice for Latin AmericaNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy
Year awarded: 2021Period: 2 yearsAmount awarded: $253,764Purpose: The Source Protection ProgrammeNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy. The Source Protection Programme (SPP), an exciting new training programme designed to address persistent failings by news organisations and journalists to protect their sources and whistleblowers. It emerges organically from the ethos and activity of the CIJ Logan Programme and Symposia. A successful pilot took place in May-June 2021 involving 30 of the world’s leading investigative reporters.
Year awarded: 2019Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $386,273Purpose: General Operating SupportNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy
Year awarded: 2019Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $231,750Purpose: Solidarité – The Fourth CIJ Logan SymposiumNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy. The CIJ Logan programme is a unique initiative which brings together public interest investigators, “white hat” hackers, whistleblowers technologists, journalists and artists to think about ways to challenge power and build alliances to combat official deceit, surveillance and censorship. The project is unique in bringing together courageous journalists, investigators and doers from a variety of different ideological positions across national and disciplinary borders to work together in the service of freedom and democracy. Part of this grant was not paid. During the pandemic, CIJ’s Logan Symposium went virtual and existing funds covered the costs of the virtual event. Originally awarded $309,000.
Year awarded: 2018Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $128,750Purpose: General Operating SupportNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy
Year awarded: 2018Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $154,500Purpose: Logan Talk and SymposiumNotes: Fiscal Sponsor: NEO Philanthropy, CIJ’s 2018 Logan Talk and Symposium, “Conspiracy”, brought together a unique community of investigative journalists, whistleblowers, hackers, artists and experts to challenge power and reinvigorate the field of investigative journalism. The symposium featured a packed program of talks, workshops, documentary film screenings and a brand-new exhibition of artworks, specially commissioned installations and agitprop.