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All results totalling $135,800
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Project Title: Strengthening Investigative Reporting on Democracy and Human Rights
Organization Name: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
Project Region: Asia
Project Country: Philippines
Project Focus: Freedom of Information
Description: To strengthen the media's role in fostering transparency and accountability through investigative journalism. The organization will conduct trainings to develop journalists' understanding of policies related to human rights, access to information, and democratic governance as well as sharpen their skills to undertake investigative reporting on these issues. Participants will follow up by producing in-depth stories on a range of democracy-related issues. The organization will also develop its own series of investigative reports on human rights and government policies.
Year: 2017
Award Amount: $60,800
Project Title: Investigative Journalism to Strengthen the Public Discourse on Democracy and Human Rights
Organization Name: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
Project Region: Asia
Project Country: Philippines
Project Focus: Freedom of Information
Description: To bolster the media's ability to promote transparency and accountability and strengthen public discourse on democracy and human rights through investigative journalism. The organization will produce investigative reports on democracy and rights issues; organize public forums to deepen discussions on the topics of the reports; and conduct trainings to develop journalists' understanding of policies related to human rights, democratic governance, and impunity as well as sharpen their skills to undertake investigative reporting on these issues.
Year: 2018
Award Amount: $75,000