El Orden Mundial
El Orden Mundial is the most read international affairs website in Spanish. Founded in 2017, EOM combines the accessible language of journalism with the insights of academia to help our readers understand the impact of global events in their daily life. Our work comprises both thorough analysis and light explanatory pieces, backed by maps and graphics.
Sonar Europe is a joint project of Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland), Le Soir (Belgium), Le Figaro (France) and El País (Spain), launched in 2019. Within the framework of this project, the editorial teams involved in it prepare data-driven journalistic content presenting various issues affecting the countries of the European Union.
iMEdD is a Greek non-profit organization founded in 2018 with the exclusive donation of Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Its mission is to support and promote transparency, credibility, and independence in journalism on the grounds of securing meritocracy and excellence in the field. The Lab is iMEdD’s content production division, which publishes original interactive investigative and data-driven stories.
Sheldon.studio is the first studio that focuses on the design of informative- experiences: projects that tend to decrease the distance between reality and perception, highly immersive experiences capable of informing an audience on complex and multifaceted topics. The newborn studio is funded by a group of professionals and academics to bridge the gap between industry and university, giving particular importance to the world of public institutions, social and third-sector entrepreneurship. Sheldon.studio is based in Bolzano/Bozen, Italy.
The Mediterranean Institute for Investigative Reporting (MIIR) is a non profit organization that was founded in January 2019 with the aim of contributing towards the creation of an investigative journalism ecosystem in Greece as well as the wider area of the Mediterranean.
At the core of its philosophy lie the principles and ethics of independent, speaking-truth-to-power journalism. Transparency, co-operation, interaction and an approach of constant education both of journalists and the public, are fundamental elements of its organization.
The mission of the openpolis foundation is to promote free access to data and information, in order to improve the culture of transparency and democratic participation. This mission means collecting relevant data concerning democracy and information, in order to build a freely accessible data patrimony capable of producing and distributing data-based information.
We analyze data regarding power, politics, economy, territories and local communities. We believe in increasing public awareness on data use, in order to create data-knowledgeable communities. We see technology and data as digital commons. We monitor political power, analyzing traditional institutions and new actors. We think, design, develop and manage data oriented ICT platforms in order to produce information, tell stories, carry out investigations and improve public awareness on specific matters.
The Civio Foundation is an independent, non-profit watchdog and news organisation based in Spain that develops impactful journalism projects in the public interest, focusing on public policies and their impact on citizens.
Fondation EURACTIV is a think-and-do-tank dedicated to fostering a healthy media community in Europe. It was set up in 2004 as a ‘Fondation d’Utilité Publique’ under Belgian law. We aim in particular to support a healthy media sector by fostering a more proactive EU media policy, advocate for media independence, media pluralism and language diversity in Europe, support media coverage of EU policy both at a national and local level, and promote media innovation projects for media and related stakeholders.