WASHINGTON – (December 21, 2011) The Board of Directors of the Fund for Investigative Journalism has awarded $34,000 in grants for seven independent investigative projects in the United States. The grants cover reporting expenses such as the cost of traveling to interview sources. The Fund’s grant-making program is made possible by support from the Gannett Foundation, the Ethics and Excellence ...

Washington City Paper features The Fund for Investigative Journalism as one of “Seventy local nonprofits that are worth your time and money,” in a special project with the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington. The Catalogue vetted and selected FIJ to be recognized as one of the best small nonprofits in the Washington DC region. FIJ is the first journalism organization to make the list. ...

Lakewood, New Jersey – As Hella Winston reports for The Jewish Week, “.. a Jewish religious tribunal operating as a kind of shadow justice system, adjudicating sexual abuse cases without the involvement of law enforcement… It is a world where victims and perpetrators alike are subjected to threats of social ostracism and, in some cases, physical harm for non-compliance with ...

2011 – As Hella Winston reports for The Jewish Week, “.. a Jewish religious tribunal operating as a kind of shadow justice system, adjudicating sexual abuse cases without the involvement of law enforcement… It is a world where victims and perpetrators alike are subjected to threats of social ostracism and, in some cases, physical harm for non-compliance with the ‘system.’ … ...