Opinion Article: “The watchdogs and their pens”

38 professional journalists have been murdered since January 2021 and 357 are in prison. 4 citizen journalists and 4 media assistants were also killed, while 101 and 22 respectively are currently ...

iMEdD LAb: ICIJ and the Pandora Papers

The Director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), Gerard Rule, from iMEdD’s office in Athens, presents the work of the ICIJ, talks about the largest investigation in ...


The availability and quality of care, as well as questions of access and ethics, were central themes of the live Dialogues webcast.

iMEdD Journalism Forum 2022: A Matter of Trust

Is journalism still relevant and necessary? What kind of journalism do we want? How can we regain the public's trust?


Setting the backdrop for this 47th Dialogues discussion was the testimony by a former Facebook product manager turned whistleblower that the company puts profits over safety, highlighting the urgent ...

Opinion Article: “The discovery of information”

Written by Kelly Kiki, Project Manager iMEdD Lab, Data Journalist With a simple Google search for the term “data journalism”, one can easily find the basic widely reproduced information ...

Ideas zone Talks: The story behind the Prize.

A series of inspirational talks with the European Press Prize laureates, revolving around their awarded story or project.

Professor Niki Evelpidou on heavy rainfall in burnt areas.

From fires, to floods, to soil erosion and desertification, professor Niki Evelpidou explains what happens when we have heavy rainfall in burnt areas.

iMEdD becomes a member in the European Press Prize .

iMEdD became a funding member for the European Press Prize, an institution formed in 2012 by representatives of seven independent esteemed media-owning foundations in Europe.

The Graphic Journalism workshop is over.

A week dedicated to how image and word can be combined to create a story.