Reporters United is a network of reporters aiming to support investigative journalism in Greece, collaborate in cross-border investigations with international journalists and media, and publish stories that often struggle to find their place in the Greek press.
Reporters United in 25 questions and answers
Great Expectations: An introduction to R•U
Reporters United: A provisional appraisal
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Too much of a good thing? Wind power and the battle for Greece’s wild heart
The Energy Charter Treaty: How shadow courts could prolong Europe’s fossil age
Reporters United’s funding policy in 53 words: We do not accept money from the state and corporations, from the EU Commission and big foreign governments. Likewise, we do not accept funding from foundations, Greek or international, if they dominate public life. Furthermore the network’s reporters are bound by rules on conflicts of interest.
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It is our strategy to build partnerships with organisations inside and outside of journalism in Greece and abroad as the challenges of journalism today go far beyond the capacity of the traditional reporter. We have already begun several official collaborations with technologists, lawyers, cross-border journalism networks, organizations that promote transparency and accountability in order to tackle ad hoc issues that have to do with our development and our goals.
Reporters United aims to produce and publish investigative journalism in Greece and internationally, when possible in partnerships with international media. Here’s a list of some of the news outlets we have worked with during 2020.