Mary Raftery Journalism Fund announces seminar with the Irish Film Institute

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Following hugely successful events in 2014, 2015 and 2016, the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund is pleased to announce that it will once again partner with the Irish Film Institute for a day-long documentary film-making seminar, ‘Beyond Borders’. This year’s seminar

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund Bids To Co-Host The 2019 Global Investigative Journalism Conference

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The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund is delighted to submit a proposal to the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) to co-host the 2019 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Dublin. GIJN is an international association of nonprofit organisations that support, promote, and produce investigative journalism.

Refugee Crisis Media Fund Information Session

The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund, with the support of the Tony Ryan Trust, is hosting a special information session on the Refugee Crisis Media Fund, which is currently seeking applications from journalists and media professionals. The information session will take place between 11am – 1pm on Wednesday, 26th April in the

Journalism fund launched to support investigative reporting of the refugee crisis

NO REPRO FEE 27/2/2017 Pictured today at the launch of the Refugee Crisis Media Fund were Chairperson of the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund, David Waddell, left, Advisor to the Tony Ryan Trust, Emma Lane-Spollen, 2nd from right, Mary Raftery Journalism Fund Board Member and Judge, Sheila Ahern and Portfolio Manager with the One Foundation, Lye Ogunsanya. The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund has launched the Refugee Crisis Media Fund, with the support of the Tony Ryan Trust, at an event held at EPIC Ireland, The Irish Emigration Museum. The fund was established to provide support to journalists and media professionals who wish to investigate the refugee crisis in Europe and the impact of the arrival and integration of refugees in Ireland. For further information on the Refugee Crisis Media Fund and how to apply, visit www.maryrafteryfund.ie/apply. PHOTO: Mark Stedman

The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund (MRJF) has today (27.02.17) launched the Refugee Crisis Media Fund, with the support of the Tony Ryan Trust, at an event held at EPIC Ireland, The Irish Emigration Museum. The fund was established to provide

Investigations 2016 Podcasts

Investigations 2016

Following hugely successful events in 2014 and 2015, the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund once again partnered with the IFI for a day of screenings, masterclasses and debate. Investigations 2016 explored the challenges of bringing controversial, complex and often conflicting stories

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund announces details of ‘Investigative Documentary Filmmaking’ Seminar

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund announces details of ‘Investigative Documentary Filmmaking’ Seminar  MRJF in association with IFI /BAI / RTÉ /DCU “INVESTIGATIONS 2016” INSIDE THE WORLD OF INVESTIGATIVE DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING Irish Film Institute, Eustace St. Dublin 2 11.00 -17.00, Friday 14th

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund launches its Annual Review 2014 & 2015

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The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund is delighted to announce the launch of its Annual Review 2014 & 2015. The review highlights the key successes of the fund during this two year period. The full Annual  Review is available to download

Successful applicant of Mary Raftery Journalism Fund and Irish Times Bursary and Traineeship announced

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The need for strong investigative journalism has never been greater, according to the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund  (MRJF) which, today (28.07.16), announced Kildare native, Niall Sargent, as the successful awardee of the Fund’s Bursary and Traineeship in Investigative Journalism, in

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund launches Bursary and Traineeship in Investigative Journalism

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The need for strong and solid investigative journalism has never been greater, according to the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund  (MRJF) which, today (08.04.16,) announced a ‘Bursary & Traineeship in Investigative Journalism’ in collaboration with The Irish Times. The Bursary and

Mary Raftery Journalism Fund announces details of Ethics and Documentary Film-Making Seminar

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MRJF in association with IFI /BAI / RTÉ “ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLY?” DOCUMENTARY FILM MAKING: ETHICS. PLATFORMS. CHALLENGES. Irish Film Institute, Eustace St. Dublin 2 10.30-17.30, Friday 9th October 2015 “‘Are You Sitting Comfortably?’  Documentary Film Making: Ethics. Platforms. Challenges”