We have trained over 277 journalists and campaigners from 77 countries. Our training focuses on learning the tools required to conduct effective investigations in to the activities of multinational companies, corruption, and other economic activities.
Finance Uncovered holds two 5-day training courses a year, in addition to shorter, bespoke trainings for organisations and newsrooms. We also host focused, story based workshops where participants come together to work on a specific investigation or theme.
Our flagship 5-day course
In our flagship 5-day course trainees are taught how to investigate corporate accounts, offshore activity and corporate corruption. Our training covers where to find documents, how to analyse them and other practical tools to help uncover financial secrecy.
A combination of guidance from senior practitioners and a workshop approach gives trainees the basis to investigate financial corruption as well as offering the opportunity to network with other journalists and activists.
Our next 5-day course will be held in London from 17th to 21st September 2018. Subsequent courses will be held in Jakarta in February 2019 and in London in November 2019.
Bursaries are available for journalists from the developing world and eastern Europe. Bursaries cover visa fees, travel, accommodation and per diems for food and travel in London. Due to the limited number of bursaries, applicants will be selected on their track record in investigative journalism. As we tend to be over-subscribed some candidates will be placed on a waiting list for our 2019 courses.
Western Journalists, Academics & Campaigners
Journalists from the UK and Europe are very welcome to apply. We charge a £650 course fee. This contributes towards Finance Uncovered administrative and editorial costs. For freelancers and journalists working for independent investigative centres, discounts are available.