30 / 11 / 2022

Solomon awards €4,000 to 2 investigative projects in Greece

Unveiling the results of Solomon's "The food we eat" support scheme for investigative projects on food systems in Greece.



After receiving and evaluating a bunch of great ideas submitted by media professionals from Greece and abroad, our team is pleased to announce the results of the latest call “The food we eat” for the support of two journalists who wish to research issues related to food systems.

The two successful projects, chosen under Solomon’s Investigation Support Scheme call, were:

  • An investigation by journalist Georgia Anagnou on the role of renewable energy sources in agricultural production in Thessaly, Greece.
  • An investigation by journalist Moira Lavelle on the growth and operation of food delivery companies in Greece.

The support to the two journalists includes:

  • two grants of 1,000 EUR each,
  • costs of up to 1,000 EUR for the needs of the investigation,
  • editorial support from our team throughout the project.

Over the next months, the two journalists will work closely with Solomon’s editorial team. We look forward to sharing with you the results of their investigations.

Who funds the investigations?

This support scheme for journalists for research on food systems receives funding from the European Union through the Christliche Initiative Romero e.V. (CIR), in the context of Solomon’s participation in the international campaign “Our food. Our future”.

Solomon has a strict policy on editorial independence, and we are grateful to our funders, partners, and readers for allowing us to remain so.

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