Edoardo Anziano (1999) is a freelance journalist and investigative reporter for IrpiMedia and Scomodo, the biggest under-25 Italian newspaper. He graduated in Philosophy at the University of Bologna. He’s now pursuing his MA in Journalism, Media and Globalisation at Aarhus University, Denmark and University of Amsterdam. He is registered as a professional journalist in Italy.
Jenni Elisabeth Christensen is an editor at the Danish regional media TV2 Nord which covers the northern part of Jutland. She is responsible for the daily news planning and production, and for the cooperation with TV2 Denmark. “Ever since I started working as a journalist in 2004, I have both covered and followed colleagues covering stories about asbestos, and the consequences it continues to have for the people working with it, as well as their families. I am very excited to join this important investigative project”.
Staffan Dahllöf, Investigative Reporting Denmark, is a freelance journalist working as a correspondent to Swedish media on Danish issues and to Scandinavian media on European affaires. He also teaches EU-reporting and takes an interest in transparency issues as a former co-editor of the Pan-European website wobbing.eu on journalism and access to information. Staffan Dahllöf is a senior correspondent at Investigative Reporting Denmark.
Nils Mulvad, Investigative Reporting Denmark, is coordinator of the Pesticides-project. He is a co-founder of the Global Network for Investigative Journalism and other international networks such as Farmsbusidy.org. He was CEO for the Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting 2001-2006. He is editor and partner at Kaas & Mulvad.
Katharine Quarmby, UK, is an experienced and award-winning journalist, writer and editor, with a background in investigative reporting and editing across broadcast, print and online. Management experience in online and magazine newsrooms, with board experience at government and nonprofits. Specialisms in collaborative and investigative journalism. She has worked for over a decade for BBC and other broadcasters and served in a variety of correspondent and associate editor roles for the Economist, Newsweek Europe and Prospect. She has been production and digital editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in UK.
Hrvoje Perica is a philosophy and art history student, who has occasionally worked in journalism since 2020. He has published with smaller student news outlets, and was an editor for a student magazine. He joined Oštro in January 2023.
Paolo Riva is a freelance journalist specialising in social issues, European affairs and agriculture, working between Brussels and Milan. His work has appeared in Corriere della sera, BBC World Service, IrpiMedia, Open Migration, Il Post, Il Foglio, Q Code Magazine and The Big Issue Zambia. Professionally, he grew up at the street magazine Scarp de’ tenis and at the Casa della Carità, an NGO in Milan.
Krzysztof Story, Poland, journalist for a weekly magazine “Tygodnik Powszechny”. Previously published by i.a. “Gazeta Wyborcza”, “Newsweek”. Except investigative journalist main interests are: climate change and mental healthcare system. He is part of the VSquare-team. Part-time traveller, climber and mountaineer. Based in Cracow, Poland.
Matej Zwitter, Slovenia, a qualified engineer who strayed into the domain of journalism. He started his career at Radio Student where he still contributes to the programme on the economy. He was the editor of the news desk on current politics for two years and pursued further education by attending courses abroad. He is fascinated by the economy – from micro fraudulences to the macro phenomena. In 2018, he was conferred the Debutant Watchdog Award by the Slovene Association of Journalists.