L'Espresso

Italy

Description

L'Espresso is a weekly Italian magazine on culture and politics founded in 1955, a benchmark for wide and relevant sectors of the public opinion in Italy. It has its central editorial office in Rome. In 2013 it had an average circulation of 239,000 copies.

Affiliated grantees

Funded projects

Demal Te Niew (Go and come back)

Demal Te Niew is an interactive web-documentary on return migration between Italy and Senegal that aims to present an alternative perspective on migration through data-journalism and a multi-media storytelling strategy.

Agritools – Crowdsourcing Stories on ICT for Agriculture in Africa

The project will crowdsource and map African ICT for agriculture initiatives.

Agritools – Green ICTs in African Lands

Agritools is a journalistic research project that aims to understand the real effects of the use of ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) in the field of agriculture, fisheries and livestock in Africa.

Mafia in Africa: How the Mafia Infiltrates the African Economy

The project investigates, maps, analyses and visualises Italian mafias’ investments and money laundering practices in Africa, and how has this changed precarious African economies and impacted communities.

Bolivia’s Everyday Water War

Bolivia's Everyday Water War is an interactive journey into the struggle of Bolivia's population against privatisations, state avoidance and climate change to fulfill to the most basic human need: water.