We have installed a new mailing list for questions around farmsubsidy.org as well as general discussions around the CAP.
You can now find short instructions for the usage of the different EU member state subsidy websites on the country pages of Farmsubsidy.org.
The EU Commission will publish the latest farm subsidy data for the fiscal year 2014 on April 30th 2015.
There will be a hackday ahead of the Dataharvest 2015 conference in Brussels on Thursday May 7th where we will have a look at the latest farm subsidy data from EU commission to be published on April 30th.
Farmsubsidy.org estimates that fewer than one in ten beneficiaries of EU farm subsidies has been published this year. The total value of payments published is €22 billion, or 45 per cent of the annual CAP budget of €54 billion.
New funding secures farmsubsidy.org’s future as a data journalism project for the next two years.
We’re calling for new rules to increase transparency in farm subsidies. Will you add your voice to our campaign?
For the third year running, an international group of journalists, transparency activists and computer programmers gathered in Brussels for three days
Revelations by an Austrian investigative journalist have shaken the Austrian farming and political establishments.
The farmsubsidy.org network has agreed a common position on a future transparency regime for the common agricultural policy.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the current system of publishing farm subsidy data is ‘invalid’. Farmsubsidy.org’s founders give their initial reaction.
Analysis showing how the European Union Agriculture Council is dominated by farmers, farm lobbyists and agribusiness at the expense of the rest of society.
An investigation by two members of the farmsubsidy.org network has triggered a criminal investigation of misuses of EU funds by a former Bulgarian minister of agriculture.