The Association of Court Reporters (AIS) was established in 2005 with the aim of improving communication between the media and the Court of Bosnia and Hezegovina. The Association is an informal group of court reporters who work for print and electronic media in Bosnia.
BIRN Kosovo launched its biweekly English-language newspaper, Prishtina Insight, in September 2008.
BIRN Kosovo produces a weekly current affairs programme ,Life in Kosovo”, which is the most watched current affairs program in Kosovo broadcast on Kosovo public television, RTK.
BIRN Kosovo's ,Justice in Kosovo” TV programme, which was launched in November 2010, focuses on the fields of justice, police and security reporting.
BIRN's Culture Watch webpage
– is home to news, analysis, features, investigations and opinion from BIRN's team of Culture Watch journalists.
BalkanInsight.com is a product of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) and is committed to providing balanced, fair, ethical and accurate reporting to the highest standards.
The Balkan Transitional Justice website, serves as the hub for the news, analysis and opinion articles from the Balkans that are produced for BIRN's Regional Reporting on Transitional Justice Issues programme.
The Justice Report Archive is a one-of-a-kind database of court reports, documents, articles and other material providing in-depth coverage and analysis of war crimes trials and related issues connected to the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
BIRN Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ‘TV Justice’ programme provides comprehensive coverage of war crime trials in front of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as visually present findings gathered during the court proceedings at the field of corruption, organized crime and terrorism.
The website of the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme, contains information on the Fellowship itself, participant’ biographies, Selection Committee members, news, and details of the topics addressed by the participants.
Pursuit for Justice explains the main differences between the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, and the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of BiH.
The second volume of Pursuit for Justice analyses key legal documents that regulate the processing of war crimes cases by the Court of BiH and the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
History Overshadowed by Trivia focuses on media reports on the arrest of Radovan Karadzic in five countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia.
History Over Trivia II: Regional and International Media Coverage of the First Year of the Radovan Karadizc Trial
For the production of the second volume of History over Trivia, BIRN BiH analysed one thousand articles published during the first year of the Radovan Karadzic trial.