During April 2013, Justice in Kosovo reported that a number of sentenced persons that were meant to suffer the sentence were transported illegally and were not sent to the correction center. The suspicions were raised after they found out that the court has no evidence that they were accepted in the correction center. Two months after this report, Justice in Kosovo found out that the Kosovo Judicial Council asked the Correction Service to verify if they were accepted or not in the correction center. From this verification it was found out that around 50 sentenced persons were not accepted in the correction center.
On July 21, Justice in Kosovo discussed about how the judge Elmaze Fazliu ended a case in one day where the head of ,Croatia Sigurim”, Gresa Shabani, was accused.
Kosovo Correction Service, which is supervised by the Ministry of Justice, submitted in the Basic Courts a list with the names of approximately 350 prisoners who will benefit from the Amnesty Law. Many of those that were sentenced, accused and were under investigations were in that list, but the heads of the judicial system in Kosovo are not to approve all of those. Part of this list were also some high-profile cases like Enver Sekiraqa, Faton Hajrizi, Nazmi Mustafi, Zarko Veselinovic.
The Annual Financial Report provides an overview of BIRN Kosovo financial activities during 2012.
BIRN Kosovo has followed up its 2010 survey of textbooks for primary school pupils in Kosovo to see if its suggested amendments have been incorporated or not.
Follow the Paper Trail, a guide to document-based journalism in Kosovo, explains relevant laws, access to public documents, how to publish safely, where to find databases on investigative journalism, and how to locate documents online through various search engines.
The Justice Report magazine is distributed weekly as a newsletter in both English and local languages.
The Annual Report provides an overview of BIRN activities during 2012, its achievements and challenges and plans for the upcoming year.
The publication brings an overview of the coverage of the arrest and the beginning of the trial of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Balkan media.
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.