Eraldin Fazliu

Eraldin Fazliu is the editor-in-chief of Prishtina Insight. He has been working in journalism since 2015 covering mostly politics and social issues.

Eraldin completed his Master’s on ‘European Politics’ at the Masaryk University in the Czech Republic in 2014. Through his studies Eraldin became interested in the EU’s external policies, particularly in promotion of the rule of law externally.

Xheneta Murtezaj

Xheneta Murtezaj has been engaged as a journalist at since July 2018, initially as an intern, and within a few months was promoted to the position of Junior Journalist.

She has a Bachelor degree from the College of Mass Communication in Journalism from AAB College, and now she is now undertaking a Master degree in Public Administration and Diplomacy at AAB College.

Xheneta deals mainly with social issues and local governance, but reports widely across other sectors as well.

Viktor Berishaj

Viktor has been a Project Manager at BIRN Kosovo since January 2019, and has extensive knowledge in economics, sustainable development and culture, and experience of over ten years in these fields.

He finished his bachelor studies in banking, finance and accounting at the University of Pristina, and worked at ProCredit Bank Kosovo for four years, in the Back Office Department. He is a Master of Science in Economics candidate at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

He worked as a researcher at Balkan Green Foundation in Pristina, and as an independent consultant and analyzer of economic and environmental issues within and outside Kosovo. He is the research assistant to his mentor in Milan, and since January 2012, he has been the Executive Producer at Pristina International Festival ReMusica.

Tringa Rruka

Tringa graduated from the law school at the University of South East Europe in Tetovo, Macedonia.

She is close to obtaining a Master degree in civil law from the same university.

After her bachelor degree, she worked as an intern at a lawyer’s office. Since April 2018, Tringa has been working as a judicial monitor at the courts and public institutions in Kosovo for BIRN.

Rona Rushiti Begolli

Rona joined the staff of BIRN Kosovo in December 2018 as a Project Coordinator and Financial Analyst.

She completed Bachelor studies at the University of Pristina in the field of Banking, Finance and Accounting, and her Master studies in Leadership and Local Economic Development.

Currently she is attending MBA Studies at the University of Sheffield in General Management. Rona has 7 years experience in banking, which has allowed her to familiarize herself with different aspects of economics.

Luljeta Pacolli Paloja

Luljeta Pacolli-Paloja joined BIRN Kosovo team in March 2018 as an intern for Administration and Finance. She now works as an Administration and Finance Assistant.

She graduated from the Iliria College in Management and Informatics, and is close do graduating from the University of Pristina’s Faculty of Philology in Political Science.

Luljeta has worked for many years in various private companies, as an assistant to the finance office, accountant and as an administrative assistant.

Her hobby is wedding planning and decorations.

Liridona Ademaj

Liridona has been part of BIRN since July 2018 as a journalist.

She studied her Bachelor of Journalism at University of Pristina. Currently, Liridona is studying a Master of Journalism and Public Relations at the University of Pristina.

Before joining BIRN, she worked at the news agency KosovaPress.

Liridona mainly focuses on education in her journalistic work, primarily higher education.

Isa Vatovci

Isa Vatovci has been part of the team since September 2018.

He has a long experience as a journalist and has worked in several media. He graduated in the Faculty of Philology at the Department of Literature and Albanian Language. His specialty is culture, topics around inheritance and social issues.

Eve-Anne Travers

Eve-Anne has worked as a staff writer for Prishtina Insight since April 2018, after undertaking an internship with BIRN Kosovo in November 2017.

Eve-Anne was born and raised in Scotland, and came to Kosovo after graduating from university and taking a communications traineeship with the EU in Pristina.

Emirjeta Vllahiu

Emirjeta Vllahiu joined the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in July 2018. She was initially engaged as an intern and currently is a junior journalist at

She graduated with a degree in Journalism from the University of Pristina, and is now completing a Master of Journalism and Public Relations at the same university. Before joining BIRN, Emirjeta worked as a journalist at the online media organisation AktivPress.

She covers mainly political developments in the country, research on social topics, and daily news.

Emirjeta was awarded the “Annual Child Protection Award 2018” by the Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection (KOMF).