Albina joined the BIRN BiH Justice Report team in September 2010. She has worked as a journalist since 2004.
With a strong background in civil society, Albulena Sadiku has experience in capacity building, election monitoring and local government.
Aleksandar Đorđevic has worked as a journalist since 2009, mainly covering politics and public finance.
Amer joined the BIRN Justice Report team in 2010. He started his career in journalism in 2006.
Amila joined BIRN BiH in 2008 as an administrative and finance officer.
Ana Novaković is a journalist from Serbia with experience in electronic and print media.
Ana Petruseva is an experienced journalist and one of the founders of the BIRN regional network and BIRN Macedonia.
Anisa is the director of BIRN's Bosnia and Herzegovina office in Sarajevo.
Having fostered a passion for Information Technology since the age of nine, Arian Hyseni is accustomed to putting to use the latest innovations in the field.
Astrit Perani joined the BIRN team in January 2008 as a cameraman and video editor for the Life in Kosovo and Justice in Kosovo TV programmes.
Besar has extensive experience in journalism, having worked in print, television and electronic media in both the US and Albania since 2003.
Bojana Barlovac has been Serbia correspondent for BIRN's flagship website Balkan Insight since 2009.
Boris Pavelić has been working full time as a journalist for the independent daily Novi list in Rijeka, Croatia, since 2000.
Born and raised in New Jersey but a regular visitor to Belgrade throughout his childhood, David has had his ear to the streets and eyes on the nightlight of the Serbian capital ever since his mother started letting him stay out after midnight.
Denis joined BIRN BiH in August 2008, and is now the deputy editor for the Justice Report project and a journalist for the Balkan Transitional Justice project.