Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) Kosovo and Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) published the report titled “Panic Selling: Assessing the main challenges and deficiencies of Kosovo's privatization".
Journalists from BIRN Kosovo’s ‘Justice in Kosovo’ and Gazeta Jeta ne Kosove were awarded top prizes at the Annual Journalistic Awards in Pristina on January 15.
BIRN’s ‘Justice in Kosovo’ (‘Drejtësia në Kosovë’) TV programme and Life in Kosovo (Jeta në Kosovë) newspaper won awards for anti-corruption investigations on the international day against corruption.
Only four of 16 agreements between Belgrade and Prishtina reached in Brussels since 2011 have been fully implemented, shows the most recent report by BIG DEAL, a civic oversight initiative on the Kosovo-Serbia negotiations. It is the same number as observed in the previous report six months ago.
A Pristina court rules the prime minister’s office must make travel expense documents public after three-year legal battle for access.
Several Bosnian TV stations, including the region’s CNN affiliate N1 and over 30 online media outlets, reported on BIRN’s conference on media freedom challenges in the Balkans held last week.
The BIRN network celebrated its 10th anniversary from June 12th to 14th with a regional media conference in the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, followed by series of team building events, meetings and workshops on Mt Vlasic, some two hours’ drive away.
The European Policy Center (EPC) gathered authors of the “Big Deal” report, which exclusively talks about implementation of Kosovo-Serbia dialogue.
BIRN's new documentary, which investigates the Serbian commanders responsible for some of the worst attacks of the Kosovo war, was screened for the first time in Pristina.
BIRN Kosovo monitoring of public procurement for 2014.
BIRN Journalists win UNDP awards for war against corruption and KOMF award for best report on children rights
BIRN journalists Parim Olluri and Petrit Collaku were awarded the first prize for an online story by the United Nations Development Programme and the Journalists Association of Kosovo.
“Civilsed Monotony,” a new report on the implementation of Kosovo-Serbia agreements was launched today in Prishtina.
On October 21, 2014 “Justice in Kosovo” broadcasted the investigation presenting facts that the branch of Basic Court of Gjakova, in Malisheva was incapable to execute a verdict released in 2009.
On October 12, 2014 Justice in Kosovo debated regarding the extension of the mandate of three international judges of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo.