The latest issue of BIRN’s newspaper Belgrade Insight, published on Friday, is the first Serbian publication to join global celebrations of LGBT Pride Month.
BIRN’s English-language newspaper Belgrade Insight has made its first appearance at the Belgrade Book Fair in the Serbian capital this week, joining the many other media outlets exhibiting as part of the event’s Media Market.
The fourth issue of the Political Trends and Dynamics briefing, produced jointly by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung South East Europe and BIRN Consultancy, has been published.
BIRN Consultancy has begun producing a new bi-monthly political, security and socio-economic review of regional developments in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
The new website of BIRN Consultancy has been launched as part of the effort to continue developing the consulting arm of BIRN Ltd.
The Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia provided support for BIRN’s Belgrade Insight starting in September 2016 as part of the annual assistance it provides for local media outlets through open call for proposals.
Over 150 guests joined BIRN in marking the 200th issue of Belgrade Insight at a commemorative party on top of the USCE Tower in Belgrade on Thursday, February 18th.
Belgrade’s only English-language newspaper is marking anniversary with special issue and party.
Distribution of Belgrade Insight has been stopped at Belgrade airport and at Tourist Organisation of Belgrade centres – in what appears a continuation of the government-led campaign against BIRN.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network worked with forumZFD – the German Forum Civil Peace Service – to jointly respond to the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights’ call for project proposals.
BIRN was commissioned by the Grantmakers East Group, GEG, to monitor and report on its 11th annual meeting, held October 18-20 in Belgrade.