Work continues on BIRN's documentary film project, which explores the regional context for, and consequences of, determining Kosovo's final status.
BIRN was a guest at a regional investigative journalism conference in Budapest on 27-30 October.
The findings of a major investigative report in the September 30 launch issue of Balkan Insight received important confirmation last week, as an official investigation began into six employees of the Serbian interior ministry and three former policemen.
A discussion on Kosovo's future at St Antony's College, Oxford University, opened on 8 December with a screening of the first debate in BIRN’s "Life in Kosovo" TV series, in which a number of high profile politicians answered citizens’ questions on final status negotiations.
The Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo has generously provided BIRN BiH with funding to launch the next phase of its Justice Project.
BIRN BiH will this month publish its manual on the War Crimes Chamber in Sarajevo.
As part of BIRN's development strategy to achieve sustainability by generating income from some elements of its editorial output, Development and Editorial Director Gordana Igric was invited to attend a one-week business plan course organised by the Media Development Loan Fund, MDLF, from 21-26 November.
The final edit of BIRN’s documentary film on the regional context for Kosovo status negotiations is now complete.
A documentary reflecting the concerns and hopes of Balkan citizens on the eve of crucial talks over the final status of Kosovo is to be screened at the Front Line Club in London on January 9.
A BIRN Kosovo TV debate aired on January 18 saw police and other public officials argue vigorously with local journalists on the issue of recently increased violence against the latter.