Annual and Financial Reports – BIRN Kosovo
The Annual Reports provide an overview of BIRN Kosovo's activities throughout the given year. The Financial Reports contain data on BIRN’s finances during a year as audited by an external certified auditor.
Report: Pandemic For Digital Rights
The latest report published by BIRN and Share Foundation sheds further light on the trends in digital rights violations in Central and Southeastern Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BIRN Albania Publishes Report on Internet Governance
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Albania has published a report entitled ‘Internet Governance in Albania and its Role in Media Freedom’.
Media Reporting on Corruption
Organised crime and corruption are regular topics in the Serbian media, but BIRN Serbia’s monitoring, carried out in cooperation with the Centre for Judicial Research (CEPRIS) NGO shows that only a small number of articles reported on the court cases, indicating that the media often do not follow such cases to their judicial conclusion.
Democracy after Coronavirus
Reporting Democracy’s first annual trends report shows that democracies in Central and Southeast Europe need intensive care to survive an unprecedented time of crisis.
Report: From Cures to Curses, Digital Rights During Pandemic
From January 26 to May 26, 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic in Central and Southeastern Europe, the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, and SHARE Foundation uncovered 163 cases of digital rights breaches in Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Romania and North Macedonia, of which 68 were linked to manipulations in the digital environment, while 25 were related to publishing falsehoods and unverified information with the intention to damage the victims’ reputation.
BIRN Investigative Resource Desk
BIRN Investigative Resource Desk (B.I.R.D.) is an innovative interactive platform created for journalists who want to keep up-to-date with the fast-changing world of technology without sacrificing their ethics or the standards of professional journalism.
BIRN Database Shows Bosnia Pays Dear for Officials’ Limos
Unique database compiled over months shows how the cash-strapped country spends millions of euros a year on pricey limousines for government officials.
Western Balkans Have Yet to Embrace Freedom of Information
Liberal-sounding access to information laws – vital for a free media – have yet to bring real transparency to the traditionally secretive countries of the Balkan region, a BIRN report shows.
BIRN Kosovo, Democracy Plus, Publish New Report on Kosovo Tax Office
The 2019 monitoring report on the Kosovo Tax Administration, TAK, from BIRN Kosovo and Democracy Plus concludes that most of the recommendations from the previous year’s report were fulfilled but also identifies numerous other management and disciplinary problems within the institution.
BIRN Albania Launches ‘Urban Renaissance’ Database
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Albania on December 19 published its comprehensive database of the Urban Renaissance projects financed from 2014 until 2017 by the country’s centre-left government through the Fund for the Development of Regions.
BIRN Launches Updated Map of Balkan War Crime Verdicts
BIRN has published an updated and improved version of its War Crimes Verdicts Map, an interactive tool that offers an overview of hundreds of court rulings on the crimes committed during the 1990s wars in the former Yugoslavia.
New Report Examines Gender Justice in Post-Yugoslav States
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network and Impunity Watch are launching a new report examining gender equality, transitional justice and the role of the international community in former Yugoslav states.
Annual and Audit Reports – BIRN Hub
The Annual Reports provide an overview of BIRN Hub’s activities throughout the given year. The Audit Reports contain data on BIRN’s finances during a year as audited by an external certified auditor.
Court Monitoring Report 2018
A new report by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network monitored courts and prosecutors in Kosovo and found they are still failing to get adequate results in the fight against corruption.