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Applications Wanted for EU Investigative Journalism Award in Serbia

Applications are being invited for the Serbian part of the EU Investigative Journalism Awards in the Western Balkans and Turkey, which is being administered by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN Hub) and local partners.

Journalists selected for 2020 Fellowship

We are pleased to announce the names of the journalists chosen for this year’s Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence. Over the coming months, they will work on investigations, in-depth analysis and features on the theme of the Rule of Law.

Emergency Appeal for Journalism and Media Support in Response to the Covid-19 Crisis

To mark World Press Freedom Day on 3 May, BIRN joined more than 125 journalism support, media development, and press freedom organisations and networks making an emergency appeal for action, support, and assistance to journalism organisations and independent media during the COVID-19 crisis.

BIRN Wins Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Award

To mark World Press Freedom Day on Sunday, campaign group Reporters Without Borders Austria awarded the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network with its annual Press Freedom Award – A Signal for Europe.

Tech Giants Urged to Preserve Blocked Content About Virus

More than 70 organisations, including BIRN, have signed a letter urging tech companies to preserve all data on content removed in the pandemic, as it’s important for future research.

Coronavirus Story Grants

Reporting Democracy is inviting proposals for stories that reveal how the Covid-19 crisis is reshaping politics and society in Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe. Successful proposals will receive a grant of between 500 and 2,500 euros.

Survey: Reporting During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Journalists in Europe face intimidation, social networks are flooded with disinformation, media lack financial support – we want to hear from media workers about the challenges you are facing while reporting about the pandemic.

Digital Rights in the Time of COVID-19

BIRN and SHARE Foundation are bringing you the latest updates and cases of arbitrary arrests, surveillance, phone tapping, privacy breaches and other digital rights violations as countries of Central and Southeast Europe impose emergency legislation to combat the COVID-19 outbreak.

Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence: Evaluation Process Extended

Thank you to everyone who applied for this year’s Fellowship.

BIRN Staffer Given Award on International Women’s Day

Serbian feminist cultural centre BeFem on March 8 gave BIRN project coordinator Sofija Todorovic a feminist achievement award for 2019.

Calls Open for EU Investigative Journalism Award

Investigative stories published from January 1 to December 31, 2019, and related to freedom of expression, rule of law, transparency, abuse of power and fundamental rights, corruption and organised crime are welcome to apply.

Don’t Miss the March 10 Deadline to Apply to the Fellowship!

If you have an idea for a big story and want to report it to the highest standard, with top-notch editorial support and a generous expenses budget, apply for the Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence. The deadline for applications is March 10.

Fellowship Welcomes New Selection Committee Member

Wojciech Ciesla, a prominent Polish investigative journalist and editor, has joined the Selection Committee of the Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence, the flagship programme of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network and Erste Foundation.

In Their Own Words: Why Apply to This Year’s Fellowship?

As the March 10 deadline looms for applications to the Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence, we asked past participants why journalists should apply to this year’s programme.

Tips for a Strong Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence Application

Applications are now open for the 2020 edition of our flagship Fellowship programme. The deadline is March 10.

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