BIRN Hub Fellows’ stories are published by BIRN’s Balkan Insight and Reporting Democracy platforms and disseminated widely through our network of media partners in all local languages as well as in English and German.
BIRN Hub Exposing wrongdoings of public institutions, public or private companies, and individuals, through multimedia investigations, in-depth analysis of institutions’ openness to freedom of information requests, and the establishment of an online database.
BIRN Hub The aim of this project is to strengthen the editorial independence of the media, enabling them to provide citizens with a more diverse range of content, thus encouraging open, informed and active discussion amongst audiences in the six Western Balkans countries.
BIRN Hub The project aims to strengthen investigative reporting capacities and public interest in topics related to environmental protection in Montenegro.
BIRN Hub Reporting Democracy is a cross-border journalistic platform dedicated to exploring where democracy is headed across large parts of Europe.
BIRN Hub The project aims to provide accurate information about digital threats, monitor changes, raise awareness and issue policy recommendations.
BIRN Hub The overall objective of the project is to provide structural support to media freedom and media integrity in the Western Balkans and Turkey.
BIRN Hub The purpose of the Technical Assistance programme is to support the national public service media (PSM) of the Western Balkans in the development of long-term reform strategies for better management, accountability and financial sustainability.
BIRN Hub Resonant Voices Initiative (RVI) is a network of journalists, activists, and community leaders who challenge dangerous messages online, map online radicalisation trends, and provides training, mentoring, and technical support to counternarrative campaigns.
BIRN Hub The BIRN Summer School of Investigative Reporting works to enhance the reporting skills and journalistic standards of journalists from the Balkans and beyond, training 20 journalists from the Balkan region and 10 international journalists each year.