Seventeen journalists from local media in Pristina took part in a training session on reporting on cases of violent extremism on December 10, organised by BIRN Kosovo and held at the Student Centre in Kosovo’s capital.
On Tuesday, December 10, in the Municipality of South Mitrovica, BIRN Kosovo held the fifth of its series of debates discussing the findings of its audit report monitoring project, which analyzes reports published by the National Audit Office on Kosovo’s municipalities.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, held a workshop with local journalists in Kosovo on reporting on energy efficiency and environmental issues on December 7.
The first awards ceremony recognising environmental reporting in Kosovo saw three stories given prizes, all of which were supported by BIRN.
BIRN Kosovo and Democracy Plus (D+), with the support of the British embassy in Pristina, held a roundtable discussion on December 2 about a monitoring report produced by the two organisations on the integrity of Kosovo’s Tax Administration, TAK.
BIRN Kosovo held the fourth of its series of debates discussing the findings of its audit report monitoring project on November 29 in the municipality of Malisheva.
BIRN Kosovo has launched a database to help channel aid pledged and collected in Kosovo and elsewhere to families who suffered during the earthquake that hit Albania on Tuesday.
BIRN Kosovo conducted a two-day training course on fact-checking standards with nearly 50 journalism students from AAB College and the University for Business and Technology (UBT) in Pristina on November 26 and 27.
BIRN Kosovo held a training session with the General Auditor and staff from the National Audit Office (NAO) on November 25 entitled ‘Improving Cooperation Between the NAO and the General Public Through Social Networks’.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Kosovo held a training workshop on fact-checking and professional standards in journalism for local media in the Prizren region on November 19.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Kosovo held a training course on November 8 about fact-checking standards for local media in the municipality of Ferizaj as part of the ‘Fact-Checking for Accountable Media’ project.
The EU Awards for investigative journalism in the Western Balkans and Turkey 2018 cycle closed in Pristina, where three journalists won awards for their stories on Wednesday.
BIRN Kosovo on October 30 provided training to journalists on monitoring, fact-checking and reporting on day-to-day issues related to public finances in Kosovo.
Twenty-one students from Kosovo’s Ferizaj municipality took part in a training course on media law and extremism organised by BIRN Kosovo on October 28.
Discussion of compliance with reports issued by Auditor General confirmed that country’s municipalities are lagging behind.