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BIRN Macedonia Holds Fourth Training for Young Journalists

BIRN Macedonia Holds Fourth Training for Young Journalists

The fourth in a year-long series of training courses for a dozen young journalists took place from April 12-14 in Strumica, North Macedonia.
BIRN Macedonia Holds Third Training for Young Journalists

BIRN Macedonia Holds Third Training for Young Journalists

The third in a year-long series of training courses for a dozen young journalists took place from February 23-25 in Berovo, North Macedonia.
BIRN Macedonia Launches Media Ownership Monitor Database

BIRN Macedonia Launches Media Ownership Monitor Database

The Media Ownership Monitor (MOM) database for North Macedonia, with information about 11 television channels, five radio stations, 13 online media outlets and five newspapers, was launched in Skopje on December 14 by the non-governmental organisation Global Media Register, GMR and BIRN Macedonia.
BIRN Macedonia Holds Second Training for Young Journalists

BIRN Macedonia Holds Second Training for Young Journalists

The second training in a year-long series of trainings for a dozen young journalists took place on November 24-26 in Veles, North Macedonia.
BIRN Macedonia Starts Investigative Journalism Training Program

BIRN Macedonia Starts Investigative Journalism Training Program

BIRN Macedonia started a series of trainings for 12 young journalists. The training started with a three-day course held between September 29 and October 1 in the North Macedonian mountain resort of Mavrovo.
BIRN Journalist Frosina Dimeska Wins EU Investigative Award

BIRN Journalist Frosina Dimeska Wins EU Investigative Award

Frosina Dimeska, a journalist at Prizma/BIRN, has won second prize from the European Union for her outstanding investigative journalism in North Macedonia. The awards ceremony took place on September 28 in Skopje.
EU Awards for best Investigative Journalism in North Macedonia Announced

EU Awards for best Investigative Journalism in North Macedonia Announced

On September 28 in Europe House in Skopje, the winners of the EU Awards for Investigative Journalism in North Macedonia were announced.
BIRN Macedonia Holds Digital Rights Training for Journalists

BIRN Macedonia Holds Digital Rights Training for Journalists

BIRN Macedonia organized a training on Digital Rights for Journalists between June 8-10 in Mavrovo, North Macedonia. The training was designed to shed light on digital rights and equip journalists with skills and tools to cover stories stemming from this increasingly important topic.
Digital Rights Training for Macedonian Journalists: Applications Open

Digital Rights Training for Macedonian Journalists: Applications Open

What are digital rights, who is violating them and how, and why is it important to monitor and report on them? How can journalists recognise problems in this area, prepare stories and get mentoring and financial support for their development and publication?
BIRN Macedonia Publishes ‘Media Uncovered’ Database

BIRN Macedonia Publishes ‘Media Uncovered’ Database

New database will give the public essential information about the media on which they rely for current events and developments in the country and worldwide.
EU Awards Presented for Best Investigative Journalism in North Macedonia

EU Awards Presented for Best Investigative Journalism in North Macedonia

Winning stories tackled tragic fate of Balkan lynx, pandemic profiteers and over-employment in a government ministry.
BIRN Wins Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Award

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.
BIRN Macedonia Journalist Wins Investigative Story Award

BIRN Macedonia Journalist Wins Investigative Story Award

BIRN Macedonia’s story ‘Alive and Well: The Lucrative Business Club around REK Bitola’ by journalist Vlado Apostolov has been awarded best investigative story of the year 2019 by the Macedonian Media Institute, MIM.
‘Navigator’ Offers Investigative Journalists Invaluable Tool

‘Navigator’ Offers Investigative Journalists Invaluable Tool

New guide supplies Balkan journalists with range of ways to use Open Source Intelligence in their research.
BIRN Macedonia Journalist Awarded for Cultural Heritage Report

BIRN Macedonia Journalist Awarded for Cultural Heritage Report

BIRN journalist Goce Trpkovski was given an award by the Macedonian National Council of the International Council of Museums for raising awareness about the poor condition of cultural heritage in the country.

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