BIRN Summer School for Investigative Reporting opened in Durres, Albania, with a plea to journalists to channel their curiosity.
Journalists from the Balkans have until Monday August 3 to apply for a scholarship for BIRN’s Summer School of Investigative Reporting.
Described recently as “Europe at its best” by the New York Times, the beautiful Albanian Riviera is the BIRN Summer School destination for 2015.
The Macedonian Media Institute on Thursday presented the awards for best investigative stories for 2014. First prize went to Ljubisa Arsic of the weekly Fokus for a series of stories named “Secret manufacturing plant for passports”.
The three best stories proposed by participants in this year’s Summer School were selected by the jury and will get financial backing from BIRN’s investigative reporting fund.
Social media can be an important tool for investigative journalists, the fourth day of the BIRN Summer School in Montenegro heard.
Undercover policing, FIFA corruption and drug cartels were among the themes explored by award-winning journalists at the BIRN summer school of investigative reporting.
The UK riots, legal leaks, how to protect sources and tracking money abroad were all explored in the second day of BIRN’s Summer School.
The fifth BIRN summer school of investigative journalism has opened in the Montenegrin coastal town of Becici, bringing together top trainers and journalists.
Balkan-based journalists have two more weeks to apply for a full scholarship for BIRN Summer School of Investigative Reporting.
An investigation shows that gangs are felling vast tracts that once gave the Balkans their name.
NGOs seeking Ministry of Youth and Sport funding would be advised to have at the helm a boss belonging to the minister’s party, it appears.
The BIRN Summer School was highly educational and fun, and became the basis for friendships and future collaborations between investigative trainers and journalists across Europe.
After five days of intensive training at the fourth annual BIRN Summer School, four groups of reporters whose investigations will be funded were announced at the closing ceremony.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network’s summer school closed on Friday in Bled, Slovenia with the journalists attending the week-long event proposing ideas for investigative stories.