INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM / EU Award Winners

Journalism can solve problems that affect people

Journalism can solve problems that affect people

The winner for the first award Alisa Mysliu exposed the problems of food safety and prompted important changes in Albania.

Being an investigative journalist is not an easy task

Being an investigative journalist is not an easy task

Merila Dizdarević, the best young investigative journalist award winner in BiH, speaks of the pressures and sacrifices that investigative journalism requires.

Stories on crime and corruption

Stories on crime and corruption

Jelena Jovanović, journalist of daily "Vijesti, winner of the first prize in Montenegro, for the story on drug gangs controling the coastal town of Kotor

Institutions managed to alienate energetics so that it is incomprehensible for the citizens

Institutions managed to alienate energetics so that it is incomprehensible for the citizens

Maja Zivanovic, journalist of VOICE won the first prize in Serbia in the amount of 4000 EUR in gross, for a series of investigative articles about the natural gas distributor, Novi Sad Gas.

Stick to the facts, that is all we are left with

Stick to the facts, that is all we are left with

Aleksandar Đorđević, first prize winner of the 2016 EU Award for Investigative Journalism in Serbia reflects on the difficulties and hopes for investigative journalism

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