CINS won European Press Prize for investigative journalism

CINS won European Press Prize for investigative journalism

20 April 2017, 21:20

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The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) won the most renowned European journalism recognition in the competition of most reputable European media and in the most prestigious category for investigative journalism. CINS was awarded for a series of articles on the treatment of corruption in Serbia and an article on the links between football, politics and crime. Past winners for excellence in investigative journalism were Reuters, El Pais and Revue XXI.

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Will we win the European „Pulitzer“?

On Thursday evening (20 April), we will find out if we won the 2017 European Press Prize for Investigative Journalism.

19 April 2017, 08:19

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Branislav Švonja Arrested

Last year Švonja was appointed Acting Manager of the Provincial Fund for Refugees, while the company he had founded - Nacionalni privredni operater – was making millions by selling information which is free otherwise, which CINS wrote about on several occasions. Švonja was previously convicted for purchase of votes.

10 March 2017, 12:10

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Reporting migration and trafficking in the Western Balkans

Dates: 15 May - 19 May | Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Application deadline: 3 April | Programme: Reporting Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery

09 March 2017, 15:09

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CINS is nominated for the European Press Prize

Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia is among the candidates in the category of investigative reporting, for a series of articles on corruption and organized crime

02 March 2017, 16:02

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Safe and Sound? Jury still out on Serbia’s whistleblower protection law

Marija Beretka needed to initiate three court proceedings in order to obtain protection as a whistleblower. In one ruling, the Novi Sad High Court said the police is not an authorized recipient of whistleblower reports. Serbia’s Law on Protection of Whistleblowers, which took effect in June 2015, is designed to help people who report corruption and crime from retaliation. However, more time must pass before its actual effects and benefits can be determined.

23 January 2017, 09:23

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Jorgovanka Tabaković plagiarized a significant part of her doctoral thesis

The doctoral thesis of the Governor of the National bank of Serbia is full of paragraphs literally copied from works of other authors, without quoting them. In some sentences, synonyms such as “changeable” instead of “variable” make the only difference, while some other sentences are repeated twice without quoting the source.

21 December 2016, 08:21

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