CINS journalist awarded for tolerance

CINS journalist awarded for tolerance

15 November 2017, 13:15

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The third place in the category print/online media was awarded to the CINS investigation on how victims of human trafficking need to undergo two sets of court proceedings so as to protect their rights, which sometimes takes years, so that they mostly give up the damage compensation claim

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Awards for Sale

Three years after I investigated bogus international awards sold for thousands of euros – ta-dah! – I got invited to pick up mine, for just €4,750


19 October 2017, 07:19

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Serbia requested data on 40 users from Twitter

Government of Serbia requested Twitter to extend information on 40 users from January 2015 till June 2017, as indicated by the Company Transparency Reports


09 October 2017, 11:09

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CINS wins the Anthony Lewis world award for excellence in reporting on rule of law

Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) won the award of the World Justice Project for a series of stories on corruption and connections between crime and politics

12 July 2017, 17:12

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CINS won European Press Prize for investigative journalism

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.

20 April 2017, 21:20

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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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