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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

Journalism in the shadow of Turkey’s Presidential Palace

Journalism in the shadow of Turkey’s Presidential Palace

Winners of the 2016 EU Investigative Journalism Award in Turkey shared information about the challenges they face as journalists working in an increasingly authoritarian country where media freedoms have eroded considerably.

Series of small steps can achieve a lot

Series of small steps can achieve a lot

Winners of the 2016 EU Awards for Investigative Journalism in BiH speak of the investigative journalism and its effects with optimism

Need for investigative newsroom within public service broadcaster

Need for investigative newsroom within public service broadcaster

Mirko Bošković, first prize winner in Montenegro, urges the PSB to promote investigative journalism and thus to demonstrate the accountability towards the public.

Investigative journalism is indispensable for revealing the truth

Investigative journalism is indispensable for revealing the truth

Besnik Krasniqi, one of the first prize winners at the 2016 EU Award for investigative Journalism in Kosovo speaks about the importance of investigative journalism.
 

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