Project by Milica Šarić / Organisation: Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia Serbia
The Proceedings Against Public Officials database and the investigative story following the database are combination of classical researchers’ skills with a large amount of data, gathered in order to reveal the public some inaccessible information…
Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) from Belgrade is a unique organization in Serbia, engaged in investigative journalism in order to provide trusted and accurate information, based on facts and evidence, which will help citizens to better understand the occasions. In 2017 CINS won the prestigious European Press Prize award in the investigative journalism category, and received eight other awards, such as Anthony Lewis Prize for exceptional rule of law journalism, the annual national awards for excellence in investigative journalism, the first Balkan Fact-checking award and others. Our goal is to contribute to the public discourse and civil society by publishing fair and honest investigations on topics of interest for the citizens of Serbia, regardless of ownership or political interests, and to educate journalists and editors in Serbia in hands-on skills of investigative journalism.