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EU Awards for Investigative Journalism in Montenegro

Laureates of the award included journalists from Montenegro whose stories were published last year and were assessed as the best by the expert jury.


The first prize went to journalist Đurđa Radulović (Centre for Investigative Journalism) for the article “Silence That Speaks – Maternity Hospitals Violate WHO Recommendations. The second prizewent to journalist Olivera Lakić (Libertas Press) for the series of articles on high level corruption in Montenegro’s judiciary system and for the series of articles on crime and corruption within the structures of the Montenegrin police and  the third prize was awarded for the stories “Pandora Papers: Russian Offshore Millions for Luxury Real Estate in Montenegro,” by Dejan Milovac (MANS Research Centre), and “The Secret E-Gambling Affair” by the group of authors that includes: Vladimir OtaševićJovo MartinovićMarko Vešović, and Andras Kiraly (RTV Nikšić, LUPA Research Centre).


The winners were chosen by the jury members who are prominent experts in the field of journalism: Boro KontićNataša Ružić, and Tena Perišin. The national award ceremony is part of a broader project titled “EU Awards for Investigative Journalism in the Western Balkans and Turkey,” which is supported by the European Union.

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Photo credits: Europe House Montenegro

Source: Europe House Montenegro

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