The Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CIJS/CINS) is the winner of this year’s European Press Prize (European Press Prize 2017) in the category of “investigative reporting”. CINS was honoured by the award for a series of articles about corruption and organised crime in Serbia. Numerous prominent European media such as the Financial Times, The Guardian and Le Monde were among the finalists for this award. For Fairpress, editor-in-chief of CINS, Dino Jahić, briefly spoke about the meaning of the award and the work behind the awarded stories. FP: How does it feel to receive such a prestigious award going against such strong competition? Dino Jahić: The feeling is fantastic. I hope it won’t sound immodest, but we were aware that we did a good job wi-
th those stories and we were very satisfied when we published them. We worked on them for months, invested a lot of effort. The award is an excellent confirmation that all of that work was good, but it..