Ana Curic is a freelance investigative and data journalist based in Belgrade, Serbia. She is currently an intern with the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) research team. She has worked for the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) Serbia, mostly covering misuse of public funds, justice, human rights and financial crime. She was also a fellow at Investigate Europe. She won the Quality Journalism Award 2021 in Hungary.
Across the Balkans, women are taking to the streets in anger
Women’s rights protests have surged in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, after recent cases of abuse and femicide
EuroPride march to go ahead despite government ban, organisers say
Serbian authorities banned the event in Belgrade after an intense campaign by religious and far-right protesters
Bosnian politician who wanted LGBTIQ people ‘isolated’ loses landmark case
Anti-discrimination law was introduced in Bosnia 13 years ago – but it had never been used to protect LGBTIQ people
Published in: 50.50Balkans women face closed clinics and unsafe abortions under COVID-19
Rights advocates and doctors warn that coronavirus has intensified long-standing obstacles to access, particularly...