The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network is launching a call for small project proposals on exploring archives of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and local courts in ex-Yugoslav countries that dealt with war crimes cases. Grants are offered to ten journalists, artists, historians and civil society activists to cover topics related to memorialisation of the courts’ archives in order to promote truth, justice, accountability and other topics related to dealing with the past. Journalists, artists, historians and civil society activists willing to dig deeper in the archives of the ICTY and national courts from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia. The project’s aim is to promote and disseminate the archive of the international and local courts, in order to build capacities of target groups to use legacies of courts to fight denial and disinformation among Western Balkan societies, thus increasing their intercultural dialogue and prospects for reconciliation. The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network provides 10 grants; EUR 2,000 per grantee. Read more here.