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Donating to the work of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo is as easy as it is important.

As one of few truly independent news media in Bosnia and Herzegovina, CIN is devoted to holding politicians and powerful businessmen accountable. We want you to know what the institutions with power over your life are really doing. We tell you what you most need to know about corruption, crime, food safety, prices on utilities and commodities, your job conditions and your pensions. We do this without bias, rhetoric or reliance on rumor.

Thank you for supporting CIN and its goal to write in-depth, understandable reports on the issues that most touch people. We are grateful for every donation from groups and individuals.

We fight to see the budgets and contracts behind official actions and we get the privileged to explain themselves to you.

CIN was set up in 2004 with money from USAID. Since then it has functioned on grants from private foundations and an array of US and European governments. We do not accept money from political parties or from any donor who puts a condition on giving. We’d like your support.

Please donate to CIN and help insure that a new generation of Bosnian reporters will continue a tradition of excellent investigative reporting in the name of you – the public.
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