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Roden HOXHA is the Executive Director of the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism. Prior to his engagement with the ACQJ, he was the Albanian State Solicitor’s Permanent Representative to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. He is a frequent contributor…

Laura DOKO is a Grant Coordinator at the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism. She graduated from the University of Social Sciences, in Tirana and has two Master degrees in “Social Philosophy” and “Teaching Psychology and Philosophy”. She has a long experience in the field …

Denis TAHIRI is an investigative journalist of the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism, and a project coordinator for media focused programs. He has worked as a journalist for some of the most renown national and local television channels in Albania, such as Top Channel, Vizion Plus, Report Tv and Syri TV…

Rea ÇIKALI is a Grant Coordinator at the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism, with a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit organization and management industry. She is skilled in grant management, with a financial background and strong interest in communication…

Dallandyshe Xhaferri is a journalist of the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism. She completed her studies in “Journalism” at the “Aleksandër Xhuvani” University, and was part of a student exchange in Poland, where she completed a semester for “Journalism and Management” at the “Pope John Paul II” University.

Ina Allkanjari is an investigative journalist of the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism. She previously worked in the fact-checking media organization, Faktoje.al, where she was engaged as a trainer of young people and students in more than 5 different cities of Albania, on fact-checking in the media, within the Youth-Rap project implemented by IREX.

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