Vladimir Radomirović is an investigative journalist from Serbia and 2015 Nieman Fellow at Harvard. He has reported for and edited a number of newspapers, magazines and TV stations in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina and his work also appeared in the Sunday Times of London and Nieman Reports.
In 2010 Radomirović co-founded Pištaljka, a whistleblowing website that publishes investigative stories on corruption in Serbia. Radomirović is editor-in-chief of the website that has become a household name for anti-corruption efforts in the country. Pištaljka advocates for the rights of whistleblowers, engages in whistleblower protection and investigates tips coming from the public. The website has published dozens of stories of high-profile corruption, including cases of conflict of interest of government ministers that have ended in official prosecution.
Pištaljka’s coverage of whistleblowing issues has largely contributed to the adoption of the Whistleblower Protection Law in Serbia and Radomirović was a member of the working group to draft this law.