Dalibor Dobric was born in 1977 in Osijek, Croatia. He is currently working as a journalist for financial monthly magazine Banka
His previous broad involvement in editing and production of radio programmes includes Radio NET, BBC World Service - Croatian Section, Radio 101, Business.hr, Croatian Radio channel 3 and others.
Dalibor sees the Balkan Fellowship as a great opportunity for doing in-depth reporting. He is hoping to tackle the topic of energy consumption from a fresh angle and to influence public opinion, eventually leading to some positive changes in housing policies and building regulations.
His research was supervised by Davor Glavas, journalist and editor from Zagreb, Croatia.
The Croatian state may have embraced energy conservation as part of its EU accession - but when individual consumers try to save energy, it’s far from easy.
The Alumni Network is an ever-expanding group of journalists who have all participated in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence.
The re-emergence of Turkey as a growing economic, political and religious power in the Balkans is the subject of the latest Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence Alumni Initiative project.
Twelve countries, including several Balkan states, have signed up to the European Roma Decade 2005-2015 initiative. Halfway through the decade, has any real progress been made?