Anuška Delić was taken by investigative journalism in 2006, when she was a journalist of the daily Delo, that she divorced two years ago. She continues to build on her specialised skills in investigative and data journalism as the founder of Oštro, Center for Investigative Journalism in the Adriatic Region leading where she leads a predominantly female team. She spent 2015 in a courtroom for allegedly publishing classified information in stories about neo-Nazis in the ranks of the political party SDS. She was eventually acquitted of all charges. In the same year, she founded The MEPs Project which brought together journalists that represented all 28 EU member states. They demanded that the European Parliament release data on how Members of the EP spend their professional allowances. They failed – the EU Court of Justice decided the data was personal. She also works with OCCRP as a regional editor, and is a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). She is the (co)recipient of several national and international awards, and a regular panelist/trainer at professional events and workshops. For her work on The MEPs Project, Politico Europe ranked her 6th among 28 of the most influential Europeans in 2018.