Zvezdana Vukojevic (1978) is a Dutch journalist who has written for Dutch publications such as De Correspondent, OneWorld, Winq, Linda, NRC Handelsblad, De Groene, Opzij, Vrij Nederland, HP/De Tijd, Nieuwe Revu, Marie Claire and Volkskrant Magazine.
Together with her husband, science writer Jop de Vrieze she was awarded the AAAS Science Journalism Gold Award in February 2017 for a story on the stillbirth of their son, Mikki.
They both were nominated again in 2021 for the Dutch Science Journalism Award. As runners up they were nominated for the European Science Writer of the Year Award in 2021.
In October 2019 her book on Radovan Karadzic was published.
Her articles have been published in Belgium (Humo), the UK (Winq) and all over the Balkans via BalkanInsight.com.
In 2008 she was nominated for a Dutch journalism award (Mercur) for her interview with the wife and daughter of Radovan
Together with the main suspect Joran van der Sloot she wrote a book on the case of the missing Natalee Holloway (2007).
Vukojevic also worked as a fixer for Albanian media, Danish television and as a researcher/undercover reporter for BBC Panorama (The Chicken Run, 2003).
For her investigations she received Dutch, Danish and American funding.
She lives in Amsterdam together with her husband, son and their two very old puddycats.