Explore Kosovo’s hottest political issue in quotes and numbers.
Despite a successfully organized Pride, Serbian society is no closer to maturity or tolerance.
TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 4) — Gender studies professor talks about religion and feminism, and how nationalism affects woman.
After a year in office, what impact has the current government had on the economy?
Kosovo plays first competitive match in Prishtina, commemorates man who brought it there.
Progress requires more than chauvinism camouflaged in softened rhetoric.
Serbian president’s visit shows campaigning skills but gives no insight into dialogue.
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 3) — Philosopher from Belgrade talks about feminism, communism and transition.
Redrawing borders would undermine decades-long international principles.
K2.0 looks at this mandate to date and deputies’ homework ahead.
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 2) — Prominent feminist from Albania talks about the neoliberal influence on the gender perspective.
Private dealings behind closed doors are a recipe for future conflict.
Data: mars offers retrospective of protests organized by women in March 1998.
Participants reject any Kosovo-Serbia deal that excludes missing persons.
A take on public outrage and how it lacks when women are being murdered.
One simple clause hangs constantly over Kosovo’s head.
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 1) — Socio-anthropologist talks about everyday feminist struggles in Kosovo.
It's a very dangerous climate that reminds me of many things, and for that reason seeing this book [Përtej] come out after 20 years is an inspiration
February 17 is not just a day of independence, but a chance to reflect upon the Republic we want to be.