Blogbox | LGBTI

‘Love is a traditional value, not hate or violence’

By - 18.09.2018

Despite a successfully organized Pride, Serbian society is no closer to maturity or tolerance.

One-on-one | bosnia

Zilka Spahić-Šiljak: ‘Ethnic division leads to women — but also men — having their rights violated’

By - 17.09.2018

TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 4) — Gender studies professor talks about religion and feminism, and how nationalism affects woman.

Lately | Protests

Watch: Wave of protests

By - 14.09.2018

Kosovar citizens demand action.

In-depth | Economy

Where are the 60,000 new jobs?

By - 13.09.2018

After a year in office, what impact has the current government had on the economy?

Perspectives | Politics

From Gazimestan to Gazivoda

By - 12.09.2018

How different was Vučić’s visit to Kosovo than his former president’s?

Lately | Sports

Football comes home with Fadil

By - 11.09.2018

Kosovo plays first competitive match in Prishtina, commemorates man who brought it there.

Perspectives | Politics

Vučić’s Milošević reference is not a mere side-note — it’s the whole problem

By - 11.09.2018

Progress requires more than chauvinism camouflaged in softened rhetoric.

Perspectives | Dialogue

Vučić comes to Kosovo

By - 10.09.2018

Serbian president’s visit shows campaigning skills but gives no insight into dialogue.

One-on-one | Feminism

Adriana Zaharijević: Feminism is the standard bugbear

By - 10.09.2018

Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 3) — Philosopher from Belgrade talks about feminism, communism and transition.

In-depth | Media

The dangerous powers of the clickbait king

By - 07.09.2018

Earning a fortune off fake news.

Perspectives | Dialogue

Balkan border changes risk a return to open conflicts

By - 05.09.2018

Redrawing borders would undermine decades-long international principles.

In-depth | Democracy

What has the Kosovo Assembly done so far?

By - 04.09.2018

K2.0 looks at this mandate to date and deputies’ homework ahead.

One-on-one | Albania

Ermira Danaj: ‘Patriarchal norms and expectations cannot be brought down overnight’

By - 04.09.2018

Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 2) — Prominent feminist from Albania talks about the neoliberal influence on the gender perspective.

Perspectives | Democracy

The fallacies of ‘border adjustment’ between Kosovo and Serbia

By - 03.09.2018

Private dealings behind closed doors are a recipe for future conflict.

Lately | '90s

Exhibition brings back 1998 women’s activism at National Museum

By - 31.08.2018

Data: mars offers retrospective of protests organized by women in March 1998.

Lately | Missing persons

Marching for persons who disappeared during wartime

By - 30.08.2018

Participants reject any Kosovo-Serbia deal that excludes missing persons.

Perspectives | Women's Rights

How many calls does it take?

By - 29.08.2018

A take on public outrage and how it lacks when women are being murdered.

Perspectives | EU

Europe’s Sword of Damocles has the potential to change everything

By - 28.08.2018

One simple clause hangs constantly over Kosovo’s head.

One-on-one | Feminism

Eli Krasniqi: ‘In reality, patriarchy kills’

By - 27.08.2018

Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 1) — Socio-anthropologist talks about everyday feminist struggles in Kosovo.

Blogbox | Diaspora

Why we should rethink money donation in Kosovo

By - 24.08.2018

Strategic philanthropy achieves results and can respond to humanitarian needs.

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