Perspectives | Education

Being part of a state that does not treat you as such

By - 22.09.2017

Institutional marginalization of children with disabilities in the education sector.

In-short | Education

SMALL TALK: Who’s teaching our students? Education in focus.

By - 22.09.2017

Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 17:30 at Kosovo’s National Library in Prishtina.

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In-short | Elections2017

Local Election campaigns kick off

By - 22.09.2017

A number of close contests set to take place across the country.

One-on-one | Culture

Jeton Neziraj: What is seen as shocking today will not be in the future

By - 21.09.2017

Playwright discusses his often controversial body of work.

In-depth | Government

Ten days of Kosovo’s new government

By - 20.09.2017

Ramush Haradinaj’s tenure as prime minister begins.

One-on-one | Music

Rebekah: DJing is about sharing energy

By - 19.09.2017

Techno star rock and rolls into Prishtina.

In-depth | Arts

The walls as a canvas

By - 16.09.2017

From slogans, to tagging, to street art, the world of graffiti is ever-evolving.

In-depth | BiH

Planless political threats

By - 14.09.2017

Is there a plan behind threats on the secession of Republika Srpska?

One-on-one | Politics

Korab Sejdiu: “If we consider the long term, I believe AKR made a mistake”

By - 13.09.2017

The newly independent deputy speaks about his reasons for leaving AKR and his future in politics.

Eraldin Fazliu story
Perspectives | Elections2017

Is Lista Srpska a trojan horse inside Kosovo’s statehood?

By - 13.09.2017

Kosovar government’s agenda in danger of being dictated from Belgrade

Blogbox | Politics

How (not) to Politically Campaign

By - 12.09.2017

A few tips ahead of local elections.

In-depth | Arts

To be or not to have

By - 12.09.2017

Two emerging actors on finding their feet in Kosovo’s film and theater scene.

In-short | K2.0

Intern at K2.0

By - 12.09.2017

K2.0 is looking for our next editorial intern.

In-short | Government

Ramush Haradinaj takes up the role of Prime Minister

By - 10.09.2017

Extraordinary session held after the constitution of the Haradinaj government.

One-on-one | Culture

Flaka Jahaj & Bonne Reijn: Fashion needs to go back to the zero point

By - 07.09.2017

Traditional Kosovar knitwear meets 21st century designs.

In-short | Elections2017

Kosovo’s Assembly finally chooses its president

By , - 07.09.2017

Establishing new institutions unblocked by late night agreements.

In-short | Human Rights

Over 70 new cases of sexual harassment

By - 07.09.2017

Prishtina the city with the highest number of reports according to “EcShlire” app.

In-short | Sports

A year without victory

By - 06.09.2017

Kosovo’s struggles on the football pitch continue.

One-on-one | Arts

Sokol Beqiri: If an artist has a mission, it’s to testify that there is no art

By - 05.09.2017

Peja based artist returns a decade after denouncing art as a medium.

In-depth | #OneInADozen

Fires burn on across Balkans

By - 04.09.2017

Widespread wildfires in Albania, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro.

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