All articles by: Dafina Halili

Dafina Halili is a staff writer at Kosovo 2.0. Dafina has a master’s degree in Diversity and the Media from the University of Westminster in London. She mainly writes about human rights and social issues.

In-short | Architecture

The architects aiming for social impact

By - 23.03.2017

Small studio set up by eight recent graduates.

In-depth | Human Rights

Anita Mitic — living life as an activist

By - 09.03.2017

The Belgrade human rights campaigner who keeps speaking out.

In-short | Gender equality

Kosovo to mark International Women’s Day

By - 07.03.2017

Full day of activities planned for March 8.

One-on-one | Culture

Daniel Mulloy: “Any film you could make anywhere else you could make in Kosovo”

By - 03.03.2017

BAFTA winner talks refugee crisis, Kosovar cinema and his favorite 'cajtores' with K2.0.

In-depth | Domestic Violence

Suffering in silence

By - 14.02.2017

Domestic violence victims struggle for support — and survival.

One-on-one | Arts

Fitore Berisha: Bringing out my horns through artistic protest

By - 06.02.2017

Artist talks about using art as therapy, revolt and empowerment.

In-short | Human Rights

Kosovars to join historic global Women’s March

By - 20.01.2017

Millions expected to demonstrate for rights following Trump’s inauguration.

One-on-one | Music

ANDRRA: Exploring Albanian rhapsodies gives meaning to my parents’ pasts and my own future

By - 13.01.2017

Chart-topping music artist discusses her upcoming album, folk music by women and cultural conformity.

Perspectives | Human Rights

All talk, no action: Human Rights in Kosovo in 2016

By - 27.12.2016

Though rhetoric has been positive, little benefit has been felt by Kosovo’s vulnerable communities this year.

In-depth | LGBTI

“What if we’re not lesbians, but we’re something else?”

By - 21.12.2016

A long journey to accepting transgender identity.

In-depth | Gender equality

Going it alone

By - 13.12.2016

Single mothers face social stigma and economic hardship.

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