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-depth | Local Elections 2017 | Gender equality

Who’s representing rural women?

By - 17.10.2017

Municipalities and candidates doing little to end isolation.

In-short | LGBTI

Balkan unity in the Pride Parade

By - 11.10.2017

LGBTI rights supporters from across region at Kosovo’s first Pride.

Monographs | LGBTI Rights

Stepping into your true body

By - 10.10.2017

A portrait of two transgender men in transition.

One-on-one | Human Rights

Sian Jones: Institutions have done nothing for survivors of sexual violence — now it’s their chance to do something

By - 09.10.2017

Amnesty International’s researcher for Kosovo talks to K2.0 about war crimes, missing persons and failed justice.

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 | Film

Questioning the Lord of the House

By - 15.08.2017

New documentary explores gender roles in a changing society.

One-on-one | Film

Lucinda Coxon: Anybody talking about their film’s success has also had a huge amount of failure

By - 01.08.2017

“The Danish Girl” screenwriter talks killing characters, theater vs. film and disruptive childhoods.

In-short | Film

Oscar winner brings insight to Kosovo

By - 21.07.2017

Crash director Paul Haggis spends the week in Prishtina.

In-depth | Elections 2017 | Diaspora

Kosovo diaspora dreams of political change

By - 21.06.2017

The Kosovars abroad calling for a functioning social democracy.

One-on-one | LGBTI

Fortesa Kadriu: “Non acceptance and stigmatization in society endangers mental health”

By - 17.05.2017

Psychologist discusses mental health services for LGBT persons.

In-short | Sexual Violence

New memory book on wartime sexual violence

By - 16.05.2017

Ten survivors tell their personal stories.

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