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Giving a ‘carrot’ to a ‘guinea-pig’By: Besnik Baka
I often welcome foreign visitors to Tirana, friends whom I’ve met through my travels, work, school or by chance. But I could call the visit of Nadia quite unique.By: Besnik Baka
Coolness and rains of September cooled us and restored us somewhat from the long weeks of summer holidays that we waited for so long.By: Besnik Baka
The hand-held ‘stop’ is a well-known symbol used by the police and other legally recognized services (security guards, private police etc) to halt the traffic.By: Besnik Baka
“....I want to give some parts of my life to those around me and to get some parts from your life.”
Besnik Baka has graduated in journalism in Tirana and holds an MA Degree in Human Rights and Democracty (Bologna & Sarajevo) and an MA Degree in Global Journalism (Oslo). Works as a journalist in print and electronic media, as well as with the civil society in Albania. I do believe that the confrontation of information stemming from independent sources in regards to sensitive issues of everyday concern, are fundamental for an open society. Kosovo 2.0 would aim to fill this gap.
Kosovo 2.0 is a Supreme Network Site that will serve as an interactive generator of stories,
commentaries and documentations from Kosovo and the world.
Kosovo 2.0 aims to fill in the information gap through a portal website that consistently documents and promotes the Kosovar youth,
and a magazine that timely captures the rising generation of decision-makers in their current, ever-changing environment.
Kosovo 2.0 will be the first state of affairs magazine that engages Kosovars in creating the framework and image
through which Kosovo's youth will be documented locally and represented abroad. Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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