One-on-one | Books

Aleksandar Hemon: The Balkans is just close enough to being Europe to perpetually fail at being Europe

By - 16.02.2020

One of the most acclaimed writers and thinkers of our times speaks on genocide denial, Western societal arrogance and a lifetime of displacement.

Lately | Politics

Women’s political empowerment meets its limit

By - 14.02.2020

Deputy candidate misses out — because she’s a woman.

In-depth | Serbia

The Exploitation of Global Workers

By - 13.02.2020

A precarious life for foreign workers in Serbia.

Fellowship | In-depth | Children

Juvenile rights violated in correctional facilities

By - 11.02.2020

Juvenile girls housed with adult women at what expense?

Perspectives | Migration

Life between closed borders

By - 06.02.2020

The Balkan Route through Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to be active.

Lately | Politics

Kosovo Assembly approves new government

By , Tringë Sokoli - 03.02.2020

Deputies vote for cabinet headed by new PM Albin Kurti.

Perspectives | Workers' rights

Unearthing stories from Bulqiza’s underground

By - 01.02.2020

Elton Debreshi, head of the Bulqiza United Miners' Union (SMBB), talks to “Organizata Politika” activist Gresa Hasa.

One-on-one | Women's Rights

Lara Whyte: Feminist Investigative journalism is interrogating the patriarchy

By - 31.01.2020

The well-known journalist from Northern Ireland talks about women on the frontlines, the far-right and investigating patriarchy.

Perspectives | LGBTI

After the EU’s block on accession talks, how will LGBTI rights fare?

By , Amarildo Fecanji - 29.01.2020

An open letter to the EU on LGBTI rights in North Macedonia and Albania.

In-depth | Workers' rights

Miner earthquakes in Bulqiza

By - 27.01.2020

Excavating the stone that brings death, injury and dismissal — but no wealth to miners.

Perspectives | Politics

Is it time for a directly elected president?

By - 24.01.2020

Negotiations over position again cause divisions and delays.

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