Lately | Volume Up

Volume UP: Fotis Filippou on developing winning advocacy campaigns

By - 11.12.2018

K2.0 brings Campaigns Director for Europe at Amnesty International to Prishtina for a public talk on Dec. 17 and a Masterclass on Dec. 18.

In-depth | Human Rights | Minority Rights

Life and death: The harsh reality of pregnancy in Kosovo

By - 10.12.2018

Minority women lack critical access to health care and maternity medicine.

In-depth | Human Rights | Poverty

Exchanging poverty for prison

By - 10.12.2018

Minor crimes by people in poverty being punished with jail time.

In-depth | Human Rights | LGBTI

A Place to Call Home

By - 10.12.2018

Violence and hate leave LGBTI people in Kosovo to search for safety and acceptance.

In-depth | Human Rights

Kosovo is no safe haven along the dark road west

By - 10.12.2018

Migrants seeking temporary refuge are met with little protection.

In-depth | Human Rights | Children

Extreme poverty forces children to be bread-winners

By - 10.12.2018

Vicious cycle of childhood poverty in Kosovo robs children of their rights.

In-depth | Human Rights | Disabilities

No Callback

By - 10.12.2018

From finding a job, to getting up stairs and accessing ATMs. This is life with a disability in Kosovo.

In-depth | Human Rights | Gender Equality

Biased legislation favors tradional gender roles

By - 10.12.2018

A look into policies on maternity, paternity and parental leave.

Perspectives | BiH

Experimenting with peace

By - 08.12.2018

How political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina are manipulating the peace agreement.

One-on-one | EU

Beatriz Becerra: For me, liberalism is more of an attitude to life

By - 07.12.2018

MEP talks about a post-Brexit EU, migration policy, and what next year’s elections could mean for the future of Europe.

In-depth | Gender Equality

Supermarkets with super problems

By , Fortesa Doqi - 06.12.2018

Gender-based job calls, illegal obligations and other violations.

Lately | Human Rights

Journalism and Film for Human Rights

By - 05.12.2018

Join us on Dec. 10 to mark Human Rights Day at K2.0’s new space.

In-depth | Human Rights

Kosovo’s battle with human trafficking

By - 04.12.2018

Issue prevails beneath the radar, despite improved response.

In-depth | KLA

How did Kosovo end up with so many veterans?

By - 04.12.2018

The KLA veterans lists controversy explained.

Lately | Arts

Verses against oppression

By - 03.12.2018

K2.0 invites you to an open mic poetry night to conclude the “Handle With Care” exhibition.

In-depth | Culture

Learning each other’s language

By - 02.12.2018

The Albanians and Serbs taking language lessons for the future.

One-on-one | Volume Up

Matthew Caruana Galizia: The EU needs an international anti-corruption court

By - 30.11.2018

Pulitzer Prize winning Panama Papers journalist talks fighting corruption and justice for his mother’s assassination.

In-depth | Education

A university in shambles

By - 26.11.2018

K2.0 explores Kosovo’s biggest university at the start of the new academic year.

Lately | Volume Up

Volume UP: Matthew Caruana Galizia on journalist safety

By - 24.11.2018

Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist comes to Prishtina.

Lately | Economy

Fighting with taxes

By - 23.11.2018

A history of Kosovo and Serbia’s tempestuous trade relations.


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