All articles by: Arian Lumezi

Arian Lumezi is a K2.0 staff journalist, covering mainly politics and governance, and the rule of law. Arian has a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from the AAB University in Prishtina.

One-on-one | Education

Arben Hajrullahu: More problematic than the wrongdoings is the lack of will to challenge them

By - 30.09.2019

Rethinking Academia (Part 1) — Professor from Prishtina who spoke out against universities being used for personal gain talks about the need for academic courage.

Lately | LGBTI

‘LGBT Police’ screened at PriFest

By - 27.08.2019

Documentary film explores the ‘pink and blue’ effect.

In-depth | Refugees

Forced to flee

By - 31.07.2019

Three stories of those forced out during Kosovo war.

Lately | Media

“No Questions Without Answers”

By - 03.05.2019

K2.0 has launched a campaign for improving communication between institutions and media.

One-on-one | Volume Up

Stevan Dojčinović: I thought publishing the truth was enough, but you also have to do something about the lies

By - 25.04.2019

Award winning investigative journalist talks exposing crime networks, Paradise Papers and dealing with intimidation.

In-depth | Environment

Kosovo’s silent assassin

By - 12.04.2019

Peering through the smog of Prishtina’s pollution problem.

In-depth | Education

Kosovo’s ghost schools

By - 21.02.2019

The poorly planned education facilities now virtually forgotten.

In-depth | Civil society

Are Kosovo’s NGOs under threat?

By - 01.02.2019

New law said to go against core principles of non-profit sector.

One-on-one | Politics

Abdullah Bozkurt: The Balkans is a very fertile ground for Erdoğan’s party

By - 30.12.2018

Turkish editor in exile discusses Erdoğan’s authoritarian clampdown on the free press and his influence in the Balkans.

In-depth | KLA

How did Kosovo end up with so many veterans?

By - 04.12.2018

The KLA veterans lists controversy explained.

In-depth | Justice

Judiciary struggles with politician prosecutions

By - 07.11.2018

Months after positive assessment, final verdicts in high profile cases remain rare.

One-on-one | Media

Gill Phillips: Snowden had more impact in countries that remember the dangers of mass state surveillance

By , Nidzara Ahmetasevic - 12.10.2018

The Guardian’s legal head shares her experience of working with high profile whistleblowing cases such as Edward Snowden, Wikileaks and the Paradise Papers.

Lately | Corruption

The easiest way to fight corruption

By - 01.10.2018

K2.0 discusses the challenges in accessing public documents at latest Small Talk.

In-depth | The past, now | BiH

Reconnecting the region

By - 28.09.2018

Paperwork and poor travel connections preventing interaction between Balkan peoples.