All articles by: Cristina Marí
Matthew Caruana Galizia: The EU needs an international anti-corruption court
Pulitzer Prize winning Panama Papers journalist talks fighting corruption and justice for his mother’s assassination.
Jimini Hignett: “In the sex industry, we need to prosecute the buyers”
Artist and abolitionist speaks of her experiences researching the sex industry.
“Gërmia” controversy signals divisions on how to grow Prishtina
Disagreements over construction of a new concert hall in the capital.
Cannelle Lavite-Dumoulin: The EU is not at all friendly to asylum-seeking whistleblowers — and this is political
Legal expert warns on the dangers for whistleblowers ahead of K2.0’s next Volume Up edition tonight.
Exhibition brings back 1998 women’s activism at National Museum
Data: mars offers retrospective of protests organized by women in March 1998.
K2.0 speaks cultural independence in latest Small Talk
Citizens and Ministry of Culture discuss moving culture forward.
Anibar explores sex and the body without taboos
Peja’s animation festival dedicates this year’s edition to gender equality and sexual diversity.
Paul Conroy: War correspondents are not just observers anymore
Photographer discusses his experiences in Syria and 21st century war reporting.
‘Sarabande’: On the universality that can’t be defeated by visa regimes
Kaltrina Krasniqi’s new film crosses centuries and cultures.
Qendresa: I say what kind of sound I want
DJ, producer and singer talks keeping her voice in the industry and her Kosovar roots.
The little revolution of Runik
Town's House of Culture to host first show in nearly 30 years on Saturday.
20 years of transnational cultural cooperation in a book
K2.0 and CZKD document cultural bridges between Kosovo and Serbia.
Driton Selmani: In our region the role of the artist is to try to touch a nerve
Conceptual artist talks offside flags, life jackets and avoiding being defined by ideology.
A sky of satellites connects Kosovo to the world one more time
The Kosovar Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition opens in Venice
Eliza Hoxha: To have collective pride, we need to talk about collective memory
Kosovar architect presents the country’s '90s history at the 2018 Venice Biennale of Architecture.
The Artidote: Knowing others are going through the same struggle helps you know you’re not alone
Virtual community provides safe space for discussion on mental health and healing through art — K2.0 speaks to its founder.
Erik de Kruijf: It’s perfectly possible to be transgender, an LGBT activist, and a devout Catholic
Pride Photo Award curator speaks about the power of photography to spark acceptance.
Ibrahim Nehme: Change begins in our imagination
Beirut-based magazine founder talks about the power of the media to provoke radical change.
Ian F. Svenonius: Bush and Trump are punk presidents
Rock ’n’ roller talks U.S. elections, the Sex Pistols, the Internet and cha-cha-cha.
There is life after UNESCO – and much work to do too
Civil society demands action after Kosovo's membership rejection.
UNESCO rejects Kosovo’s membership bid
Reaction as Kosovo falls three votes short of entering UN's cultural agency.
A monument between Brotherhood and Unity and Adem Jashari
Misconceptions endure about iconic Prishtina structure.
Erzen Shkololli leaves the National Gallery – but what’s his legacy?
Cultural institution says farewell to influential director.
Peter Sunde: Mark Zuckerberg is the dictator of the biggest country we’ve ever had
Pirate Bay co-founder talks Facebook, Nazis and revolution.
‘Thinking of You’ — A collective healing among skirts
Artist aims to promote discussion on wartime sexual violence with poignant Prishtina installation.