All articles by: Cristina Marí

Cristina Marí is K2.0’s multimedia content editor. Cristina has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University Complutense of Madrid in Spain and the University of Bucharest, Romania.

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.

One-on-one | Sexual Violence

Jimini Hignett: “In the sex industry, we need to prosecute the buyers”

By - 26.11.2018

Artist and abolitionist speaks of her experiences researching the sex industry.

Lately | Culture

“Gërmia” controversy signals divisions on how to grow Prishtina

By - 24.10.2018

Disagreements over construction of a new concert hall in the capital.

One-on-one | Whistleblowing

Cannelle Lavite-Dumoulin: The EU is not at all friendly to asylum-seeking whistleblowers — and this is political

By - 19.09.2018

Legal expert warns on the dangers for whistleblowers ahead of K2.0’s next Volume Up edition tonight.

Lately | '90s

Exhibition brings back 1998 women’s activism at National Museum

By - 31.08.2018

Data: mars offers retrospective of protests organized by women in March 1998.

Lately | Culture

K2.0 speaks cultural independence in latest Small Talk

By - 24.08.2018

Citizens and Ministry of Culture discuss moving culture forward.

Lately | Arts

Anibar explores sex and the body without taboos

By - 22.08.2018

Peja’s animation festival dedicates this year’s edition to gender equality and sexual diversity.

One-on-one | DokuFest2018

Paul Conroy: War correspondents are not just observers anymore

By - 20.08.2018

Photographer discusses his experiences in Syria and 21st century war reporting.

Blogbox | DokuFest2018

‘Sarabande’: On the universality that can’t be defeated by visa regimes

By - 08.08.2018

Kaltrina Krasniqi’s new film crosses centuries and cultures.

One-on-one | DokuFest2018

Qendresa: I say what kind of sound I want

By - 03.08.2018

DJ, producer and singer talks keeping her voice in the industry and her Kosovar roots.

Lately | Arts

The little revolution of Runik

By - 05.07.2018

Town's House of Culture to host first show in nearly 30 years on Saturday.

Lately | Culture

20 years of transnational cultural cooperation in a book

By - 29.06.2018

K2.0 and CZKD document cultural bridges between Kosovo and Serbia.

One-on-one | Arts

Driton Selmani: In our region the role of the artist is to try to touch a nerve

By - 19.06.2018

Conceptual artist talks offside flags, life jackets and avoiding being defined by ideology.

Lately | Culture

A sky of satellites connects Kosovo to the world one more time

By - 25.05.2018

The Kosovar Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition opens in Venice

One-on-one | Culture

Eliza Hoxha: To have collective pride, we need to talk about collective memory

By - 23.05.2018

Kosovar architect presents the country’s '90s history at the 2018 Venice Biennale of Architecture.

One-on-one | Mental health

The Artidote: Knowing others are going through the same struggle helps you know you’re not alone

By - 16.05.2018

Virtual community provides safe space for discussion on mental health and healing through art — K2.0 speaks to its founder.

One-on-one | LGBTI

Erik de Kruijf: It’s perfectly possible to be transgender, an LGBT activist, and a devout Catholic

By - 28.11.2017

Pride Photo Award curator speaks about the power of photography to spark acceptance.

One-on-one | Media

Ibrahim Nehme: Change begins in our imagination

By - 11.10.2017

Beirut-based magazine founder talks about the power of the media to provoke radical change.

One-on-one | Music

Ian F. Svenonius: Bush and Trump are punk presidents

By - 14.10.2016

Rock ’n’ roller talks U.S. elections, the Sex Pistols, the Internet and cha-cha-cha.

In-depth | UNESCO

There is life after UNESCO – and much work to do too

By - 19.11.2015

Civil society demands action after Kosovo's membership rejection.

Lately | UNESCO

UNESCO rejects Kosovo’s membership bid

By - 09.11.2015

Reaction as Kosovo falls three votes short of entering UN's cultural agency.

In-depth | Architecture

A monument between Brotherhood and Unity and Adem Jashari

By - 30.10.2015

Misconceptions endure about iconic Prishtina structure.

In-depth | Arts

Erzen Shkololli leaves the National Gallery – but what’s his legacy?

By - 04.09.2015

Cultural institution says farewell to influential director.

One-on-one | Tech

Peter Sunde: Mark Zuckerberg is the dictator of the biggest country we’ve ever had

By - 14.08.2015

Pirate Bay co-founder talks Facebook, Nazis and revolution.

One-on-one | Arts

‘Thinking of You’ — A collective healing among skirts

By - 11.06.2015

Artist aims to promote discussion on wartime sexual violence with poignant Prishtina installation.

Print | Sports

Six in one

By - 04.03.2015

Group strives to unite Kosovo's different ethnicities on the pitch.