All articles by: Jovana Georgievski

Jovana Georgievski is a Belgrade-based journalist at Vreme Weekly. Her areas of interest are migration, and Balkan narratives and their reflection on culture and everyday life. She is a Belgrade Open School alumna and speaks Russian and English.

In-depth

NEIGHBORS: Residents and migrants on the cross-roads toward the West

By , Jovana Georgievski - 31.05.2020

A video series on solidarity and rejection at the borders.

One-on-one | North Macedonia

Milčo Mančevski: The film isn’t a CNN report, or a historical PhD, but a work of art

By - 16.12.2019

Celebrated Macedonian director talks about his latest movie, female people, and politics.

In-depth | Health

The Long Road Towards Legalization

By - 09.12.2019

How long until medical cannabis is legalized in the Balkans

Lately | Culture

Marina Abramović marks homecoming with Belgrade retrospective

By - 27.09.2019

‘The Cleaner’ is set to be exhibited until January 2020.

In-depth | Serbia

Serbia’s nuclear waste problem

By - 21.01.2019

Experts urge officials to find a solution to the handling of hazardous materials.

In-depth | Environment

Serbia’s struggle for rivers — and survival

By - 20.09.2018

Citizens say hydropower battle is just getting started.

In-depth | Activism

The Missing Monuments

By - 27.07.2018

Efforts persist to commemorate killed civilians in Serbia, Croatia and BiH.

Lately | Culture

All that remains after Yugoslavia

By - 20.06.2018

Exhibition in Belgrade looks into the life of Yugoslav workers.

In-depth | Activism

The citizen activists struggling for their city

By - 01.04.2018

Four years on, ‘Ne da(vi)mo Beograd’ refuses to go away.

In-depth | Refugees

Playing the EU border game

By - 23.02.2018

Closed borders means thousands of migrants remain in Balkan limbo.