All articles by: Kosovo 2.0
Journalism and Film for Human Rights
Join us on Dec. 10 to mark Human Rights Day at K2.0’s new space.
Verses against oppression
K2.0 invites you to an open mic poetry night to conclude the “Handle With Care” exhibition.
A university in shambles
K2.0 explores Kosovo’s biggest university at the start of the new academic year.
Volume UP: Matthew Caruana Galizia on journalist safety
Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist comes to Prishtina.
Small Talk: Tackling sex trafficking
K2.0’s latest Small Talk puts attention back on an issue that has fallen out of the headlines.
We’re Hiring: Editorial production coordinator
Apply now to help drive K2.0’s dynamic media production.
K2.0 wins human rights journalism prize
Four-part documentary dives into the lives of LGBT persons in Kosovo.
The Guardian’s Gill Phillips in Prishtina
Join K2.0 for a Volume UP talk on Oct. 10, and a training session on Oct. 11.
Talking the past, today
Join our Monograph Talk on Monday, October 8, 2018 at Documentation Centre Kosovo.
VIDEO: The Kosovo-Serbia ‘de-normalization’ dialogue
K2.0 breaks down the hottest political show in town.
Small Talk: informatiON!
K2.0 Small Talk to mark International Day for Universal Access to Information.
Volume UP: Cannelle Lavite-Dumoulin Talks Whistleblowers
Join K2.0’s latest public talk on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
What has the Kosovo Assembly done so far?
K2.0 looks at this mandate to date and deputies’ homework ahead.
K2.0 Small Talk: Is it better here or there?
Join us for our latest Small Talk on Thursday, July 19 at the Innovation Centre of Kosovo.
“Përtej”: Two decades of alternative collaboration
Join us on Thursday, June 28, at the "Multimedia Center"!
Shkëlzen Maliqi denied entry into Serbia
He was travelling to participate in a discussion on cultural cooperation.
K2.0 Small Talk: Copyright — author rights or commodifying culture?
Join us at Lapidarium on Tuesday, April 24, at 18:00.
K2.0 is looking for correspondents in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia
You could be one of our new regional correspondents!
K2.0 Small Talk: Kosovo X — How independent?
Join K2.0 for an open and participative discussion on ten years of independence!
Volume Up: Dystopia of a future without journalism
In K2.0’s next Volume Up, Saso Ordanoski imagines a world with no media.
Night against oppression: Small Talk & Music by Alush
Join K2.0 at our final Small Talk of the year on Dec. 13.
VIDEO: Gaps in the legal system on LGBTI rights
Legislation needs to face same-sex marriage, hate crimes, and the fluidity of gender identities.
SMALL TALK: Who’s teaching our students? Education in focus.
Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 17:30 at Kosovo’s National Library in Prishtina.
Fires burn on across Balkans
Widespread wildfires in Albania, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro.
K2.0 is hiring — Western Balkans Correspondents
Seeking reporters in Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro.
Lirindja invites us to pay homage to Rilindja
Zine’s fourth issue brings us the history of Kosovo’s first printing house.
#KosovoInUnesco — Hashtag or real will?
K2.0 organizes discussion on Kosovo's reapplication in UNESCO.
The things I wanted to eat, have been eating me this whole time
Tirana duo Livia Tice and Sonja Azizaj won third place at this years Kosovo Slam Poetry festival with their poem on queer identity.
An unfair life
Alina Fazliu’s received the jury’s special mention at the 2016 Kosovo Slam Poetry Festival for her poem on domestic violence.
A mostly one-sided dialogue between homophobia and young queer kids
Kosovo Slam Poetry festival 2016’s winning poem by Lindon Krasniqi.
Where to address your #IWantToKnow demands
Social media profiles of institutions and public representatives.
‘Homeland (Iraq Year Zero)’ — a marathon masterpiece
Those prepared to put themselves through a feat of cinematic endurance will be richly rewarded.
Prishtina’s protest camp: Meet the protesters
Who are the protesters that have set up camp in the center of Kosovo's capital?
Eight faces of independence
Eight years after Kosovo declared independence, eight citizens explain what it means to them.
UFOs observing crucifixions? Fairy milk for superhuman strength? What Kosovo’s myths lack in believability, they make up for in quirkiness.