All articles by: Sakibe Jashari

Sakibe Jashari is a Chevening scholar who graduated in Anthropology from the University of Sussex, with a focus on the anthropology of reconciliation. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics in Politics and International Relations and has extensive experience in working in community affairs, transitional justice/dealing with the past, and human rights.

Blogbox | Education

Thousands of women will be denied their vote in Sunday’s election

By - 06.06.2017

When men hijack women’s votes, internationals criticize ‘family voting’ and the core problem is overlooked by all.

Perspectives | Human Rights

I need something less than a National Day

By - 07.04.2017

‘Kosovo National Roma Day’ is a ridiculous circus that helps no one.