Tag: Human Rights

Perspectives | Human Rights

Survivors’ needs should be at the very heart of the rape photos debate

By - 17.05.2019

People’s lives and traumas should never be part of a political game.

Perspectives | BiH

Since when is keeping migrants in cages EU standards?

By - 28.04.2019

Footage from Bosnia and Herzegovina screams out for a reaction.

Perspectives | Human Rights

The government of Kosovo is failing its human rights obligations

By - 13.03.2019

Why Kosovo needs robust legislation on state responsibility for human rights violations.

One-on-one | Human Rights

Fotis Filippou: Change needs to come through people power

By - 22.12.2018

Amnesty International’s European campaigns director talks mass mobilization, targeted messaging and the democratization of protests in the digital world.

In-depth | Sexual Violence

Survivors speak in the wake of Vasfije

By - 20.12.2018

Wartime sexual violence survivors share their own experiences.

Lately | Volume Up

Volume UP: Fotis Filippou on advocacy campaigns

By - 11.12.2018

K2.0 brings Amnesty  International Campaigns Director for Europe to Prishtina for public talk.  

Fellowship | Human Rights | In-depth | Minority Rights

Life and death: The harsh reality of pregnancy in Kosovo

By - 10.12.2018

Minority women lack critical access to health care and maternity medicine.

Fellowship | Human Rights | In-depth | Gender Equality

Biased legislation favors tradional gender roles

By - 10.12.2018

A look into policies on maternity, paternity and parental leave.

Fellowship | Human Rights | In-depth | Children

Extreme poverty forces children to be bread-winners

By - 10.12.2018

Vicious cycle of childhood poverty in Kosovo robs children of their rights.

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