Tag: Human Rights

Blogbox | Serbia

Youth Initiative activists will not be silenced

By - 08.11.2018

While war criminals take the spotlight, young protesters face hefty fines.

In-depth | Gender

The politicization of having children

By - 31.10.2018

How birth rates became and remain a political tool between Kosovo and Serbia.

Lately | Human Rights

K2.0 wins human rights journalism prize

By - 04.10.2018

Four-part documentary dives into the lives of LGBT persons in Kosovo.

In-depth | Human Rights

Standing up for Roma rights

By - 29.12.2017

The Gracanica paralegal seeking equality.

In-depth | Human Rights

Battling back against narratives of prejudice

By - 20.12.2017

Fred Taikon has spent his life promoting Roma culture.

Lately | Human Rights

Rights of war-related sexual violence survivors demanded

By - 13.12.2017

New Amnesty International report launched in Prishtina.

In-depth | Human Rights

Fighting for human rights

By , - 10.12.2017

K2.0 talks with six activists battling for change.

Lately | Education

Unequal access to education

By - 06.12.2017

Disabled children’s right to education is their most violated right.

One-on-one | Human Rights

Sian Jones: Institutions have done nothing for survivors of sexual violence — now it’s their chance to do something

By - 09.10.2017

Amnesty International’s researcher for Kosovo talks to K2.0 about war crimes, missing persons and failed justice.

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