Justice comes from squares, streets and citizens’ assemblies
Socioeconomic violence and justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“Anti-defamation” laws swim against democracy
The Albanian prime minister’s proposed laws continue their journey.
Two years, no justice for deported Turkish teachers
Pandemic risk in Turkey’s prisons adds to families’ worries.
Kosovo’s controversial car insurance hikes
Transparency and legality of Central Bank’s decision questioned.
Landmark decision for transgender rights
Blert Morina exercises right to change name and sex marker.
Activists challenge EU and MOJ on new Civil Code
Concerns raised that new legislation violates Constitution.
Kosovo’s current approach to Serbia’s war crimes is legally useless
Here’s what it should be doing instead.
Judiciary struggles with politician prosecutions
Months after positive assessment, final verdicts in high profile cases remain rare.