Tag: Serbia

One-on-one | Serbia

Staša Zajović: It’s often forgotten that human rights encompass the freedom to dream

By - 29.12.2018

Women in Black group coordinator talks refugees, wars, Kosovo’s independence and human rights.

In-depth | Army

After the war ends

By - 24.12.2018

Solving war veterans’ issues across the Balkans.

Blogbox | Serbia

Youth Initiative activists will not be silenced

By - 08.11.2018

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

Perspectives | The past, now | Politics

Serbia has scarcely tried to escape Milošević’s poison

By - 28.09.2018

After the ’90s, the process of denazification in Serbia never really began.

In-depth | Environment

Serbia’s struggle for rivers — and survival

By - 20.09.2018

Citizens say hydropower battle is just getting started.

Blogbox | LGBTI

‘Love is a traditional value, not hate or violence’

By - 18.09.2018

Despite a successfully organized Pride, Serbian society is no closer to maturity or tolerance.

Perspectives | Dialogue

Vučić comes to Kosovo

By - 10.09.2018

Serbian president’s visit shows campaigning skills but gives no insight into dialogue.

One-on-one | Feminism

Adriana Zaharijević: Feminism is the standard bugbear

By - 10.09.2018

Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 3) — Philosopher from Belgrade talks about feminism, communism and transition.

In-depth | Activism

The citizen activists struggling for their city

By - 01.04.2018

Four years on, ‘Ne da(vi)mo Beograd’ refuses to go away.

In-depth | Politics

Another ‘normalized’ day between Kosovo and Serbia

By , , - 27.03.2018

Đurić deportation causes yet another rift in relations.

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