Tag: Women’s Rights

Lately | Human Rights Journalism Fellowship

Call for Applications: Human Rights Journalism Fellowship 2020

By - 02.06.2020

Kosovo 2.0 in partnership with Kosovar Center for Gender Studies, and Center for Equality and Liberty (CEL) launch the third cycle of the 6-month fellowship program.

In-depth | Women's Rights

A woman’s work is never done

By - 07.05.2020

Unpaid labor intensifies during COVID-19 response.

Blogbox | Women's Rights

Kosovo women’s struggle between family and career

By - 29.04.2020

The oppressive trade-off, seen through Simone de Beauvoir’s lens.

In-depth | Media

Women rewriting the rules in journalism

By - 22.04.2020

The investigative journalists defying structural gender barriers.

Blogbox | Feminism

Is feminism compatible with Albanianism?

By - 08.03.2020

The influence of tradition vs. the tide of feminism.

Lately | Politics

Women’s political empowerment meets its limit

By - 14.02.2020

Deputy candidate misses out — because she’s a woman.

One-on-one | Women's Rights

Lara Whyte: Feminist Investigative journalism is interrogating the patriarchy

By - 31.01.2020

The well-known journalist from Northern Ireland talks about women on the frontlines, the far-right and investigating patriarchy.

Fellowship | Human Rights 2 | In-depth | Sports

The injured and the damaged

By - 27.12.2019

What happens when Kosovar athletes are hurt.

Fellowship | Human Rights 2 | In-depth | Women's Rights

They want a boy

By - 23.12.2019

Pressure from family and society to have boys is pushing women towards selective abortions.

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