The high rates of unemployment and job insecurity caused by a large informal sector, are only two of the barriers that women face in the job market in Kosovo. The insufficient implementation of the law and the current legal framework allow women to be discriminated against on the basis of age.K
Author: Vjosa Çerkini.
Mentor: Kaltrina Krasniqi.
Camera and editing: Arben Pnishi.
This publication is part of the third cycle of the Human Rights Journalism Fellowship Program, supported by the European Union Office in Kosovo. The program is co-supported by the National Endowment for Democracy. This program is being implemented by Kosovo 2.0, in partnership with Kosovar Center for Gender Studies (KCGS), and Center for Equality and Liberty (CEL). Its contents are the sole responsibility of Kosovo 2.0 and do not necessarily reflect the views of the donors.