A new draft report published by the Equal Rights for All Coalition argues that Kosovo authorities should prioritize civil registry procedures for minorities.
Tallava, a genre that is both ubiquitous and looked down upon in Kosovo, entered the Balkan music scene in the 1980s and has since evolved into the ultimate pop.
Human Rights Watch called on the UN to provide for Roma they resettled on land contaminated by lead refuse following the Kosovo war.
The best way to deal with racism in Kosovo is to center the dialogue on Kosovo’s own racialized minorities. Treatment of foreigners of color can be part of the conversation without dominating it.
The UN expresses regret for north Kosovo’s Roma communities who suffered lead-poisoning in UNMIK-run IDP camps, but does not offer a plan for individual compensation.