The first person to speak on television about her experience of wartime rape in Kosovo, Vasfije Krasniqi Goodman told the story of her lengthy legal battle in the Kosovo courts.
As Kosovo’s LGBTQ+ community prepares to celebrate its second Pride parade on Wednesday, organizer of the parade, Blert Morina, describes balancing the scales between activism and celebration.
For doctors and mothers alike, breastfeeding sits in a precarious position between institutional negligence and societal prejudice, remaining one of the lowest-funded health issues in Kosovo.
Memorials to fallen Yugoslav Partisan fighters are no longer popular in Kosovo – and the fate of Prishtina’s old war memorials is uncertain.
As talks of a final deal between Kosovo and Serbia grow more frequent, Bekim Blakaj of the Kosovo Humanitarian Law Center implores both sides to consider meaningful reconciliation.