The campaign to lower or eliminate taxes on menstrual products in Kosovo gains momentum as activists seek to combat period poverty and promote gender equality.
In one of the University of Prishtina's campuses, amidst a backdrop of old walls and dormant spaces, a remarkable transformation has taken root. But, it may take some time before the students get to see the first fruits.
Police and prosecutors in Kosovo are struggling to solve violent crimes, particularly when they occur in a northern pocket of the country populated mainly by Serbs, according to a BIRN analysis of crime data illustrated in an interactive map.
The exhibition ‘Racial Diagnosis: Gypsy’ at the National Museum of Kosovo displays photographs of Roma and Sinti people who were killed at the Nazis’ Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp during World War II.
The number of women studying information and communication technology has increased quickly in Kosovo, more than in many other European countries. Prishtina Insight looks closer at the phenomenon and the actors behind it.