With the motto “Stand up for human rights,” activists marked International Human Rights Day with an activity organized by the Ombudsperson, suppor...
As women in Kosovo cross the border in hopes of better healthcare, public and private health institutions in Kosovo and Macedonia are not publishing reliable data fundamental to improving public policies for sexual and reproductive health.
Following a trail of fresh evidence from wartime sexual violence survivors in Kosovo, researchers connect the dots and reveal the true pattern of sexual violence as a weapon of war and ethnic cleansing across the country.
As citizens breathe visibly hazardous air in Kosovo once again, institutional initiatives are not curbing the danger to public health, and the problem always leads back to lignite.
Roma children from Albania are forced to beg on the streets of Kosovo with neither their parents nor the authorities prepared to take responsibility for their right to safety, to a life with education or to a secure future.