As we mark International Children's Day, many of Kosovo’s Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian youth continue to live in miserable conditions, plagued by food, education and healthcare shortages with no social or institutional care in sight.
The new Kosovo branch of the Scouts of America is instilling a sense of adventure in Kosovo’s kids, teaching its ‘cubs’ to be brave, loyal, kind, friendly, obedient, and to step up and give back to their community.
A day spent with Aldi Hoxha, a man with Down syndrome from Gjakova who lives, works, hangs out with friends and plays basketball in Prishtina.
Albanian students, for the fourth consecutive day, have taken to the streets to oppose the increase of university tuition fees and demanding better conditions in education.
In an interview on education issues for Jeta ne Kosove, Libor Chlad, Deputy Head of Cooperation of the EU Office in Kosovo calls for parents, teachers and public officials to take charge of reform for the benefit of Kosovo’s youth.