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.
Retirees from minority communities complain about the lack of health and social care from Kosovo institutions.
Curbs on media freedom and slow progress in war crimes cases marked human rights in Kosovo during 2016, according to Human Rights Watch World Report.
Members of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities demand equal employment opportunities at local institutions.