The available narratives about violent extremism in Kosovo have less to do with Kosovo’s ‘radical Islamists’ and more with projected fears of a Europe that is polarized.
Citing socio-economic factors, disappointment in state institutions, and isolation as main push factors, a new report finds that perceptions of violent extremism in Kosovo have increased.
The award-winning show was once more lauded for investigating corruption in the Kosovo justice system.
Kallxo is about to launch new smartphone app, making it possible for Kosovo citizens to report injustice “as soon as they see it,” says UNDP Kosovo head Andrew Russell.
Just next to the pier of Prizren’s Lumbardhi river, the Museum of Corruption has opened its ‘doors’ to the public. There, citizens of a hypothet...