Amid a crackdown on illegal activity stemming from Prishtina’s massage parlors, employees and experts are doubtful that the obstacles to cleaning up one of Kosovo’s shadiest industries can be overcome.
Kosovo citizens gathered in their hundreds to march around the center of Prishtina on Friday to demand an end to violence against women and social, political and economic gender equality.
The feminist movement in Kosovo has experienced a revival, but it remains to be seen if it is ready to join global efforts to reinvent its politics entirely.
Angry but unwavering, the organizers of Marshojme S’Festojme, or ‘We march, we don’t celebrate,’ are as ready as ever to lead the annual march held on International Women’s Day on Friday.
An all-women art exhibition from the National Gallery of Kosovo and the British Council, Perceptions/Burrneshat, opens its doors on Friday evening.