This executive summary provides an overview of a research study conducted to assess e-wastemanagement in Kosovo. Click here to download.
This document is a product of the Erasmus+ funded project “Walking the path of reconciliation- empowering communities for a peaceful society”, implemented by BBA and partners during 2019-2022. The European …
Qualitative researches have been conducted in bosnia and herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania and Turkey under the project “Divided Past – Joint Future“.
It has been more than 18 years since the end of war in Kosovo and although there have been significant improvements, many societal challenges, political instabilities and environmental problems remain. We are not unique in this. Many other countries face similar challenges, as we see from the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted in 2015 by 193 nations.
The rise of digital media embodies of what is called the democratization of freedom of expression. It sees no information boundaries, in a sense that it consents anyone to be a writer, broadcaster or publisher.
This paper is part of the project “Defending human rights in the digital age”, and is implemented by the Association for Privacy, Technology and Media “LENS” as leader, and NGO Kosovar Center for International Cooperation – KCIC as a co-implementer.
Elections are considered as a very important aspect of democracy and the implementation of such processes in a free and fair way is an essential human right as well.
To be young has always been construed as having the opportunity and, more importantly, the time to become what one wishes to. Unfortunately youth in Kosovo are facing difficulties in regard of the labour market possibilities. Youth and other groups that are in the risk of marginalization, present a very large number in Kosovo and this problem is considered to be a very serious challenge within state development.