Blocked in the Balkans: the refugees that Europe won’t allow in 0

This story was first published in The Guardian  on August 8, 2017. by Finnian James, Belgrade When the Faqirzada family set out...

Bosnia’s Roma Try to Break Out of Isolation 0

This story was first published in  Balkan Insight  on June 14, 2017. By Hoi Mun Yee Melina Halilovic is the first Roma...

Students Challenge Ethnically-Divided Education in Bosnia 0

This story was first published in  Balkan Insight  on June 12, 2017. by Katherine Heroux Jajce, Bosnia-Herzegovina – Faruk Bubric, an 18-year...

Tech upstarts power hope for Kosovo 0

This story was first published in The Detroit News  on March 30, 2017. By Bernardo Reyes Facio Pristina, Kosovo – It’s hard to...

Kosovo’s Female MPs Unite to Challenge Injustice 0

This story was first published in Balkan Insight . By Meredith Howe When Shqipe Pantina, 42, a former civil society activist, decided to...

Changing Belgrade Street Names: A Sign of the Times 0

This story was first published in  Balkan Transitional Justice . By Leah Willingham For 70 years, Marko Cabric’s family has lived in the...

Balkan Youth Office Aims to Breach Wartime Divides 0

This story was first published in  Balkan Transitional Justice . By Carolyne Paletta Djordje Bojovic was 19 years old and fearful the first...

Not a Sprint, but a Marathon 0

This story was originally published in  Belgrade Insight  print edition on March 18, 2016. By Carolyn Paletta “I’m not sure why you’re...

Gnezdo Organic: Food with a Conscience 0

This story was originally published in Belgrade Insight print edition on November 6. By Anna Squires Gnezdo Organic is probably the only...

Over Olympics and Kosovo, Serbia’s hands are bound 0

This story was first published in Vice.com By Annie Cheney BELGRADE – Mazlam Dzemailoski is on a tight schedule. “You came...