Blocked in the Balkans: the refugees that Europe won’t allow in
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
This story was first published in Vice.com By Annie Cheney BELGRADE – Mazlam Dzemailoski is on a tight schedule. “You came...

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...