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...

The Liquor of Fruit and Fire 0

By: Finnian James BELGRADE, Feb. 18, 2017 – Serbs will tell you, rakija (rakiya) puts all other liquor to shame....

Learning Pain 0

By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, December 8, 2016 – Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of...

Still an Open Wound: Radio Television of Serbia 0

By Emma Woods BELGRADE, 16 October – The headquarters to the Serbian public broadcaster is startlingly incompatible with its surroundings. ...

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...

Collaborative Performing? The Contested Nature of Theater in Belgrade 0

By Sarah Edwards During my interviews and conversations with people in the theater community, I found this unexpected tension between...

Privatization: A part of Serbia’s media puzzle 0

By Alexandra Cheney BELGRADE, December 10 – For decades most media outlets in Serbia have relied on a daily news...

Burek: A Warm Welcome to Belgrade 0

By Maeve Rogers BELGRADE, February 22, 2016 Burek will stop you in your tracks the first time you smell it....

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...

Youth Initiative for Human Rights gives a microphone for youth voices 0

by Rachel Brustein BELGRADE – Sixteen years after the war between Serbia and Kosovo, and seven years since Pristina unilaterally...