e enjte, 29 Mars, 2018

Young people aim for “a different kind” of  interethnic communication 

Fitim Krasniqi, a senior in the Department of Communication in the University of Prishtina’s Technical Faculty, lives in Mitrovica and works for the Danish organization “Danish Refugee Council”. In his opinion, even though the Ashkali community to which he belongs faces many difficulties, things are “improving”. “Many young people are being educated in different levels

e mërkurë, 28 Mars, 2018

An “invisible” killer in the city

Around 100 former employees of “Sharr Salloniti” company have allegedly died as a result of working in environments with the presence of asbestos, and numerous other former employees have been suffering health consequences due to the same

e premte, 23 Mars, 2018

Local initiatives go beyond just volunteering

Vlora Krasniqi, student, has been volunteering for over five years. For two years she was the leader of the Local Youth Council of Action in Vushtrri and during this time Vlora alongside other youngsters from town was

e mërkurë, 21 Mars, 2018

Students are dropping out of school, not just because of economic reasons

In the 2014/2015 school year, 45 students from the “Eqrem Çabej” gymnasium in Vushtrri dropped out of school. This school has around 1,500 students. A direct reason why all these students dropped out of school was the

e mërkurë, 21 Mars, 2018

Only around 30 blind people have a job in Kosovo currently

Haki Ahmeti, a 57-year-old, is one of the few Kosovar citizens who has a full-time job even though he cannot see. He has been offering services as a physiotherapy technician at the General Hospital “Dr. Sami Haxhibeqiri”

e martë, 20 Mars, 2018

Kosovar women entrepreneurship still limited to small businesses

Ilire Lepaj, a 35-year-old woman from Prishtina a year and a half ago decided to open her own store which she named “IL Art e Zanat.” In this store, which is located in the center of the

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