18 November 2015
The Kosovo Constitutional Court has suspended the Pristina-Belgrade agreement on Serb-majority municipalities. It is a political move, breaching the very Constitution the Court should protect
- Andrea Oskari Rossini | 16 November 2015
- Violeta Hyseni Kelmendi | 10 November 2015
- Marzia Bona | 10 November 2015
- Danilo Elia | 5 November 2015
- Arzu Geybullayeva | 30 October 2015
- Rodolfo Toè | 28 October 2015
- MIGRATION A Balkan Odyssey
- PRIZES CEI SEEMO Award for Outstanding Merits i...
- INTERVIEW Vukašin Obradović: critical media under...
- BOSNIA Bosnia and Herzegovina: tragedy in negle...
- GEORGIA At risk Rustavi 2, Georgia's most popula...
- MEDIAFREEDOM Serbia: the out-priced State media
- KOSOVO Kosovo: the Association of Serb Municipa...
- MIGRATION The Balkan trail: Orban's wall
- MIGRATION The new wall and us: children who do and...
- BOSNIA Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Bobar Banka...
- CINEMA Lost birds
- MEDIAFREEDOM Journalism in Macedonia: the awful truth
The video of the workshop: Media freedom and the growth of the European public sphere
On November 21st, as a side event of the international conference Transeuropa organized by Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso, a working meeting was held with ECPMF media partners. Some pictures of the meeting
Arrested at the end of August and charged with “engagement in terrorist activities”, the journalist Mohammed Rasool is still detained in Turkey. A warning for journalism and foreign media outlets
The avant-garde scene of the Belgrade youth, at the crossroads between past and future. By Filippo Bardazzi and Laura Chiaroni, co-published with Rassegna Est
A hot summer’s night in Tbilisi and the roar of motorcycles fills the air at the very end of a sidestreet running adjacent to the city’s Opera House.
Freelance journalist Arzu Geybullayeva, intervied during the OSCE conference #FEMJournosafe, talks about the online threats she received
The flow of migrants and refugees along the Balkan trail is turning into a humanitarian crisis, with no recognition of the needs of vulnerable categories. Reports of violence by the Bulgarian police
After years of mistrust, thanks to massive international support and political changes, Georgian agriculture has learned that unity makes for strength
Thousands of refugees and asylum-seekers fleeing war and persecutions, are making a dangerous journey across the Balkans to enter the European Union. A Dossier
In the spring of 1930, the Russian poet Osip Mandel'štam set out on a long journey with his wife Nadežda in the Caucasus, the last one before being comdemned to confinement and later death in a Siberian concentration camp. The travel of the two writers, their life and poetry, are the subject of Osservatorio's new documentary project. The multimedia