2 February 2016
Protests in Nardaran, a majority conservative Shia village in the outskirts of Baku, indicate a growing discontent for the country's difficult social and economic conditions
26 January 2016
According to a judgement of the Kosovo Constitutional Court, all the deputies in the National Assembley must be present to choose the next president. This is why, mantains Andrea Capussela, Hashim Thaci is not going to be elected
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Inadequate police internal investigations hobble criminal prosecution, analysis indicates
Journalists protest all over Serbia. The Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, says it as an attempt to destabilize the government, and calls for early elections
GiuliaBlocal is back in the Balkans! Here her road-trip through western Macedonia: Skopje, Tetovo, Mavrovo Park, Ohrid, Bitola and Prilep. Enjoy!
The video of the workshop: Media freedom and the growth of the European public sphere
The port of Giurgiuleşti, via a system of canals, represents Moldavia's only access to the sea. All around it, though, is void
Güler Aziz died in September while fighting in Rojava, the predominantly Kurdish region of Syria. His corpse, however, had to await too long before it was able to return home
OBC is one of the founding members of the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) in Leipzig
In November 2015, OBC promoted the international conference TransEurope. Civil Society networks. Here you can find the three position papers presented during the conference, including the comments collected within the three seminars.
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