Human Rights

Alternative Child Protection Services and Deinstitutionalisation in Armenia

With over 2,500 institutionalised children, Armenia needs to promote alternative care mechanisms. The Child Protection Network advocates for de-institutionalisation

European Union

F1 and the limits of public diplomacy

The economic crisis and the cold international attendance at the Baku European Games are some possible explanations for the partial change of diplomatic strategy of Azerbaijan

Economy

Renewable energy in the Balkans: enough bad

Despite the commitments defined by the Energy Community Treaty, most of the investments in the energy sector in the Western Balkans are still directed to coal plants

Environment

Renewable energy in the Balkans: enough bad

Despite the commitments defined by the Energy Community Treaty, most of the investments in the energy sector in the Western Balkans are still directed to coal plants

Media

Croatia: radio and tv under the blows of the conservatives

A month after the fall of the government, right-wing parties remain in control of the Croatian public service, with layoffs and cancellations

Migration

Greece: media and migration

How to report on migration? How to respect the rights of asylum seekers, refugees, and minorities? The case of Greece and the proposal of the "Charter of Idomeni"

Justice

Izetbegović visits Kazani in first gesture of acknowledgment

For the first time a Bosniak leader goes to Kazani, which somehow symbolizes the crimes committed by parts of the Army of BiH against Serbs and Croats in besieged Sarajevo