Kosovo 2.0

Kosovo: the journalist Parim Olluri is under attack


A prominent Kosovar journalist, Parim Olluri, the executive director of the online newspaper “Insajderi”, was beaten by three people in front of his apartment in Pristina. The perpetrators and the motives of the attack remain unknown, while Kosovo Police has confirmed that the case is under investigation. The Association of Journalists of Kosovo (AJK) reacted by calling on state authorities to bring the perpetrators to justice as “such attacks damage in essence the freedom of expression and the media”.

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Kosovar journalists need to demand implementation of their access to information rights


In Kosovo, access to information is well guaranteed in theory — in practise it’s a different story.

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Journalism is dead


For liberal democracy as we know it, the decline of professional journalism is certainly bad news — without it, vocal majorities dictate political decisions increasingly rooted in extreme, intolerant values.

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Branko Cecen: Investigative journalists face media lynchings, threats and physical assaults in Vucic’s Serbia


Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) director on why he walked out of prime minister’s speech at regional media conference.

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Access to information in practice, not just on paper


Legal frameworks aren't being reflected in reality when it comes to transparency.

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The sweet taste of Swedish democracy


A trip to Stockholm highlights how far Kosovo has to go when it comes to media freedom and human rights.

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Time for Kosovo's media to get serious on transitional justice


Journalists should not avoid complex issue of transitional justice.

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Kosovo's public discourse is toxic


The web has become a place to attack others at the expense of a participated and enriched debate.

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Serbia, censorship according to Aleksandar Vučić


An exhibition organised by the Serbian Progressive Party of Prime Minister Vučić tries to counter criticism about censorship in the Serbian media. The effect, however, is that of a blacklist.

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