Salina's dream


"I want to become a veterinarian!" Salina has clear ideas, she knows what her dream is: to achieve it, she is not afraid to challenge the stereotypes that still mark the Albanian society and can count on a school that, starting from the concreteness of earth, aims straight to the future

The return


Gjimi left his mountains as a boy, along with his parents. But both in Tirana and away from Albania he has only found hard work and exploitation. And he decided, with courage, to return to his homeland

The last ones: Serbian and Russian prisoners on the Alpine front


A workshop to write new Wikipedia articles and a visit to a place to find lost memory. OBC Transeuropa conducted a project on Serbian and Russian prisoners of war on the Alpine front during the First World War

Ana E. Juncos, EU Foreign Policy and Resilience


The word resilience in recent years has become increasingly popular in the European Union. What does it mean and what are its implications? An interview with Garcia Ana Elisa Juncos, from the University of Bristol

We, women


For 3 years the W.O.M.E.N project has supported groups of women in mountain areas of northern Albania. It has helped them implement their entrepreneurial ideas, it has given them a future of hope

CPDP Conference: Data protection and democracy


Disinformation online and how it can be addressed is an issue that governments around the world are presently grappling with. The panel: "Disinformation and online advertising: do we need to rethink the Internet’s business model?"

The EU expat vote in the European elections


EU citizens living in a member state other than their country of origin represent more than 3% of the European electorate. In previous European elections, the majority of these citizens did not vote. Will they vote this time round?

Greece: protests in Athens against the Prespa Agreement


The Prespa agreement, that should put an end to the twenty-years name dispute between Greece and the future (North) Macedonia was signed on 17 June 2018. It now needs to be ratified by the Greek parliament, and it is expected to be brought for voting later this week. A demonstration, which gathered thousands of people from all over Greece, was organized on Sunday to protest against the agreement. According to the demonstrators, (North) Macedonia shouldn’t have the right to use a name that is considered to be historically and culturally related to Greece. They demanded a national referendum on the agreement.

Tom Law on Media Literacy for newsrooms


Last December Tom Law from the "Ethical Journalism Network" (EJN) held a training at the Centre for International Cooperation in Trento on "Media Literacy": what does that mean exactly? How can newsrooms foster critical thinking? An interview.

The role of external actors in the South Caucasus


The presentation by Giorgio Comai, researcher at OBC Transeuropa, at the 3rd Oxford Conference on contemporary South Caucasus issues, jointly organised by LINKS (DAR) and the University of Oxford