When it comes to the next generation, building a framework for a more trusting, collaborative society can begin in the simplest of ways, including through storytelling.
At the Lipjan/Lipljan Correctional Center for Women and Juveniles, women these days are busy at work measuring ingredients, monitoring ovens, and testing out their new equipment.
This spring, 177 women and 23 men from different communities across Kosovo worked together towards a singular goal: creating thousands of protective cloth masks for distribution throughout Kosovo.
In light of recent developments related to the unresolved situation of the Kosovo-Serb returnee in Gjakova/Đakovica, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK, Zahir Tanin, recalls the importance of promoting an
Sharing their experiences from different realms of civil society and government, on 23 June, the United Nations family in Kosovo hosted Global Open Day on Women, Peace and Security in Kosovo to highlight the importance of women’s meaningful participat
Over the past six years, UNMIK has worked in partnership with local judicial authorities to improve the quality of translation and multilingual services within the Kosovo court system to facilitate equal access to justice for all commu
A special milestone for linguistic diversity in Kosovo was marked at the “Pjetër Bogdani” Library in Pristina on 20 May - the presentation of the print edition of the largest Serbian-Albanian, Albanian-Serbian dictionary with more than 40,000 words and phrases.