Balkan.Perspectives #16

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Exhibition “Data: Mars” – Protests and Women’s Activism in Kosovo

Feminist activism has a long history of erasure and marginalization. The historical amnesia surrounding women’s movements renders any attempt of unearthing their genealogies and experiences an act of intervention in itself. Grounding women’s movements, however, calls for tackling the complexities and the historical context in which these movements emerged. Academic and artistic endeavours in mapping women’s movements and experience by […]

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Women’s Protests in the 1990s in Kosovo: The Story of Igo Rogova

For several years, Albanians faced continuous occupation and violation of the rights to work, freedom of language, gathering, music, and moving. However, this became worse under the oppressive policies of Milošević’s regime. In 1998, the situation went from bad to worse. The Serbian police and armed forces started massacring civilians, raping women, burning villages, and perpetrating other crimes in Kosovo. […]

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Towards the 30th anniversary of the Croatian Anti-War Campaign

Regardless of how conflicts are solved, people in these areas will continue to live together. We all need peace; therefore, we must work on developing the democracy and achieving economic, social, and ecological well-being. Our interests are the same; war and violence harm everyone. From the Charter of the Anti-war Campaign This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the launch […]

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