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Community College Initiative (CCI) Program

Increase your skills and expertise at a U.S. Community College! Application Deadline: February 4, 2022 The Community College Initiative (CCI) Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, provides opportunities for individuals from Kosovo to develop leadership...

“Metaverse, DeepMediaTech & Women: Where do we stand?”

KosovaLive, in cooperation with Albany Associates and supported by the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and British Embassy in Prishtina organized the hybrid conference “Metaverse, DeepMediaTech & Women: Where do we stand?”. This high-level...

WHO-UNICEF: HealthBuddy+ application for COVID-19

WHO-UNICEF: HealthBuddy+ application for COVID-19

HealthBuddy+ app is an online interactive digital tool that provides access to up-to-date and evidence-based information on COVID-19 including vaccination. HealthBuddy+ is now available in Albanian and Serbian language thanks to the support of WHO Office in Pristina....

Call for Applications: Online Course on Media Literacy

KosovaLive and IREX are currently implementing the Learn to Discern (L2D) – Kosovo project to address Kosovo’s media and information consumption challenges by equipping more than a 1,100 young adults with media and information literacy skills through development of...

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Call for Applications: Online Course on Media Literacy

Call for Applications: Online Course on Media Literacy

KosovaLive and IREX are currently implementing the Learn to Discern (L2D) – Kosovo project to address Kosovo’s media and information consumption challenges by equipping more than a 1,100 young adults with media and information literacy skills through development of...

Expression of Interest for In-Person Attendance for private, public and aid-agencies: Metaverse, DeepMediaTech & Women: Where do we stand?

“Metaverse, DeepMediaTech & Women: Where do we stand?

Save the Date Global communication was transformed when the internet became mainstream in the 1990s. It took only about a decade and a half after that for social media to transform our societies and the way we interact with content, consume news, communicate with...

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A monument highlights environmental issues, but has limitations

A monument highlights environmental issues, but has limitations

Nita Qena handpainted the entire monument herself last February and has been involved in the Newborn sign’s evolution since Ismaili, her husband, revealed it when Kosovo gained independence on February 17, 2008. She hoped to use environmentally-friendly paint to fit the theme, but Qena had to use oil-based paint in order for the design to handle all kinds of weather until the monument is repainted next February.

Divided mining complex oxidizes amid multiple truths

Divided mining complex oxidizes amid multiple truths

Across the bridge to the north, drivers and passerby read only Cyrillic letters of the Serbian language on street signs, storefronts, food labels, anti-Kosovo graffiti and billboards thanking Russian President Vladimir Putin. People exchange Serbian dinars for coffee and plum brandy instead of euros. Russian and Serbian flags flap against the wind and hang from every building in the city center.

Newborn reclaimed with mixed reactions

Newborn reclaimed with mixed reactions

Ismaili first started changing Newborn’s theme in 2013. Previously, the government would not permit Ismaili to repaint it. Overlapping signatures and graffiti buried the faded monument before the government updated it on the 2013 anniversary.

Microbrewery aims to add new flavors to Kosovo beer scene one bottle at a time

Microbrewery aims to add new flavors to Kosovo beer scene one bottle at a time

PRISTINA – Kosovo’s first microbrewery Sabaja, located just outside the city in Gracanica continues to find growing success as they enter their fourth year of business. Working with local restaurants, supermarkets and festivals, such as Beer Fest Kosova. Sabaja founder Alex Butler has made a name for himself and his partners in the Kosovo beer scene.

Recycling and clean-up programs having mixed success

Recycling and clean-up programs having mixed success

In a small office south of the Bill Clinton statue in Pristina, Nora Cukaj scrolls through a picture album on Facebook. The page for her organization —Let’s Do It Kosova – is filled with pictures from projects across the country. With a bright red fingernail, she pointed at the most recent set of pictures. Two men stand in a shallow river, pulling paper and plastic from a tangle near the pillar of a bridge.

We are located in the media complex in the center of the capital city of Prishtina. What once used to house the first Albanian newspaper Rilindja, now is the Governmental building and we are right close to it.