The right to fight for your rights

Is the delimitation a good idea?

We asked young people whether the border demarcation between Kosovo and Serbia is a good idea?


Youth from Kosovo wants to learn Serbian language

Although older generation speak Serbian, young people in Kosovo can’t speak this language. The reason is that they don’t have the opportunity to learn Serbian in schools, in spite of the fact that Serbian language is the second official language in Kosovo. However, young people from Kosovo show a lot of interest to learn Serbian. More in the story brought by Vjosa Cerkini.

How do Montenegrin atheists live?

According to the MONSTAT Institute of Statistics in Montenegro, there are 7,600 atheists, or about 1.5 percent of the population, while religiosity is increasing, many studies say, and religiosity is implied. What is the life of the Montenegrin atheists in the story of our Jelena Kontić.

I want to change the educational system

While filming Perspektiva in Cazin and Velika Kladuša, we met Lajla Žalić, the president of  student council of USC. She attends Gymnasium in Velika Kladuša and since early high school days she has been involved in many extracurricular activities. Her activism made her critically aware of educational system in her school and town, and that’s exactly why she wants to change it. 

Author: Azem Kurtić

I am the girl that breaks prejudices

While her peers are thinking about leaving the state, Alisa thinks about breaking prejudices in her surroundings. She says she likes challenges, so she mastered the art of photography and she does photography for living. She also had a motorcycle ride, and she loves and controlles drones.

Author: Azem Kurtić

The students in Prishtina raise their voice

Students of journalism at the University of Prishtina in their regular activities within the Public Relations course managed to address many of the social problems that plague the citizens of Kosovo. Whether it’s about victims of sexual violence during a recent war or breast cancer, the message of student campaigns is clear: “Silence does not help!”. More in the story of Vjosa Čerkina.

We have to talk about the violence

Peer violence cases in Montenegro gained public attention when a girl’s father stated that she had taken her own life. The second is the case of a 12-year-old girl who was abused by a group of older boys for more than a month, harassed, filmed, blackmailed, asking for money and valuable things from her. After that, the children and the parents started to stand up. The State Prosecution has no record of cases of peer violence, while the NGO “Parents” survey showed that every fourth child in the past school year experienced some form of peer violence.

Author: Jelena Kontić