Pristina

Conflict & Justice

'I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at'

Since moving back to Kosovo, my birthplace, from Canada four years ago, I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at, and heard all sorts of disgusting commentary about my legs, my body, my genitals, you name it, all while simply walking down the street. New research shows what Kosovar women have always known: street harassment affects women across Kosovo, regardless of geographical location, ethnicity, sexual orientation and able-bodiedness.

Conflict & Justice

'I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at'

Since moving back to Kosovo, my birthplace, from Canada four years ago, I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at, and heard all sorts of disgusting commentary about my legs, my body, my genitals, you name it, all while simply walking down the street. New research shows what Kosovar women have always known: street harassment affects women across Kosovo, regardless of geographical location, ethnicity, sexual orientation and able-bodiedness.

Politics

Kosovo's 'The Pimpsons'

Kosovo designer Fisnik Ismaili is unhappy with the role of US Ambassador to Kosovo Christopher Dell has with local politics. Ismaili has created a critical comic strip called "The Pimpsons." It borrows liberally from "The Simpsons." Nate Tabak reports.

Conflict & Justice

'I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at'

Since moving back to Kosovo, my birthplace, from Canada four years ago, I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at, and heard all sorts of disgusting commentary about my legs, my body, my genitals, you name it, all while simply walking down the street. New research shows what Kosovar women have always known: street harassment affects women across Kosovo, regardless of geographical location, ethnicity, sexual orientation and able-bodiedness.

Politics

Kosovo's 'The Pimpsons'

Kosovo designer Fisnik Ismaili is unhappy with the role of US Ambassador to Kosovo Christopher Dell has with local politics. Ismaili has created a critical comic strip called "The Pimpsons." It borrows liberally from "The Simpsons." Nate Tabak reports.