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PEER-TO-PEER – Cultural events

Based on the straightforward logic of People-to-People approach (P2P) programming that strives for the creation of opportunities for a series of interactions between conflicting groups in order to promote mutual understanding, trust, empathy, and resilient societal ties.

Activities are designed to follow the linear logic of P2P programming: understand-appreciate-collaborate, thereby establishing causative relations between beneficiary interests and objectives of the intervention.

For more information about the activities, click on this link:

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REUNION – Movie screening

REUNION –  Movie screening
Documentary movie by: Jon Haukeland,  presented on 22 October, 2020,  Mitrovica Social Club

NGO Aktiv organized a screening of the documentary Reunion, the participants in the screening were young people from the Serbian and Albanian communities.

Steinar Bryn from the Nansen Academy in Lillehammer, who is one of the participants in the film, addressed the audience through livestream from Norway as an introduction to the movie.

The film of director Jon Haukeland is based on previous documentary Before the bombs fell from 1999, on a group of Serbian and Albanian students from Kosovo who met just before the Kosovo war. Ten years later, the participants gather again and for the first time they get to see the film about themselves. It triggers a psychological process in both the winners and losers of the war. Those who were previously victims may seem to have taken on the role of oppressors.

The screening served as the base of an interesting discussion that took place after the movie.


Public call for student/youth groups to take part in a grass-root youth cooperation initiative

“Tackle the existing stereotypes and prejudices in Kosovo”

NGO AKTIV invites all student/youth groups from of all ethnic backgrounds to propose youth cooperation initiatives that will be supported through the project Transforming Conflicting Perceptions through Increased Civic and Community Engagement in Kosovo and implemented by student/youth groups.

Within the framework of the project, and after the production of the Index of Ethnic Stereotypes in Kosovo (a consolidated record of documented stereotypical characteristics that influence ethnic relations in Kosovo) students will be offered the opportunity to propose and implement activities based on the problems identified by the study.

Students are invited to propose grass-root youth cooperation initiatives (up to 3) that will be supported through this project and implemented by student/youth and members of the Kosovo Coalition for Reconciliation (KCR)

The best initiatives will be selected and supported with a grant of up to 5,000 EUR.  This initiative will be implemented by KCR in close cooperation with student/youth groups.

The types of activities that may be supported by this call are as follows:

  • Local capacity-building and awareness-raising projects that support/encourage youth participation in monitoring reforms, in promoting rule of law and EU values;
  • Civic dialogue with local stakeholders;
  • Organizing local public events, debates, workshops, seminars, study visits;
  • Conducting research work and local public-opinion surveys;
  • Events that promote youth participation – exhibitions, film/video materials or other similar activities;
  • Advocacy events and activities;
  • Other activities that support interethnic cooperation and reconciliation.

The following types of activities will not be supported:

  • Any activities that take place outside of Kosovo;
  • Activities that only or mainly involve individual sponsorships for participation in workshops, seminars, conferences and congresses;
  • Activities that only or mainly involve individual scholarships for studies or training courses;
  • Activities focused on construction activities, the purchase of equipment, and the purchase and/or renovation of buildings or offices;
  • Activities aimed at collecting charitable donations or other similar profit-generating initiatives;

Application Procedure

All initiative proposals should include:

1) A description of the applicant(s) (one or more), including basic background information (CVs of all applicants), a short motivation letter and a copy of Kosovo ID;

2) An outline of the project, including:

  • Direct beneficiaries.
  • Project activities
  • Expected outcomes

3) A brief (two to three sentences) overview of the estimated expenses that will be incurred by the activities.)

Please fill in the application form attached to this call.

The KCR will support and implement a limited number of initiatives (3) that may last up to two (2) months in duration and that will have a maximum budget of 5,000 Euros.

The deadline for the submission of project proposals is 30.10.2020.

Applications should be submitted to:

You can get receive information via email or by calling +381638050423 and + 38349232607.




Public call for internship at Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo

Public call for internship at Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo

Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo (HLC Kosovo) invites all students (third and fourth year of study) of the University of Pristina, Faculty of Law (public and private college), to apply for an internship for monitoring war crime trails in Kosovo. The duration of the internship will be from three (3) to six (6) months.

During the internship period, students will have opportunities to participate and to monitor the court session of war crime trials in Kosovo in front of Kosovo Courts, as well as learn more about transitional justice process through the work of HLC Kosovo.

This activity is part of a broader project “Transforming conflicting perceptions through increased civic and community engagement in Kosovo” implemented by Kosovo Coalition for Reconciliation (KCR) project is financed by European Union’s office in Kosovo, and the British Embassy in Pristina funded project “Monitoring Conflict Related Crime Trials in Kosovo and the Inclusion of the Youth in the Justice Sector”.

HLC Kosovo will cover the costs of students who will be engaged in monitoring these hearings.

Required Documents:


Motivation letter

Certificate of grades

How to apply:

Interested students should send the following documents to Only selected students will be contacted for an interview.

Students must be in third or fourth year of bachelor studies in the Faculty of Law, although students in the last year of studies profiled in the Criminal Law or International Law will be prioritized;

The student must have completed the exams of Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Law; The average grade should be above 7.5;

Knowledge of Serbian language is an advantage;

Students who have not attended any internships until now, as well as students from different communities living in Kosovo are encouraged to apply.

If you have any question, you are welcome to address them to Amer Alija on

The deadline for submitting applications is November 5, 2020.


The first part of Feminist Spring School 2020


From September 28 to October 1, 2020, the first part of the Feminist Spring School for Kosovo and Serbia 2019 was held in Pristina, with participants, young women from Kosovo and Srbija. Like every year, Feminist Spring School provided a space for young women to unite and create a common vision for the feminist movement in Kosovo and Serbia to combat negative influences as a result of patriarchal systems, and other systems that promotes wars, hates, racism, discrimination, etc. Organized with a different modality than other years, this year, due to protection from Covid-19, young women from Serbia did not travel to Kosovo, but remotely, through the digital platform communicated with young women from Kosovo. Within 4 days, as the school lasted, everyone learned many new things, where solidarity and empowerment were the key words used in this workshop.We thank them for their lectures and discussions: EU special representative: Reyes Charle Cuellar, prof.Vjollca Krasniqi and activists Xhejrane Lokaj, Jeta Krasniqi, Valdete Idrizi, Tijana Simic LaValley, Yllka Soba, Kaltrina Shala and Zana Hoxha.