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EMBASSY OF FINLAND, Pristina

Str. Perandori Justinian No. 19, Pejton
10000 Pristina, Kosovo
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An urgent need for a safe house in North Kosovo

Anne Meskanen, Head of Mission at the Embassy of Finland, Miodrag Milicevic, Aktiv Program Director, Milena Djelic, moderator and Caleb Waugh, Project Manager from Aktiv in the conference.North Kosovo faces a number of challenges in the realm of domestic violence. In fact, the first and foremost is the lack of resources necessary for the provision of effective assistance to victims. On top of this there is no existence for a safe house, which would provide shelter and help for victims of domestic violence in the four northern municipalities. Related to this, NGO Aktiv supported by the Embassy of Finland implemented two projects during 2013 and 2014. More...

Pristina walked and danced against homo- and transphobia

The march was led by the NGO representatives with a big rainbow flag. In the picture: Myrvete Bajrami, Vlora Krasniqi, Agim Margilaj and Rajmonda Sylbije.Pristina celebrated the International day against homo- and transphobia (IDAHOT) merrily on Sunday, 17th of May. The event Walk and Dance against Homophobia organized by three NGO's gathered together almost 150 participants for a march against homo- and transphobia. ater in the evening Kosovo's government building was lit with the colors of rainbow for the second time in its history. The rainbow flag was also flapping outside the Embassy of Finland and Sweden on Sunday. More...

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