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  • KWN Releases 2013 Annual Report

    We are pleased to share with you the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) 2013 Annual Report. This year KWN has made progress towards realizing its Strategic Plan for 2011-2014. Some of our key accomplishments in 2013 include:   o   The Government of Kosovo approved a National Action Plan for the implementation of United Nations Secu...
  • New Law Recognizes Persons Who Suffered Sexual Violence

     On Mar. 20, the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo approved Law No. 04/L-054 on the status and rights of martyrs, invalids, veterans, members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, persons raped during the war, civilian war victims and their families. The new Law includes survivors of violence and sexual abuse that occurred during the 1998-1999 war i...
  • Fate of Kosovo’s Missing Persons Remains Unresolved

     Again this year on International Women’s Day, Mar. 8, KWN took to the streets, supporting the initiative of the association Thirrjet e Nënave (Mother’s Call). Mother’s Call and KWN organized a demonstration in solidarity with mothers, wives, sisters and daughters of missing persons with the motto: “We are with you...
  • Women in Black Serbia Remembers Crimes in Kosovo

    On Mar. 26,Women in Black Serbia held a performance in Belgrade, recognizing crimes committed by the Serbian regime against ethnic Albanian civilians 15 years ago.           Women in Black reminded citizens of the forced deportation of over 800,000 Albanians from their homes and country, the abuse, the...
  • KFOR Officials Learn from Women’s Rights Activists’ Experiences, Contribute to UNSCR 1325 Implementation

    On Mar. 14, the NATO Kosovo Force (KFOR) Commander, Major-General Salvatore FARINA, welcomed women’s rights activists to speak to high officials regarding the position of women in Kosovo. KWN Executive Director Igballe               Rogova informed KFOR officials, providing a c...
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