Other Reports
  • Little Grants, Big Changes 2015 - 2016 (pdf)

    In 2015 to 2016, with support from the European Union Office in Kosovo, the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) has provided 26 grants to its member organizations through the Kosovo Women’s Fund (KWF), totalling €100,818.

  • Striking a Balance: Amending the Law on Labour (pdf)

  • Budgeting for Social Welfare Fact sheet (pdf)

  • No More Excuses for Domestic Violence Fact sheet (pdf)

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  • Little Grants Big Changes 2014 (pdf)

  • KWN Code of Conduct Monitoring Report & Capacity Development Plan for Members (pdf)

  • Manifesto of the FemAct Feminist Forum 2014 (pdf)

  • Lesons Learned: “Doing” Gender Responsive Budgeting in Kosovo (pdf)

  • Gender Responsive Budgeting at the Central Level (pdf)

  • Gender Responsive Budgeting at the Local Level (pdf)

  • Mid-term Review of Project “Supporting, protecting and promoting the rights and interests of women and girls” (pdf)

  • Where’s the Money for Women’s Rights? (pdf)

    Women’s rights organizations play important roles in supporting the establishment of democratic institutions, furthering women’s rights as human rights, transforming gender norms, raising public awareness, providing services to the most marginalized (particularly in the absence of state services), and holding governments accountable through advocacy.

  • FINAL EVALUATION REPORT External Evaluation of Kosovo Women’s Fund (pdf)

  • Fighting and pursuing gender-based violence: “What do we fight for?” (pdf)

    Ariana Qosaj – Mustava, Chair of Board at Kosovo Women’s network (KWN), spoke on the theme: Fighting and pursuing gender-based violence: “What do we fight for?”, at a meeting held with representatives of the EU Office, EULEX, Civil Society and Kosovo institutions.

  • Making the Case Why support women’s rights organizations? (pdf)

    Women’s rights organizations have an important role to play in social change processes. They support the establishment of democratic institutions, further women’s rights as human rights, transform gender norms, raise public awareness, provide services to the most marginalized (particularly in the absence of state services), and hold governments accountable through advocacy. All of these activities require commitment and resources.

  • Baroness Catherine Ashton Replies to Activists (pdf)

      Women’s rights organizations from Kosovo, Serbia and Sweden, including the Kosovo Women’s Network, Mitrovica Women’s Association for Human Rights, Women in Black and Kvinna till Kvinna sent a letter to High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, European External Action Service (EEAS), Baroness Catherine Ashton on 4 Dec. 2013. In the letter, they said that United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security had not been implemented during recent talks between Kosovo and Serbia. Baroness Catherine Ashton responded on 21 Jan. 2014. She thanked activists for their interest in contributing to the process of normalising relations between Belgrade and Prishtina. “I look forward to meeting you in the course of my next visit to Pristina and Belgrade,” she wrote.    

  • Little Grants, Big Changes 2013 (pdf)

    Since fall 2012, the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) has provided 34 grants, totalling €66,209, to its member organizations through the Kosovo Women’s Fund. In 2013, these initiatives directly benefited 1,883 diverse women including women with limited physical abilities, from rural areas, of various ethnicities (e.g., Turkish, Gorani, Serbian, Roma, Ashkali, Egyptian, and Albanian), youth, and pensioners. Many more people within their communities benefited indirectly. These little grants (up to €3,000) have achieved big changes in a short period of time. This booklet tells their stories.

  • Declaration of the Regional Young Feminists Forum (pdf)

  • Alternative Fundraising - A Guide with New Ideas for Securing Funds to Support Your Work (pdf)

    Funding for women’s organizations, particularly those working at the local level, has become increasingly difficult to secure in Kosovo. Therefore, based on requests from our member organizations, the Kosova Women’s Network (KWN) has compiled this booklet with new fundraising ideas for women’s organizations. With international aid to Kosovo likely declining with time, it is important for KWN members to involve more diverse supporters. This booklet, created based on conversations with members in 2012, has a few ideas for getting started.

  • Little Grants, Big Changes - Kosovo Women's Fund (pdf)

    Since fall 2012, the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) has provided 12 grants, totalling €10,209, to its member organizations through the Kosovo Women’s Fund. These initiatives directly benefited 928 diverse women including women with limited physical abilities, from rural areas, of various ethnicities (e.g., Turkish, Gorani, Serbian, Roma, Ashkali, Egyptian, and Albanian), youth, and pensioners. Many more people within their communities benefited indirectly. These little grants (up to €1,000) have achieved big changes in a short period of time. This booklet tells their stories.

  • KWN Code of Conduct Monitoring Report & Capacity Development Plan for Members (pdf)

    The KWN Code of Conduct includes six basic principles, comprised of more specific principles. This report highlights the areas where KWN members could benefit from further support. The following sections correspond with each principle in the Code of Conduct, examining members’ strengths and capacity-building needs related to each principle.

  • Voters' Voice: The Issues Voters Demand Their Government Address 2009 (pdf)

    This report presents the priorities voiced by voters between September 2008 and March 2009 as part of a KWN initiative to bring citizens’ voices into decision-making processes. The report includes recommendations for elected officials based on citizens’ priorities.  

  • Voter's Voice 2008 (pdf)

     This report examines voters’ priorities voiced between September and October 2008. The report includes recommendations for elected officials based on citizens’ priorities.

  • Through Womens Solidarity to a Just Peace (pdf)

    This report contains the speeches and conclusions from the Second Annual Women’s Peace Coalition Conference held in Struga, Macedonia in 2007. The Women’s Peace Coalition brought together women’s organizations from KWN and Women in Black Network in Serbia. 

  • KWN Ethical and Accountability Code (pdf)

    The Ethical and Accountability Code is a document of principles and benchmarks adopted by a group of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) who are members of the Kosova Women’s Network (KWN). The code supports the enhancement of its members’ professionalism and effectiveness as organizations working for the public good.  

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