On June 13 at the Faculty of Law building at the University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina” a group of students from the Amsterdam University College, the Netherlands, met with the Kosova Women’s Network’s (KWN) Igballe Rogova and the Project Coordinator, Nertila Qarri-Gërguri.
The students were introduced to the process of peace-building and activism in Kosovo during the ‘90s.
During this interactive discussion, Rogova spoke about the “Motrat Qiriazi” Association, the history of the first movements on women’s rights in Kosovo, as well as the work done by KWN since its foundation.
Qarri-Gërguri presented to the students an overview of the current work and strategy of KWN.
This was not the first year in which KWN met with students from this University, so the students expressed an interest in knowing more about women’s rights activists’ experiences in Kosovo, as well as recent developments and challenges in this area.
The students appreciated the meeting, seeing it as a valuable experience and a good opportunity to closely understand the course of cultural and social processes throughout various periods in Kosovo.