KosovaLive Organisation in cooperation with NUNS, Association of Independent Journalists of Serbia, with the support of the European Comission, embark on a year long project for using Media as a Means for Dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia. The following media are participating in the project: Zeri, KohaDitore, KosovaLive360, Kosovo 2.0, RTV21, Kohavision, Preport, Vreme, Novi Magazin, Newsweek, Danas, BETA, RTV Vojvodina, CINS, RTV Vojvodina, dhe NUNS.

The project consists of several training sessions in Prishtina and Belgrade, focusing on Investigative Journalism, Transitional Justice, Prishtina-Belgrade Economic Relations and the use of online platforms in journalism.

Investigative Journalism

Agron Bajrami – Editor at “Koha Ditore”

Branco Čečen – Director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia

Vladimir Todoric – New Policy Centre and International Secretary of the Democratic Party of Serbia – Harmonization of Interest for the Prishtina-Belgrade dialogue

Demush Shasha – General Secretary from the Ministry of European Integration from the Republic of Kosovo – European Integration, within the Prishtina-Belgrade context

Lola Joksimovic – Independent expert on culture, as a reflection of the country

Maja Stojanović & Danko Runić – Citizens Initiative,  “Mirëdita, dobar dan!”

Nita Deda –  “DokuFest”, joint activities with Serbia


Marijana Toma – Deputy Executive Director of Humanitarian Law Centre

Nora Ahmetaj – Executive Director, Centre for Research, Documentation and Publication


Arian Zeka – Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce in Kosovo

Nexhat Behluli – Belgrade – Prishtina relations in the context of economy II


Creating, Promoting – Web Presence, SEO, Online Tools for Interactivity,  Social Media

Besa Luci – editor-in-chief and co-founder of Kosovo 2.0

Vojislav Stevanovic – N1 journalist and IJAS social networks and journalism trainer

For more information regarding the project please see here!