Time and the trauma
Time and the trauma

Being a war generation ourselves, we have our part of traumas. The traumas of Artsakh (Karabakh) war are always in a corner of our memory and sometimes remind us about themselves. The intention of exploring trauma took us to Serbia – Belgrade, where we were trying to understand if the trauma was overcome after twenty years of the Serbian conflict. read more

”Press Diggers” from the Balkans to the Nistru River
”Press Diggers” from the Balkans to the Nistru River

"Very often there are preconceptions that being an investigative journalist means traveling and getting to know people. We are, in fact, miners: We dig through documents," investigative journalists report. Is this about Moldova? Or about Bosnia and Herzegovina? It’s about any journalist doing investigations in any state battling corruption. read more

Balkan Peace vs Artificial Problems at the Eastern Border of Europe
Balkan Peace vs Artificial Problems at the Eastern Border of Europe

Shortly before the pandemic began setting priorities and concerns within our societies, we were preoccupied with other issues such as corruption, transparency, and constant attempts by politicians to divide citizens on different criteria. Of course, we will have these problems after the pandemic. This is why, we propose a report that talks about the similar problems of two countries bordering with the European Union from two different corners: Moldova vs Bosnia and Herzegovina. read more

Pedestrians vs. Drivers
Pedestrians vs. Drivers

According to Georgia's Road Traffic Law, all pedestrians should be able to walk safely along sidewalks and pedestrian paths." Apart from Tbilisi, two capital cities in the post-Soviet area - Kyiv and Chisinau - have been afforded this legal guarantee. read more