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I’ve heard that people in the Balkans don’t have sex. You didn’t know? Yes, sex in the Balkans is practiced only within a marriage and only for reproductive purposes.By: Anita Mitić
Since I heard that Kosovo 2.0 will not take part at the Share conference, I’ve been trying to find the right words to put on paper. As you know, Kosovo…By: Anita Mitić
There are those boundaries that separate us. Drawn on a map. They separate one country from another. But there are also those boundaries we make ourselves. The ones that are…By: Anita Mitić
I have not been in Prishtina for a long time, too long. I constantly postponed the trip, sometimes I have no money, I never have time, I have to learn…By: Anita Mitić
My name is Anita Mitić. I am 21, soon to be 22 years old. I am living in Belgrade where I study Political Sciences. My nationality is supposed to be Serbian, but I like to think of myself as a citizen of the world. Since I was a child I was interested in politics, today I am interested the most in post-conflict societies and transitional justice.
The life I am living today starts in 2009 when I became activist for the Youth Initiative for Human Rights. That year I visited Kosovo for the first time, and that was love at first sight.
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