Saturday, February 29, 2020
Fred Abrahams is associate program director at Human Rights Watch where he trains research staff and supervises work on technology, conflicts and refugees. He has documented human rights and laws-ofwar violations in places such as Albania, Bangladesh, Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon,...
  Ignorance Kills   Robert Wilton is a writer, translator, coach and Balkan wanderer. After a dozen years in the British Civil Service, he was advisor to the Prime Minister of Kosovo in the years leading to independence, head of policy for the office...
I, You and Man Ismail Tasholli studied analytical philosophy at the University of Graz, Austria, furtherly specializing in sociology. He is an active political commentator in Kosovo’s media, a member of the presidency of Kosovo’s Association of Philosophers, and of the editorial board...
BG to EU, and Human Rights: negative attitudes, no acts Deyan Kiuranov, PhD, of Sofia, Bulgaria, was active in the Bulgarian anticommunist opposition and afterwards worked as a political sociologist and anthropologist for NGOs and Soros’ Open Society in Bulgaria and Belarus....
Human Rights in Serbia: Subordinated to geostrategic deliberations Sonja Biserko is a Serbian campaigner for human rights. She is the founder and president of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia. Biserko’s ongoing work for human rights has included documenting...
Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia and permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, IWM Vienna. He is a founding board member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the...
  Agon Maliqi is a policy analyst, civil society activist and media writer from Prishtina, Kosovo. He is the creator and co-founding editor of http://sbunker.net, an Albanian language opinions and analysis blog which gathers a younger generation of academics, think...
  Josep Ramoneda was born in Cervera, Spain, in 1949. He is a political philosopher and is very active in the Spanish intellectual debate about current politics. After his academic career of teaching contemporary philosophy (1975-1990), in 1994 he founded...
Boris A. Novak (born in 1953) is a Slovene poet, playwright, translator, and essayist. He teaches Comparative Literature at the University of Ljubljana. Novak was active in the movement for the democratization of the Slovene and Yugoslav society. In...
Saša Ilić is a writer, journalist, and social activist. He has published three short story collections, The Prevision of the Civil War (2000), Urchin Hunts (2015), Dušanovac. Post (2015) and two novels, Berlin Window (2005)...