Lidija Pisker

NewsMavens, Balkans

l.pisker@newsmavens.com

Lidija is a freelance journalist covering human rights stories from across Europe.

She has authored numerous research studies on inclusive education and worked as a researcher on several media research projects in the Balkans. Her work has been published by BBC, The Guardian, Euronews, Radio Free Europe and media outlets from the Western Balkans.

AUTHOR'S RECOMMENDATIONS:
Serbia issues historic verdict against hate crime - NewsMavens
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Art helps Kosovo victims of wartime sexual violence - NewsMavens
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Catholic activists campaign against abortions in Croatia  - NewsMavens
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A streetcar named harassment - NewsMavens
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5 Nov 2018
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Croatian MP speaks out about traumatic miscarriage procedure - NewsMavens
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Montenegrins could pay for snubbing anthem - NewsMavens
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New film documents lives of Kosovo's LGBT+ community  - NewsMavens
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Same-sex weddings on display in Croatia - NewsMavens
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Macedonian journalist calls for violence against foreign correspondent - NewsMavens
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Is Croatia's anxiety about the Istanbul Convention over? - NewsMavens
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When politicians use language to create divisions - NewsMavens
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Serbian women protest war talks  - NewsMavens
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28 Sep 2018
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Kosovo's visa regime with the EU is coming to an end - NewsMavens
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Serbian gay PM joins gay pride march - NewsMavens
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22 Sep 2018, 21 Sep 2018
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Montenegro will host five migrants from Italy - NewsMavens
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22 Sep 2018, 18 Sep 2018
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Serbia unveils its unpopular population policy - NewsMavens
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Sexism and the City -- Zagreb's mayor champions misogyny - NewsMavens
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Domestic killings  in Kosovo -- When enough is enough - NewsMavens
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Serbia may reinstate compulsory military service - NewsMavens
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Artist transforms conservative online content into feminist manifesto - NewsMavens
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