Thanks to a contribution by the United States Mission to the OSCE, a young Kosovo Filmmaker, Arben Llapashtica, selected in an open competition, was given a chance to make a film of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo’s work.
The film highlights some of the Mission’s many activities deriving from its institution-building, democratization, and human rights monitoring, protection, and promotion mandate.
The OSCE Mission in Kosovo documentary film They made it happen! You can do it too! financed by the Government of Finland, provides an insight into lives of women across Kosovo. Empowerment, career development, education and equality are some of the issues discussed with these women who serve as examples to their communities. The women speak about their experiences and the challenges they faced in order to succeed.
The OSCE Mission in Kosovo and the German Embassy launched a project to support Kosovo Police in combating high-level corruption. The project, funded by the German Government and to be implemented by the OSCE Mission, envisages the establishment of a core group of criminal investigators and prosecutors of the Kosovo Police and Special Prosecution Office and the strengthening of their capacities to investigate high-level corruption cases in an effective and efficient manner. Representatives of other institutions and agencies responsible for preventing and combating high-level corruption, such as the Anti-Corruption Agency, Financial Intelligence Unit, Tax Administration, etc.. will also attend the project’s activities, including training, roundtable discussions, study visits and regional conferences.