Prizren park visioning reportDecember, 2016Eliminating architectural barriers in the city to enable the free movement of people with disabilities, as well as other communities that at some point may be unable to move, is the cornerstone of equality and democracy in a city. This report brings a visioning how the park of Prizren would look like in normal circumstances where the accessibility is offered to everyone.
Barriers' MapNovember, 2016The project addresses the issue of access for people with disabilities (PWDs) in Prizren. It addresses the urban planning process carried out by the local government, advocating for a comprehensive city-planning process that would transform Prizren into a barrier-free city for all.
How to design for a barrier-free cityNovember, 2016Instructions for drafting a manual for free barrier planning and design.
Urban planning for citizens 4November, 2016This brief analysis aims to present the main concerns of the citizens of Prizren regarding the issues of urban planning and city management in general. The analysis presented in here is the fourth in the row that is realized within a 3 year period within the project Inclusive City - Participatory planning for sustainable urban development in Prizren.
Visioning of the park in Jeta e ReOctober, 2016The visioning workshop "Vision for the Jeta e Re neighborhood" has been developed within the project "Comprehensive City" which tends to articulate the needs of community groups and translate them into applicable urban plans of Prizren municipality.
The sixth issue of the "Open Court" bulletinSeptember, 2016The Basic Court of Prizren has published the sixth edition of the "Open Court" information bulletin, covering the period June - August 2016. The Bulletin is a window of transparency of the work of the Basic Court of Prizren, aimed at empowering citizens' trust in the system justice in general and the work of the Court in particular.
Vision for "Marin Barleti" streetMay, 2016The vision of the Marin Barleti street in Prizren is the initiative of EC Ma Ndryshe as a public call for local and state institutions to tackle more seriously this important street of the historic area of the city. Community-based planning is a contemporary approach to dealing with and developing common spaces, resulting in a product that is representative of the will of different groups in a country's society.
Municipal Transparency Reform Index 2015April, 2016The index is a mechanism aimed at measuring relevant indicators that signify transparency level of local government institutions in Kosovo. The first of its kind, the index covers seven municipalities of Kosovo, known also as regional centers: Prishtina, Mitrovica, Peja, Ferizaj, Gjilan, and Gjakova.
What went wrong with UNESCO membershipApril, 2016This brief analysis aims to answer several questions on what exactly happened on “Kosovo's first journey” towards UNESCO membership, to explain what exactly went wrong. All while aiming to identify the mistakes and propose how to avoid their repetition. It also aims to propose what could Kosovo do differently when the next application for candidacy to this important global organization is to be repeated.