Category Archives: Rule of Law

Women in Public Service Project Delegate Proposes Law to Kosovo Parliament

Alma Lama, a member of parliament in Kosovo and a delegate at the Inaugural Women in Public Service Project Summer Institute at Wellesley College, recently drafted and proposed a law to her parliament. The first reading of the law will … Continue reading

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HOPE FELLOW AND MP INITIATED THE DRAFT LAW FOR THE PROTECTION OF JOURNALISTIC SOURCES

Alma Lama, Hope Fellow from the Rule of Law group as well as Member of the Kosovo Parliament during July 2012 processed the Bill for the protection of journalistic sources at the Kosovo Assembly. This is her first legal initiative, … Continue reading

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Article by Merita Behluli for CONDITIONS Magazine – Scandinavian magazine focusing on the conditions of architecture and urbanism.

Published on 24th November 2011 Merita Behluli, Prishtina, Kosovo             October 9, 2011   My understanding for knowledge is value based accumulation of information through experience. In the era of globalization is new knowledge in architecture different between developed and undeveloped … Continue reading

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Rule of Law Hope Fellows’ Impressions

Merita Behluli The experience I gained from Hope Fellowship program is such a wonderful one that few words cannot describe it. However, I will try to elaborate how I think I will benefit in the future from this experience, and … Continue reading

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