Fushë-Kosovë is a town just near Prishtina. At the end of the main road, behind the station, lives a large community of Ashgalis and Egyptians, ethnic minorities in Kosovo.
A young woman on ring
Donjeta Sadiku is a young boxer in Prishtina, capital of Kosovo. In a country where sport is not the main preoccupation and where women are still setback, she symbolizes the dynamism of a youth who want to get out of the stagnation of this new born republic.
Play to escape
Welcome in North Mitroviça, Kosovo. The city, divided between Serbs and Albanian, has been during the war the symbol of the division of the country and the two communities. The NGO Pl4y International (former Sports Without Borders) is organising sport activities for children, as in other cities of the country, to re-create links.