Adriatik Kelmendi is the chief executive of Klan Kosova. He is a journalist, moderator and opinionist from Kosovo. He currently leads the show "Rubikon" in which various social topics are discussed. He is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Mass Communication at AAB College and is known as a writer and author. Adriatik Kelmendi lives and works in Pristina.
Editor and Journalist, Kosovo 2.0
Dafina Halili is a journalist and editor at Kosovo 2.0. Her work covers mainly human rights and social justice issues. Dafina has a master’s degree in Diversity and the Media from the University of Westminster in London, Britani e Madhe. After her master's studies, she returned to Kosovo where she continues her work as a journalist and her writings range from issues affecting women rights, LGBTQ+ persons, ethnic minorities to issues dealing with war crimes and its legacy.
Journalist, Journalist in Residence in Kosovo (JiR), Afghanistan
Amina Omid is a journalist from Afghanistan. She has been in Kosovo since 2023 as part of the “Journalists in Residence – Kosovo” program. Originally from Kabul, Omid has studied international relations at the University of Gawarshad. She has worked as a writer, researcher, and presenter for the last five years. Omid has interviewed 43 women leaders, activists, and members of the Afghan Parliament and published articles on their perspectives on gender. She has written several articles for Nimrokh Media, which represents women-related issues.
Senior Program Officer, NDI Kosovo
Adea Beqaj is a Senior Program Officer at NDI Kosovo mostly focused on promoting information integrity and combating disinformation. She has a background in journalism and a deep understanding of the media and information environment. Her work is focused on developing programs and initiatives that encompass various areas such as media literacy, cybersecurity, media monitoring, fact-checking, and public opinion research. Currently, she is engaged in projects and initiatives aiming to address the key challenges facing Kosovo's media environment, raising awareness and informing policy making. Beqaj holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Media and Communication.
Minister of Justice, Republic of Kosovo
Albulena Haxhiu is Minister of Justice from the party of the Self-determination Movement (LVV). She joined the LVV in September 2010. Ms. Haxhiu served as Member of Parliament in the Kosovo Assembly in the fourth, fifth, and sixth legislature. In the fifth and sixth legislatures, she headed the Committee for Legislation as one of the most important committees of the assembly. She studied law at the University of Prishtina. She is married and is a mother of three children.
Kaltrina Rexhepi Dragusha
Kaltrina Rexhepi Dragusha
Kaltrina Rexhepi Dragusha is a specialist investigative journalist, currently working at RTK1. Her investigative work is focused on human rights, violence against women and domestic violence, and has had a high impact on these issues. Rexhepi Dragusha is the recipient of several awards by national and international organizations, such as the UNDP. In addition to investigative journalism, other areas within Rexhepi Dragusha’s expertise include public speaking, team building, social organization, and so on. Rexhepi Dragusha was among the main investigative journalists for Balkan Investigative Regional Network (BIRN) covering hundreds of projects for over five years.