Following NATO’s intervention in 1999, Kosovo – after several years under international administration – declared independence from Serbia in February 2008.

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GCCT members from Kosovo

1) Action for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding

Action for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding is a multi-ethnic peace organization, founded in 2002 in order to achieve permanent and stable peace in Kosovo and the Balkans through the promotion of democratic values, the protection of human rights and the development of civil society. Read more…


2) Centre for Research, Documentation and Publication

CRDP advocates for transitional justice through the development of objective memory and the promotion of initiatives that normalize community and regional relationships. Read more…


3) Syri i Vizionit

Syri i Vizionit (SiV) aims to promote local democracy and the participation of people in Kosovo. In its continuous efforts for democratic practices, SiV gave a special role to promotion of good governance, accountability, transparency and public participation in decision-making. Read more…


Kosovo Albanians celebrate independence in February 2008, by Matt Lutton.