After the release of our soft-launch event which was a short documentary on Kosovo’s position as one of the last countries in Europe that it’s main source of energy is reliant on coal, we have discussed many things, the problem is that a short documentary limits the discussion because of time. In this discussion we will unravel many problems and opportunities in Kosovo and where do experts expect it to be in the near future.
Duration: 2 hours
Biography of the participant: Rinora Gojani is the Programmes and Operations Manager at the Balkan Green Foundation. She has an extensive working experience in research, advocacy, capacity building, civic and grass route level engagement, fundraising, and project management focused on sustainable development, democratization, Western Balkans politics, and EU integration processes. Rinora holds a Master’s Degree in European Politics, with a focus on energy policy, from the University College Dublin.
Moderator: Engjëll Berisha
Engjëll Berisha is a diverse cultural proffesional. His 10 years of experience span over journalism, art producing, and curating. The past four years he has been working as a general coordinator for The National Gallery of Kosovo, as well as assistant commissioner and coordinator for the Pavilion of the Republic of Kosovo at the 58th Venice Biennale, in 2019 for Alban Muja's project "Family Album".