KMOP

The Best4OlderLGBTI project intends to fight discrimination based on age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics of older people, and to promote the rights of older (LGBTI) people, through raising awareness of different target groups contributing for a more equal and inclusive society.

Kosovo institutions and EU officially launched a nationwide campaign to promote the fight against trafficking of human being in Kosovo. The campaign was launched with a high level conference attended by Head of the EU Office in Kosovo and the EU Special Representative, Nataliya Apostolova, Kosovo’s President President Thaçi and Prime Minister Haradinaj, joined by all the relevant Ministers of the Kosovo government. The conference highlighted key progresses made in the fight against trafficking in Kosovo, as well as the continuous challenges in addressing this national and transnational problem affecting the very fabric of Kosovo’s society.

"GEM: Gender Equality Matters - Tackling Gender-based Violence": a new project for KMOP, funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Program of the European Union.