“Sve je moguće”
Sve je moguće is produced by a team of experienced television writers, producers, technical crew and editors recruited from Kosovo's media sector by the KIJAC Centre.
The Centre is integrated within the Kosovo Institute for Journalism and Communication (KIJAC), which is a registered educational institution based in Fushe Kosove/Kosovo Polje close to Prishtina. KIJAC provides professional postgraduate studies in journalism and media for an ethnically diverse student body.
The institution has already demonstrated its ability to create a safe and inclusive environment for members of all Kosovo communities and has therefore been identified as an appropriate implementing partner for provision of production facilities, technical expertise and the hosting of Kosovo Serb audiences.
“Sve je moguće” (Everything is possible) is the name and at the same time the vision of the talk show that aims to create a public space for Kosovo Serbs.
Here, they talk about their everyday struggles, about integration and about future perspectives.
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“Sve je moguće” aims
at creating a safe space within the Kosovo community, where Kosovo Serbs voices and opinions can be heard. The show identifies problems that exist for the Serb minority, and facilitates confidence-building among them. Open dialogue and debate are the key instruments, which provide for a problem-solving atmosphere.
The host Anamari Repić interacts with a Serbian audience consisting of 30 to 40 members who come from throughout Kosovo. Field coordinators throughout Kosovo ensure that the team working on Sve Je moguće is always well informed and that the audience selection is diverse.
The show provides enhanced opportunities for public discussion and debate, which can strengthen and reinforce civil society. Moreover, the show facilitates communication between Kosovo Serbs and Kosovo Albanians.
Among the special guests who have participated in the show are: Hashim Thaçi, Viktor Buzhala, Bojan Stojanović, Sadri Ferati, Slobodan Petrović, Nenad Rasič, Nebojsa Peric, Rada Trajković, Ranđel Nojkić, Goran Stojanović, Shpend Maxhuni.
It is not the intention of this project to exclude or replace Serbia-based broadcasting within the Kosovo media environment, but rather to provide a complementary television service with specific relevance to Kosovo Serb audiences.
The team of “Sve je moguće” thanks the following partners for their financial
Embassy of Denmark
Embassy of Norway
Embassy of Luxembourg
Sve je Moguće is supported by the Ministry for Communities and Returns(MCR).
The project is endorsed by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
For more information about the show “Sve je moguće” (Everything is possible) please read here.