Tiffany Ommundsen (Kosovo)


Tiffany Ommundsen

Tiffany Ommundsen (Kosovo Women’s Network - KWN): Tiffany earned her Bachelor of Arts from Fairfield University in 2007. She also studied abroad in Florence, Italy and Galway, and Ireland. Tiffany received her Master of Arts in International Educational Development from Teachers College, Columbia University in February 2009. During this time she also interned with the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’s Peace Women Project at the UN, and with the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center in New Haven, Connecticut.



12 Aug

Faleminderit!

I have had to leave Kosovo rather unexpectedly due to a family emergency. I do

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Posted Aug 12, 2009

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03 Aug

“We Didn’t Stop, Not One Minute”

Recently, the Kosovo Women’s Network hosted 15 members of German civil society as part of

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Posted Aug 03, 2009

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03 Aug

The Ghettoization of Kosovo

VISAS. These days in the Balkans, visas are all anyone seems to be talking about.

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Posted Aug 03, 2009

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16 Jul

“I Will Take This Table and Put it in Front of the Municipalities!”

This week, I was able to visit the office of the Blind Women’s Committee of

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Posted Jul 16, 2009

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16 Jul

I kissed the hand of a Saint!

I recently visited the Visoki Decani monastery of the Serbian Orthodox church, located just outside

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Posted Jul 16, 2009

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13 Jul

“Never Again” Happened Again

As details of the Nazi campaign to systematically eradicate the world’s Jewish population emerged after

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Posted Jul 13, 2009

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10 Jul

Serbia and Palestine: Strange Bedfellows?

On July 7, Mahmoud Abbas, who is referred to as the President of Palestine in

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Posted Jul 10, 2009

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06 Jul

“Let the Art Join Us”

This week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Valire Buza, the Executive Director of KWN-member

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Posted Jul 06, 2009

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29 Jun

Ethics. Accountability. Transparency.

These are loaded words. If I were so inclined, I could spend months, probably even

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Posted Jun 29, 2009

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19 Jun

Civil Unrest in the Islamic Republic

Like many people, I have been captivated by the news coming out of Iran the

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Posted Jun 19, 2009

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17 Jun

“I Am Tired of Words Like ‘Freedom’”

This weekend, I attended a huge outdoor concert just outside of Pristina known as the

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Posted Jun 17, 2009

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17 Jun

Which flag is yours?

I recently traveled to the city of Prizren, just south of Pristina, with two colleagues

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Posted Jun 17, 2009

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08 Jun

“They are Afraid!”

Let’s try a little experiment… Imagine a popular reporter hosts a weekly news program on

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Posted Jun 08, 2009

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07 Jun

Wanna Hear a Joke?

But first, a little history lesson. The territorial sovereignty of Kosovo is a regional hot

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Posted Jun 07, 2009

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27 May

Welcome to my blog!

In a few short days I will be boarding a (17 hour!) flight to Prishtina,

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Posted May 27, 2009

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