CSRidentity
 

Welcome to Kosovo
Untitled Document
Country visibility
UNDP
WHO
Social awards
Awards
Any communication
Mail seminars, conf, webcasts ... to Datcentre
Latest population
See latest population

 

 
Cyrrent Time in Kosovo (Pristina)



The central Balkans were part of the Roman and Byzantine Empires before ethnic Serbs migrated to the territories of modern Kosovo in the 7th century. During the medieval period, Kosovo became the center of a Serbian Empire and saw the construction of many important Serb religious sites, including many architecturally siganians moved to Kosovo. By the end of the 19th century, Albanians replaced the Serbs as the dominant ethnic group in Kosovo. Serbia reacquired control over Kosovo from the Ottoman Empire during the First Balkan War of 1912. After World War II, Kosovo became an autonomous province of Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (S.F.R.Y.) with status almost equivalent to that of a republic under the 1974 S.F.R.Y. constitution. Despite legislative concessions, Albaniannificant Serbian Orthodox monasteries. The defeat of Serbian forces at the Battle of Kosovo in 1389 led to five centuries of Ottoman rule during which large numbers of Turks and Alb nationalism increased in the 1980s, which led to riots and calls for Kosovo's independence. At the same time, Serb nationalist leaders, such as Slobodan MILOSEVIC, exploited Kosovo Serb claims of maltreatment to secure votes from supporters, many of whom viewed Kosovo as their cultural heartland. Under MILOSEVIC's leadership, Serbia instituted a new constitution in 1989 that revoked Kosovo's status as an autonomous province of Serbia. Kosovo's Albanian leaders responded in 1991 by organizing a referendum that declared Kosovo independent. Under MILOSEVIC, Serbia carried out repressive measures against the Kosovar Albanians in the early 1990s as the unofficial Kosovo government, led by Ibrahim RUGOVA, used passive resistance in an attempt to try to gain international assistance and recognition of an independent Kosovo. Albanians dissatisfied with RUGOVA's passive strategy in the 1990s created the Kosovo Liberation Army and launched an insurgency. Starting in 1998, Serbian military, police, and paramilitary forces under MILOSEVIC conducted a brutal counterinsurgency campaign that resulted in massacres and massive expulsions of ethnic Albanians. Approximately 800,000 ethnic Albanians were forced from their homes in Kosovo during this time. International attempts to mediate the conflict failed, and MILOSEVIC's rejection of a proposed settlement led to a three-month NATO military operation against Serbia beginning in March 1999 that forced Serbia to agree to withdraw its military and police forces from Kosovo. UN Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999) placed Kosovo under a transitional administration, the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), pending a determination of Kosovo's future status. A UN-led process began in late 2005 to determine Kosovo's final status. The negotiations ran in stages between 2006 and 2007, but ended without agreement between Belgrade and Pristina. On 17 February 2008, the Kosovo Assembly declared Kosovo independent. Since then, over 100 countries have recognized Kosovo, and it has joined the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Council of Europe Development Bank, and signed a framework agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB). In October 2008, Serbia sought an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the legality under international law of Kosovo's declaration of independence. The ICJ released the advisory opinion in July 2010 affirming that Kosovo's declaration of independence did not violate general principles of international law, UN Security Council Resolution 1244, or the Constitutive Framework. The opinion was closely tailored to Kosovo's unique history and circumstances. Serbia continues to reject Kosovo's independence, but the two countries reached an agreement to normalize their relations in April 2013 through EU-facilitated talks and are currently engaged in the implementation process.

 

 
Funding proposals
Funding proposals

Social issues
Agriculture
Art and craft
Cancer
Child Health
Children
Clean country
Clean river
Culture
Disability
Ecotourism
Education
Energy
Environment
Financial inclusion
GLBT
Health
Heritage
HIV / AIDS
Human rights
Hunger
Jobs for disabled
Livelihood
Medicinal garden
Microfinance
Nutrition
Poverty
Religions
Rural development
Sanitation
Seniorcitizens
Skill development
Traditional medicine
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban development
Village Adoption
Waste management
Water
Women
Youth

Blood Donation

 
Our sincere request
Volunteer
Donate
Please lift at least one person from below the poverty line to above the poverty line in your life or registered WILL
 
Government
Government
Government schemes
Foreign embassies

Corporates
Corporates
Search corporates
Funding agencies
Search funding agencies
NGOs
Philanthropists
Media
Advertising agency
PR agencies
Political parties
Helplines
Ministry of justice or law
Scientists
Rivers

Ashoka

Human health
Doctors
Hospitals

Location
Historical locations
Religious locations
Locations you must know

Enjoy & learn
Experiential tourism

UN
United Nations
UNDP
WHO
World Bank

2020, 2030, 2050
2020
2030
2050

Business associations
Business associations
Industry associations

Rotary, Lions clubs
Giants clubs
Lions clubs
Rotary clubs
Sports clubs

Colleges
Law colleges
MBA colleges
Medical colleges
Social work colleges

 

 
Celebrities
Celebrities
Academic celebrities
Activist celebrities
Administration celebs
Adventure celebrities
Architect celebrities
Art celebrities
Business celebrities
Comedy celebrities
Common greats celebs
Dance celebrities
Developmental celebrities
Drama celebrities
Economy celebrities
Engineer celebrities
Environment celebrities
Fashion celebrities
Film names as celebrities
Film actor celebrities
Film celebrities (exp producers / directors)
Film celebrities (Budding producers / directors)
Film writer celebrities
Fine art celebrities
Food celebrities
Health celebrities
History celebrities
Journalism celebrities
Law celebrities
Literature celebrities
Media celebrities
Music celebrities
Peace celebrities
Photography celebrities
Police celebrities
Political celebrities
Religion celebrities
Royalty celebrities
Science celebrities
Singing celebrities
Sports celebrities
Television celebrities
CSRidentity.com firmly believes that celebrities have great influence on people of that country and some celebs influence people in many countries.

They can promote social issues & the organisations which work for them.

Some corporates know this pwer of individual brands and are using celebs to promote products, services as well as organisation.

Usually people think of only film heroines / heroes and sports celebs or may have great respect for religion celebs but CSRidentity.com thinks there are administrative celebs, police celebs, singing celebs and one should not forget political celebrities because they make or break a country which is so vital for the world.

Adventure celebs cover people like those who climb Mount everest ....

CSRidentity.com believes in new celebrity types like developmental celebrities, environmental celebrities, health celebrities, science celebrities and common greats celebrities.

 
We must admit that
We have not checked the credibility of the above people in terms of ethics, values, transparency, governance , activism (for or against government or this world)
 
 
 
Medieval Monuments in Kosovo (Kosovo)
Copyright: © UNESCO
 
Visibility is key
How to get country visibility
How to get global visibility
Email us if you want to know more
Lets help Kokanipada
 
World is a village
What We do
What YOU can do
 
CSRidentity.com exists in present form thanks to Bhau

We plan to share various pages of social issues and stakeholders like government, corporates, NGOs, funding agencies, media, consultants, researchers, ad agencies, PR agencies, foreign consulates, estimated scenario in 2020, 2030, 2050 and pages for all types of celebrities and UN, UNDP, WHO and World Bank ......

We invite you to share just the names of any stakeholder covered in the dropdown at the top plus information on social issues. Just mail it to Datcentre

 
You can be 1) An individual or 2) A for profit or not for profit institution or 3) Media of any form. To know more about country visibility, click here.