Ethnic Albanian and Serb women managed to find a common language and overturn gender stereotypes when they started their own female-run meat-processing plant in a little town in Kosovo.
“When I first came to Klina in Kosovo, there was no job, above all for women, who were mostly unemployed.”
Tatjana Ilic is a Serb woman from Pristina who during the war in Kosovo moved to Kragujevac, in Serbia.
Many years afterwards, she decided to come back to Kosovo, to Vidanje, her husband’s village located on the hills near Klina, a little town of about 37,000 inhabitants, 90 per cent of whom are ethnic Albanians.
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