Sons and daughters of men indicted for Balkan war crimes reveal how the accusations affected them - and why they remain loyal to their fathers.
Some Greeks have embraced the far right despite having long leftist family traditions or relatives killed by the Nazis.
Growing up alone while their parents worked abroad has been tough for many children but helped some of them to thrive.
Can a new generation of technology pioneers realise their dreams of Silicon Valley-style success?
What were once student summer jobs in Greece have become a way to earn a living.
Many Syrians use Bulgaria as a stepping stone to the heart of Europe - although EU rules say asylum-seekers are meant to stay put.
The stories of two generations of Olympic water polo players reflect changes in sport and society in the lands of the old Yugoslavia.
Police officers working as nightclub bouncers are accused of beating customers and taking part in protection rackets.
Women across the Balkans face a battle to overcome discrimination and exercise their legal rights to inherit.
Islanders in Croatia and Greece enjoy an enchanting way of life but face challenges posed by isolation and ageing populations.
This year’s annual topic is Generations. Think of a powerful story that you have always wanted to report, and link it to this theme while crafting your proposal. Remember, it is better to have a strong central idea that is loosely linked to the annual theme than to have a weak idea that is strongly linked to the theme.