Chased children. In the north of Albania an old tradition survived. Kanun – the law of the mountains – regulates blood feud. It has been and still is practised by generations, a seemingly not ending circle where the offender is the victim and the other way round. To reastablish one honour there is the necessity of killing. Especially children and young people suffer from this tradition. Being innocent they get into the avenger’s focus. They have to hide in their houses, the only place providing protection. They often live in total isolation for many years. They can`t visit school or meet friends. Concerning negotiations for an Albanian membership to the European Union blood feud is a permanent issue.