All articles by: Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Nidžara Ahmetašević is K2.0’s regional editor. Nidžara has a Ph.D in media assistance in post conflict countries from the University of Graz, Austria.

One-on-one | Media

Gill Phillips: Snowden had more impact in countries that remember the dangers of mass state surveillance

By , Nidzara Ahmetasevic - 12.10.2018

The Guardian’s legal head shares her experience of working with high profile whistleblowing cases such as Edward Snowden, Wikileaks and the Paradise Papers.

In-depth | The past, now | Sexual Violence

Rape survivors struggling for recognition

By - 28.09.2018

The perennial fight for wartime rape survivors’ rights.

Perspectives | BiH

Bosnia’s limp statehood challenged by act of police insubordination

By - 24.05.2018

Latest political calculations and maneuvers lay the captured state bear.

In-depth | Migration

Migrants and refugees caught in Balkan Limbo

By , - 15.05.2018

Montenegro experiences rise in those seeking refuge in Europe.

Blogbox | BiH

Judgement day for Mladic

By - 22.11.2017

How does it feel when justice is seen to be done?

In-depth | Migration

Refugees stranded in Sandzak

By - 29.09.2017

Hundreds stuck in inadequate camps in Serbia’s poorest region.

In-depth | BiH

Pupils lead education (r)evolution in BiH

By - 24.06.2017

School pupils launch nationwide campaign to end segregated education.

Perspectives | BiH

Life in Bosnia’s eternal status quo

By - 25.05.2017

Controlled chaos and frozen conflicts 22 years after the war.