Twenty-five years after the Srebrenica Genocide
Accounting for the missing in Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond.
Konteksti: Preserving the memories of children who survived war
A peep into the War Childhood Museum in Sarajevo.
We survived, but a part of us died in Srebrenica
The Srebrenica genocide as seen through the eyes of a child.
Selma Selman: I believe art is powerful enough to have an impact on people’s lives
An artist dividing her life between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United States discusses the importance of education.
Who’s in charge of Banja Luka’s public space?
Civil society afraid of what post-corona times could bring.
The case of ‘Schindler’s Lift’ by Darko Cvijetić
Or a story about a corporation, art and the reality of capitalism.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s COVID-19 response threatens fragile human rights
Array of restrictive measures have left many in fear.
Pawel Pawlikowski: I can’t make documentaries now because the world is so ‘mediatized’
Multi-award-winning contemporary film director speaks about documenting Radovan Karadžić and Vladimir Zhirinovsky, and the construction of truth.