Tag: BiH

Perspectives | War Crimes

Twenty-five years after the Srebrenica Genocide

By - 11.07.2020

Accounting for the missing in Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond.

Blogbox | War Crimes

We survived, but a part of us died in Srebrenica

By - 07.07.2020

The Srebrenica genocide as seen through the eyes of a child.

Blogbox | BiH

Solidarity makes the system work

By - 01.06.2020

Truth as the only option.

One-on-one | Arts

Selma Selman: I believe art is powerful enough to have an impact on people’s lives

By - 13.05.2020

An artist dividing her life between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United States discusses the importance of education.

In-depth | BiH

Who’s in charge of Banja Luka’s public space?

By - 04.05.2020

Civil society afraid of what post-corona times could bring.

Perspectives | BiH

The case of ‘Schindler’s Lift’ by Darko Cvijetić

By - 22.04.2020

Or a story about a corporation, art and the reality of capitalism.

Perspectives | BiH

We’re all coming out, for sure

By - 31.08.2019

How to publicly talk and write about LGBTQI in our society.

One-on-one | Film

Pawel Pawlikowski: I can’t make documentaries now because the world is so ‘mediatized’

By - 23.08.2019

Multi-award-winning contemporary film director speaks about documenting Radovan Karadžić and Vladimir Zhirinovsky, and the construction of truth.

Show me more