Tag: bosnia

Blogbox | bosnia

Justice comes from squares, streets and citizens’ assemblies

By - 10.06.2020

Socioeconomic violence and justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Perspectives | bosnia

Under siege

By - 24.03.2020

Writer Faruk Šehić on life in the era of COVID-19 and the borders imposed on freedoms.

One-on-one | Books

Aleksandar Hemon: The Balkans is just close enough to being Europe to perpetually fail at being Europe

By - 16.02.2020

One of the most acclaimed writers and thinkers of our times speaks on genocide denial, Western societal arrogance and a lifetime of displacement.

Perspectives | bosnia

Life between closed borders

By - 06.02.2020

The Balkan Route through Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to be active.

Blogbox | bosnia

‘Deleting the pain’ at Bosnia’s borders

By - 19.11.2019

Violence, dehumanization and restriction of human rights.

Perspectives | Books

A betrayal of literature

By - 16.10.2019

How and why the Nobel Committee for Literature awarded Peter Handke.

One-on-one | bosnia

Zilka Spahić-Šiljak: ‘Ethnic division leads to women — but also men — having their rights violated’

By - 17.09.2018

TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 4) — Gender studies professor talks about religion and feminism, and how nationalism affects woman.