Tag: Transitional Justice

In-depth | Missing persons

Missing from the wartime narrative

By - 13.11.2020

Stories of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian persecution still rarely heard.

Perspectives | War Crimes

Living with Milošević’s legacy means living voiceless for survivors

By - 23.07.2020

Three decades on, what will it take to put survivors above language of hate and division?

Perspectives | Transitional Justice

Is inclusive development possible without collective therapy?

By - 11.04.2020

The collective trauma from the bitter past with Serbia will not leave us, even during the pandemic.

One-on-one | Politics

Roland Gjoni: Kosovo is simultaneously ‘too big’ and ‘too small’ of an international issue

By - 19.09.2019

Legal and political scientist talks geopolitics, Albanian nationalism and domestic tensions in Albania.

Perspectives | Transitional Justice

Kosovo’s genocide resolution resolves nothing

By - 24.05.2019

How is an entire nation going deaf over too much noise for nothing?

Perspectives | Serbia

Our children are learning distorted stories of Serbia’s past

By - 10.04.2019

How Serbia has drawn a veil over one part of its history.

Blogbox | BiH

Growing up in a world created by Radovan Karadžić

By - 20.03.2019

Final verdict gives us the chance to seize the moment.

Perspectives | BiH

Experimenting with peace

By - 08.12.2018

How political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina are manipulating the peace agreement.

Perspectives | Transitional Justice

Being tried without being present

By - 22.11.2018

Could changes to the Criminal Procedure Code allowing trials in absentia aid transitional justice?

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