‘The material damage caused by the floods is far worse than after the war,’ Vedad Pašić from the Tuzla Plenum tells us on Skype, and I’m so shaken by this […]
This article originally appeared on 21.4.2014 at slobodnaevropa.org The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Unsko-sanski canton has filed a minor offence charge against Aida Sejdić for organising a protest that […]
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Bosnia and Herzegovina in Spring from brandon jourdan on Vimeo.
This article by Dejan Vuković originally appeared on 13.3.2014 at frontal.ba Around noon today right in the city centre of Banjaluka an interesting scene unfolded: as a young man parked […]
This article originally appeared on 2.3.2014 at plenumsa.org The Plenum of the citizens of Sarajevo — Press release With actions that directly endangered citizens who, for 25 days straight, have […]
Activists from Banjaluka, Mostar, Sarajevo and Zagreb speaking at the Tuzla plenum on 22 February 2014.
This interview originally appeared in the magazine Slobodna Bosna, issue 902, 20.2.2014 Belgian anthropologist Stef Jansen who has been researching and visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina for over a decade speaks […]
Journalist Senad Hadžifejzović, appearing on the evening news, gave a one-of-a-kind performance never before seen in the profession of journalism. It was a showdown with politicians and political parties, although […]
This article by Eldar Sarajlić was originally published on 18.2.2014 at OpenDemocracy.net under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 licence. Recent unrest in Bosnia has exposed the age-old dilemma about democracy […]