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Sarajevo’s Enduring Optimism Print E-mail
Sunday, 04 October 2015 04:51

Read more...In June, at the end of a long day, I found myself wandering down the Ferhadija, a 16th-century pedestrian way that runs through the heart of Old Town Sarajevo. On warm evenings the walkway swells and churns until it resembles a river of humanity — people come out to see and be seen, to promenade and take in the rhythms of the city as children dart between legs, young lovers stroll arm in arm, and the distant heave of an accordion echoes down an alleyway. Read more...

Cultures of Remembrance in Sarajevo, or the Protracted Search for Multiperspectivity and Integration Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 13:43

Read more...In history books, travel guides and the international public sphere, Sarajevo is basically linked with three historical events. On 28 June 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a member of the nationalist revolutionary movement Mlada Bosna (‘Young Bosnia’), assassinated the heir to the Austrian throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Duchess Sophie Chotek, an event which is generally considered to have triggered the First World War.

The ‘Sarajevo 1878–1918’ museum, located near the site of the assassination, is nowadays the most prominent site of remembrance of the killing, the Archduke and Duchess, and the Young Bosnian movement.

The second, more pleasant event was the 14th Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo in 1984. The Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War of 1992 to 1995 is the third historical event generally associated with this city. The extent of devastation caused by war and violence is still evident today in the many bullet holes and ruins, including some of the Olympic facilities. Sarajevo’s tension-laden historical culture, in particular with reference to the war of the 1990s, is the focus of this article. Some historical background information on the city’s political divisions will be provided by way of an introduction. An overview of the development and implementation of initiatives for cultural remembrance will follow, with a closer look at the permanent exhibition on the Siege of Sarajevo at the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as the permanent exhibition at the ‘Srebrenica 11/07/95’ gallery.

Finally, a number of blind spots and points of contention will be discussed with regard to official cultures of remembrance in Sarajevo.


Prijedlog za izmjene i dopune Zakona o zabrani diskriminacije BiH Print E-mail
Monday, 07 September 2015 18:45

Sarajevski otvoreni centar:

Prijedlog za izmjene i dopune Zakona o zabrani diskriminacije BiH

Sarajevo, avgust 2015.

Model Zakona o Instituciji ombudsmena za ljudska prava BiH Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 14:21

Institucija ombudsmena/ombudsmana za ljudska prava Bosne i Hercegovine je centralna nezavisna institucija za zaštitu i promociju ljudskih prava. Imajući na umu da u Bosni i Hercegovini ne postoje druge državne institucije ombudsmenskog karaktera (npr. specijalizovani ombudsmeni), niti druge nezavisne institucije za ljudska prava, značaj Institucije ombudsmena/ombudsmena za ljudska prava Bosne i Hercegovine još je veći.
Prijedlozi za unapređenje institucionalnih okvira za zaštitu i promociju ljudskih prava

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Justice for the families of the missing must be a priority for the state Print E-mail
Friday, 28 August 2015 23:53

On the occasion of the International Day of the Disappeared on 30 August, Amnesty International is urging authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to truly commit to resolving the over 8,000 outstanding cases of enforced disappearances from the 1992-1995 war, and to provide access to truth, justice and social-economic rights for the families. Read more...

Kinship and Elopement in Bosnia-Hercegovina Print E-mail
Friday, 28 August 2015 23:48

Read more...Review of Keith Doubt, Through the Window: Kinship and Elopement in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Central European University Press, Budapest and New York, 2014, 158 +xvii pp.

‘The world has read much about the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, its horrible nature and unconscionable character’, writes Keith Doubt in his preface, ‘but the world has read less about Bosnia-Herzegovina itself’ (p. xii).

Meet the women who are fearlessly fighting violence Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 August 2015 00:14

The story is all too familiar: systematic rape is used as a weapon of war to control, intimidate, and humiliate women and girls. Whether in armed conflicts or in unstable post-conflict countries, millions of women and girls are targets of sexual assault. But many of them are also working fearlessly to end the cycle of violence and empower survivors. That is the story we don’t hear enough. Read more...