Activities

24.02.2020
Shattered Mirror

14.02.2020
850 Priorities and the time that passes

13.02.2020
*Call for Papers* “Culture and Politics of Remembrance – Southeast European and Balkan Perspective

12.02.2020
...what if we were in the shoes of the other side?

03.02.2020
What Happens When the Mind is Blind?

27.01.2020
It is difficult to deal with the past when pain unfolds

22.01.2020
The Law on Free Access to Public Information and Access to Public Information in Practice

22.01.2020
The Media and the Past that is not Passing

22.01.2020
Truth not spoken at the right time is worse than a lie

21.01.2020
MEDIA REPORTING ON THE PAST: CONTINUATION OF CONFLICT OR PEACE BUILDING?

21.01.2020
Challenging the Truth

20.01.2020
Media As Society’s Alarm to Deal with the Past

20.01.2020
The Serbia Case: Tabloid Journalism and Dealing with the Past

20.01.2020
Onlineseminar - Dealing with the Past Remembrance, reconciliation and reintegration

16.01.2020
My lessons learnt from a violent past for a peaceful future

15.01.2020
The Burden of Reporting on War Crimes in Kosovo

08.01.2020
Bosnia Spends €2 Million on ‘Divisive’ War Memorials

23.12.2019
WE CLOSE OUR EYES IN FRONT OF WAR CRIMES

17.12.2019
The Danger of Silence

06.12.2019
“New time” for the Missing from Kosovo

05.12.2019
Hide and Seek

04.12.2019
18 YEARS LATER

02.12.2019
Gravesites far away from the courtrooms

26.11.2019
The challenges of searching for missing persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina

22.11.2019
Once Upon a Time and Never Again: Commemorating the missing and killed children from the war in Kosovo

21.11.2019
A lifetime of searching for the Missing

08.11.2019
We are not victims; we are fools who allowed another war to happen

06.11.2019
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA’S EFFORTS AT RECONCILIATION AND DEALING WITH THE PAST

03.11.2019
Angel Awaiting Salvation - Dedicated to Kurbinovo

25.10.2019
KAZANI AS SARAJEVO'S STAIN DURING THE SIEGE

21.10.2019
FEMALE SIDE OF PEACE

18.10.2019
Can over there become over here?

13.10.2019
Prishtina Walks

03.10.2019
Dealing with the past in the Western Balkans

27.09.2019
Can we build a peace without gender equality?

27.09.2019
October in Belgrade

16.09.2019
"Dealing with the Past" program

13.09.2019
Peacebuilding in Prijedor

13.09.2019
The past is our common field in the sets of our memories

11.09.2019
Why discuss topics that don't bother you?

09.09.2019
When Memorials Speak

06.09.2019
How much past is enough?

05.09.2019
New Public Monuments in the Region: a weapon in the civil war of memory

04.09.2019
Visit to Omarska & Trnopolje

04.09.2019
Post-Dayton Kozarac

27.08.2019
Scream in the past

22.08.2019
A brief history (an attempt) of the institutionalization of a memory

22.08.2019
Storytelling

20.08.2019
Freeing Space

19.08.2019
Forgiveness

16.08.2019
Economic Instability and War

15.08.2019
Skopje 2014: Ethnocentric Memorialization and Kleptocracy

09.08.2019
FEELINGS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

05.08.2019
It's high time for us to become individuals and stop being ethnicities

04.08.2019
Law on War Memorials in Serbia: Nationalistic Monopoly over Memory

30.07.2019
Personal Commemoration in the face of Public Oblivion

30.07.2019
Building Memory

29.07.2019
Women in Bronze

22.07.2019
Fake news - global phenomenon with no solution on the horizon

19.07.2019
Wake me up when it ends

12.07.2019
The day that might dawn tomorrow

11.07.2019
Srebrenica: dehumanising the Other

11.07.2019
Oblivion, negation and denial equals genocide

09.07.2019
MECHANISM LAUNCHES MEDIA TOOL KIT PAGE AND SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN COMMEMORATING THE 24TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SREBRENICA GENOCIDE

25.06.2019
“You turn the TV on and realize that it’s a state of war”

20.06.2019
Call for Applications: Summer School and Project “Challenge History 3 – React for the Future” Follow up

22.05.2019
An American in Kosovo: Reflections on Collective Identity, National Belonging, and America’s Wartime Legacy

21.05.2019
I do not know my father’s name

15.05.2019
Urbanization of the past and wars of the 1990s

17.04.2019
White Ribbon Day

15.04.2019
Why has Serbia not faced its own war past?

08.04.2019
In Situ Art Festival – Interview with Bojana Stojmenovska, Festival Director

05.04.2019
The Old Bazaar - Skopje’s Treasure

04.04.2019
THE EMOTIONAL ABOVE ALL

03.04.2019
IMAGINATION AS TRUTH

01.04.2019
The Power of Art in Dealing with the Past

26.03.2019
Is it possible to speak about the past, whilst remaining silent about the present and future?

25.03.2019
The Reconciliation of Blood Feuds Campaign 1990-1991: Oral History and Memory

18.03.2019
Is there a (political) life after war crimes?

20.02.2019
From Forgiveness to Reconciliation: Extending a Hand for a Better ‘Today’

24.01.2019
Third Regional Short Story Competition Biber

11.01.2019
BIRN Publishes Report on Challenges to Transitional Justice

03.12.2018
In a Divided Bosnia, Segregated Schools Persist

23.11.2018
Peace must be around you and in you

23.10.2018
Border and Belonging

01.10.2018
Open call for participants in the project 1918-2018: Building peace – lessons from World War One

20.09.2018
From a culture of war to a culture of peace

18.09.2018
Revisiting Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice in the Balkans

17.09.2018
Transitional Justice: Theory versus Reality

03.09.2018
The theatre group challenging Bosnia's ethnic divisions

25.07.2018
Open Call – Sarajevo Film Festival Docu Corner and DwP Program 2018 for BiH Participants

12.07.2018
Learning lessons from a violent past for a peaceful future

04.07.2018
Jajce – students fighting against ethnic divisions

02.07.2018
Suppressed siege of Bihać region

18.06.2018
Anniversaries

08.06.2018
How can arts and culture contribute to dealing with difficult pasts and to reconciliation in Europe?

14.05.2018
OPEN CALL - INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON CONTEMPORARY ART FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

14.05.2018
In the shadow of a diplomatic war

08.05.2018
Academic Conference - Revisiting Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice in the Balkans

07.05.2018
These societies are proving on a daily basis and in every sense that they have not faced the past at all

03.05.2018
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS SUMMER SCHOOL and PROJECT “CHALLENGE HISTORY 2 – REACT FOR THE FUTURE”

03.05.2018
USHMM Event TEACHING ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST AND MASS ATROCITIES: LESSONS FROM THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE

26.04.2018
CROATIA – FACING THE PAST

10.04.2018
Call for Applications – COURSE: Democracy & Post-Conflict Politics in Bosnia

29.03.2018
To Each his Own History: Istorija (Serbian), Historija (Bosnian), Povijest (Croatian)

21.03.2018
POLITICS OF MEMORY

15.03.2018
How do we remember March 24, 1999?

13.03.2018
To Women Who Cannot be Cast into Oblivion

12.03.2018
Multiperspectivity – Sowing the seeds of reconciliation

09.03.2018
History textbooks and dealing with the past in Serbia

08.03.2018
Studies of cultural memory and oral history as a starting point to deal with the past

06.03.2018
Multi-ethnic education is necessary from the earliest age

05.03.2018
When paranoia and propaganda lead education

28.02.2018
A CHANCE TO DEVELOP CRITICAL THINKING

28.02.2018
Living to talk about it

27.02.2018
Historija? Istorija? Povijest?

12.02.2018
Ten years of the Republic of Kosovo

07.02.2018
A moratorium on the past?

01.02.2018
If Albanian and Serb historical textbook narratives remain staunchly divided, what needs to change?

29.01.2018
Balkan States ‘Expected to Sign Truth Commission Agreement’

22.01.2018
The socialist legacy

17.01.2018
Two schools under one roof – a principle that is no longer functioning!

08.01.2018
2018 INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN COMPARATIVE CONFLICT STUDIES

28.12.2017
Bosnia: Landmark Verdicts Highlight Post-War Divisions

18.12.2017
PROMOTION IN TIRANA: "OKRUZENJE IS PERFECTLY PLACED TO LINK REGIONAL INITIATIVES WITH THE PEOPLE LIVING IN THE WESTERN BALKANS”

15.12.2017
Kosovo Serb Minister: Learning Albanian is Necessary

14.12.2017
Facts from The Hague

13.12.2017
Yugoslavia from a historical perspective and perspective of research on Yugoslavia

12.12.2017
The role of dealing with the past in Kosovo’s education system

11.12.2017
The Bosnian ideal – the lost lifestyle

01.12.2017
Reflection on the identity – who am I and what determines me

30.11.2017
The CDRSEE invites you to join the filming of a special episode of ‘Okruzenje/Vicinities’ in Tirana, December 15 at 11.00 am

27.11.2017
Genocide is forever

24.11.2017
JOINT HISTORY PROJECT II VOLUMES LAUNCH IN SLOVENIA

24.11.2017
From a hero to a coward, the line was thin

23.11.2017
The Hague judgments and media wars

22.11.2017
Ratko Mladic Convicted of Genocide, Jailed for Life

22.11.2017
Stories from the closet

21.11.2017
And after the war, again the war

16.11.2017
The CDRSEE invites you to the official launch of our new Joint History Project Workbooks which will take place in Ljubljana

16.11.2017
A heavy inheritance

14.11.2017
Right to remember: Fighting manipulations

06.11.2017
Cultivation of genetically modified nationalism

01.11.2017
The forgotten ones

31.10.2017
Childhood and memories

26.10.2017
My path to where I am

26.10.2017
People that have a soul

18.10.2017
Book of abstracts - Conference "Politics of building peace in the region: burdens from the past and visions for the future"

16.10.2017
Booklet and agenda of the Conference "Politics of Building Peace in the Region: Burdens from the Past and Visions for the Future

16.10.2017
From the rehabilitation of Chetniks to the rehabilitation of the war criminal politics from the nineties

05.10.2017
‘Dealing with the Past: Social Movements in Kosovo in socialism and 1990s

05.10.2017
Bosnia Activists Install Signs at Unmarked War Sites

05.10.2017
CONFERENCE “POLITICS OF BUILDING PEACE IN THE REGION: BURDENS FROM THE PAST AND VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE”

03.10.2017
(IN)COMPLETE IMAGES OF THE FEMALE WAR STORY

02.10.2017
Guardian of memories

26.09.2017
Viki

25.09.2017
Th.M.

22.09.2017
Merita

21.09.2017
Lola

20.09.2017
HANA

19.09.2017
H.K.

18.09.2017
H.H.

15.09.2017
H.A.

14.09.2017
E.T.

13.09.2017
Teuta

13.09.2017
Civilian victims of wars at the mercy of the state of Serbia

12.09.2017
I want to be heard

08.09.2017
CDRSEE launches new collaboration with “Dealing with the past” website

28.08.2017
A movie is a time capsule

25.08.2017
Dealing with the past through gatherings of youth from different post-conflict societies

17.08.2017
‘Men Don’t Cry’: Revealing Balkan Veterans’ Emotions

15.08.2017
DESPITE ITS LIMITS, THE ICTY HAS BLAZED A TRAIL FOR VICTIMS’ EMPOWERMENT

12.08.2017
New editions of Dealing with the Past and True Stories Market to Be Presented at Sarajevo Film Festival

10.08.2017
Journalist associations from the region welcome the arrest of a person who threatened journalist Dragan Bursac

08.08.2017
Memories As a Form of Wounds

03.08.2017
Tragic Search for Victims of Croatia’s Operation Storm

20.07.2017
CfA "International Youth Camp - Dealing with the Past and Holocaust Histories in the Balkans", Bitola, Macedonia, Sept. 10-19, 2017.

19.07.2017
'OKRUZENJE' MAKES HISTORY IN TRIESTE

19.07.2017
Invitation to the roundtable - “Challenge History: lessons learnt for a better future”

17.07.2017
Monuments and memorials in the former Yugoslavia as an obstacle for facing the past

14.07.2017
Hide-and-seek game

10.07.2017
‘OKRUŽENJE’ (VICINITIES) ENTERS ITS SIXTH SEASON

10.07.2017
Dealing with the Past from the perspective of Psychotherapy

22.06.2017
Victorious Bosnia students 'will continue segregation struggle'

21.06.2017
My visual memory

16.06.2017
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Greater efforts needed to enhance social cohesion and media freedom

15.06.2017
Partisans’ Necropolis in Bosnia’s Mostar Left to Rot

15.06.2017
Pupils Challenge Ethnically-Divided Education in Bosnia

13.06.2017
Apply for the Summer University Srebrenica

31.05.2017
SELECTIVE MEMORY

31.05.2017
Mirrors of our memories

19.05.2017
The Fates of Balkan and Western Democracy are Inseparable

28.04.2017
Academic conference “The Politics of Building Peace in the Region: Burdens of the Past and Visions for the Future”

10.04.2017
Democracy & Post-Conflict Politics in Bosnia

10.04.2017
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: SUMMER SCHOOL “CHALLENGE HISTORY”

30.03.2017
Post-Yugoslav ‘Common Language’ Declaration Challenges Nationalism

22.03.2017
Srebrenica’s First Serb Mayor Tries to Escape the Past

17.03.2017
Croatian Tour Guides Ask for War History Lessons

07.03.2017
Seeking Justice in a Divided Region: Text Analysis of Regional Civil Society Deliberations in the Balkans

07.03.2017
RECONCILIATION IS NOT COOL

02.03.2017
Mitrovica’s Flashpoint Bridge Symbolises Kosovo’s Divisions

14.02.2017
Kosovo’s Thaci Announces Post-War Reconciliation Commission

07.02.2017
Sarajevo Peace Charter Challenges Balkan Warmongers

07.02.2017
Refik Hodžić on the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal

01.02.2017
Bosnia’s War Childhood Museum Opens in Sarajevo

20.01.2017
Which Balkan Minorities Is Less Talking About?

20.01.2017
Kosovo’s Serbs Feel Frightened, Insecure and Misused

19.12.2016
BIRN’s Kosovo War Film Screened in Banja Luka

05.12.2016
Fascist Slogan Near Croatia Concentration Camp Sparks Anger

05.12.2016
Sarajevo Siege Novel Celebrates Decency Under Fire

24.11.2016
Bosnian War Childhood Museum Edges Closer to Opening

08.11.2016
Kosovo Director Focuses Lens on Post-War Trauma

02.11.2016
Victims of War are Becoming Invisible in Times of Peace

24.10.2016
Bosnian War Rape Victims Rue Lost Motherhood

24.10.2016
BIRN’s Kosovo War Film Screened at Sarajevo University

18.10.2016
UN Presses Bosnia on Missing Persons

12.10.2016
Photographer Documents Kosovo War’s Human Impact

06.10.2016
The Case for Action on Transitional Justice and Displacement

06.10.2016
Netherlands Targeted in Appeal Over Srebrenica Deaths

06.10.2016
Political Reconciliation: With or Without Grand Narratives? [Paper]

06.10.2016
Amid Growing Tensions In The Balkans, A Museum For Peace Is Born

22.09.2016
Kosovo Could Restore Serb-Albanian Anti-Fascist Monument

22.09.2016
Transitional Justice and Media: A Crucial But Neglected Relationship

21.09.2016
Vucic and Durakovic talk about Srebrenica at Clinton panel

19.09.2016
HER- AND HIS- STORY DISCUSSED IN SMALL TALK

16.09.2016
Yugoslav Rock Music’s Doomed Concert for Peace

06.09.2016
Balkan Prosecutors Vow Justice for War Crimes Victims

05.09.2016
On the Progress of Transitional Justice in Serbia

02.09.2016
Serbian City Plans Monument to Partisans’ WWII Victims

01.09.2016
A POIGNANT TRIBUTE TO KOSOVO’S MISSING PERSONS

30.08.2016
Ending the silence surrounding secret mass graves and the fates of the missing

30.08.2016
Kosovo President: Missing Persons are a ‘Grave Wound’

16.08.2016
What is Political Reconciliation? Reflections on Reconciliation after the Karadzic Trial

15.08.2016
Bosnian War Crimes Convicts Pay to Stay Free

04.08.2016
On Reconciliation

01.08.2016
The insufficient commemoration of civilian victims in Kosovo

22.07.2016
Sarajevo Museum of Crimes Against Humanity Open

22.07.2016
Dealing with the Past, a project of the Sarajevo Film Festival

21.07.2016
More efficient prosecution of war crimes and respect for rights of civilian victims of war – condition for EU membership

13.07.2016
Mirëdita Dobar Dan Festival in Belgrade: We Stuck our Foot in the Open Door

13.07.2016
BiH Alternative Report 2016: Political criteria

12.07.2016
Speech of future President of Serbia in Srebrenica on July 11th

11.07.2016
International Youth Workcamp – Dealing with the Past and Jewish History in the Balkans

07.07.2016
THE POLITICAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN POST-CONFLICT BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

07.07.2016
RESPONding to the Past must involve RESPONsibility Acceptance

21.06.2016
UN Women Statement for the first International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict

17.06.2016
About Remembrance and Reconciliation: ICTJ Debate Summary

17.06.2016
Sandra Orlović: Prosecution of war crimes in Serbia will sink even lower

14.06.2016
Izetbegović’s Visit to Kazani is a Contribution to Reconciliation

11.06.2016
Macedonia is reaching crisis point and the West is looking the other way

11.06.2016
Educational Standards and the Wars in Former Yugoslavia

25.05.2016
Justice for atrocity and economic crimes: can the EU deliver?

25.05.2016
Educating about transitional justice in Kosovo [policy paper]

25.05.2016
A Reporter Returns to Kosovo, 15 Years Later

18.05.2016
Bosnia museum highlights childhood war experiences

17.05.2016
The psychological cost of reconciliation

10.05.2016
What 50 War Criminals Have to Say about International Justice

10.05.2016
More than 600 persons indicted for war crimes

06.05.2016
David Tolbert: The Šešelj, Karadžić and Gotovina judgements have been disappointing

04.05.2016
The Balkans and culture of remembrance: Murderers as model citizens

27.04.2016
Omanović: My life from hate to peace building

26.04.2016
Research on culture of remembrance

20.04.2016
“The Challenge of Commemoration and Holocaust Education”

19.04.2016
„Meeting points: What are the Balkans and what could they be?

15.04.2016
Dealing with the Past Necessary for Reconciliation in the Western Balkans

13.04.2016
Post-Karadzic Bosnia and Herzegovina: The End of the Criminal Justice Era

13.04.2016
Invitation - “Depth Two”

13.04.2016
The Past as a Supermarket

13.04.2016
Results of Competition on Culture of Remembrance “Moments-Monuments-Movements

07.04.2016
'Farah Tahirbegović' Award for the Youth Initiative 'Because it Concerns Me'

06.04.2016
Why Macedonia is Not Interested in Reconciliation Process in the Region?

02.04.2016
Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Effects of Ingroup Identification, Outgroup Trust and Intergroup Forgiveness on Intergroup Contact

30.03.2016
Activists March to Kosovo Mass Grave in Belgrade

30.03.2016
History textbooks in post-conflict societies: Education for reconciliation? [Publication]

25.03.2016
Tribunal convicts Radovan Karadžić for crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina

25.03.2016
What the Karadzic verdict means for Bosnia

24.03.2016
Promotion of Bekim Fehmiu book "Brilliant and Terrifying" – part two

23.03.2016
Eric Gordy on forthcoming verdict in Radovan Karadžić case

18.03.2016
Arrested Truth: Transitional Justice and the Politics of Remembrance in Kosovo

15.03.2016
START OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN SKOPJE ABOUT THE GENOCIDE OF ROMA AND SINTI DURING WORLD WAR II

11.03.2016
Call for Applications: Sub-granting programme for investigative journalism

09.03.2016
Kosovo Honours Female War Victims on Women’s Day

07.03.2016
NICOLAS MOLL: A positive hero for everyone?
The memorialization of Srđan Aleksić 
in post-Yugoslav countries

07.03.2016
The Berlin Report of the Human Security Study Group

02.03.2016
Kosovo High Schools to Teach Transitional Justice

02.03.2016
The Victims of War Crimes and Their Civic Voice

25.02.2016
Christian A. Nielsen: The Hague tribunal has drawn a decent historical sketch of the breakup of the former Yugoslavia

25.02.2016
People and Memories Talk

22.02.2016
Sustainable Return: A Guarantee for Stability and Integration in Bosnia-Herzegovina

19.02.2016
Depth Two: Facing up to our own crimes

16.02.2016
How well do young Albanians and Serbs know each other?

10.02.2016
A positive hero for everyone? The memorialization of Srđan Aleksić in post-Yugoslav countries

04.02.2016
What Bosnians think about being divided by ethnicity?

02.02.2016
Open the Archives of the Yugoslavia Tribunal!

01.02.2016
Report Serbia - Events of 2015

28.01.2016
Hate Speech That May Evolve into Crime

28.01.2016
Silence and Denial in Višegrad

26.01.2016
Open University: Nationalism and the Recent Past

20.01.2016
3rd International Summer School

19.01.2016
Reparations and Assistance for Victims: What’s the Difference?

18.01.2016
Igor Štiks: We still haven’t been able to create a regional narrative about reconciliation

05.01.2016
“MemorInmotion”- pedagogical tool on the culture of remembrance/ Documentation and evaluation for 2015

16.12.2015
The Soul’s Remembrance – Book Promotion Event

15.12.2015
Education – cure or symptom?

08.12.2015
"MemorInmotion" works

07.12.2015
Sarajevo Remembers Serb Wartime Victims

03.12.2015
“not to be repeated!”: ongoing trauma for victims of bosnia-herzegovina civil war 20 years later.

02.12.2015
Branko Ćulibrk: It is important to initiate a discussion on "difficult" issues and not be afraid of threats

23.11.2015
The EU’s Policy Framework on support to transitional justice

23.11.2015
THEATER OF PEACE LIVE

23.11.2015
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Almost 7,000 people still missing

19.11.2015
Education and Transitional Justice: Opportunities and Challenges for Peacebuilding [report]

18.11.2015
Balkan Politicians ‘Not Taking Reconciliation Seriously’

09.11.2015
4 Open University Sarajevo

06.11.2015
Bosnia’s Unending War

04.11.2015
‘The Dark Ages’ Turns Bosnian War into Drama

30.10.2015
Researching reconciliation: between public narratives and micro-politics

23.10.2015
Tears Falling on Bread ~ Winning Story of Srđan Aleksić Youth Competition

23.10.2015
DAY OF REMEMBRANCE OF THE VICTIMS AT KAZANI

21.10.2015
ANNIVERSARY OF THE SUFFERING OF VICTIMS FROM SJEVERIN

19.10.2015
Humanity with a woman’s face in Bosnia and Herzegovina

19.10.2015
War Childhood Museum

16.10.2015
Distorted Remembrance Culture ‘Traps Bosnia in Past’

05.10.2015
Bekim Fehmiu Film Week in Kosovo, 06 – 10 October 2015

16.09.2015
Cultures of Remembrance in Sarajevo, or the Protracted Search for Multiperspectivity and Integration

30.08.2015
UDIK-ICMP: THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE DISAPPEARED OBSERVED IN SARAJEVO

25.04.2015
An action for expressing support to the establishment of the RECOM initiative was held in Banja Luka

20.04.2015
Documenting detention camps and other detention facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the period 1992-1995

02.04.2015
TRIAL/analysis: Enforcement of damage compensation requests of war crimes victims in criminal proceedings in BiH

26.02.2015
Project entitled ''Mapping Detention Camps/Detention Facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the period 1992-1995''

13.10.2014
CDTP organised a RECOM support campaign in Banja Luka

FILTER