Activities

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

13.10.2019
Prishtina Walks

11.01.2019
BIRN Publishes Report on Challenges to Transitional Justice

03.12.2018
In a Divided Bosnia, Segregated Schools Persist

28.12.2017
Bosnia: Landmark Verdicts Highlight Post-War Divisions

15.12.2017
Kosovo Serb Minister: Learning Albanian is Necessary

22.11.2017
Ratko Mladic Convicted of Genocide, Jailed for Life

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

19.07.2017
'OKRUZENJE' MAKES HISTORY IN TRIESTE

10.07.2017
‘OKRUŽENJE’ (VICINITIES) ENTERS ITS SIXTH SEASON

22.06.2017
Victorious Bosnia students 'will continue segregation struggle'

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

15.06.2017
Pupils Challenge Ethnically-Divided Education in Bosnia

19.05.2017
The Fates of Balkan and Western Democracy are Inseparable

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
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

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

18.10.2016
UN Presses Bosnia on Missing Persons

12.10.2016
Photographer Documents Kosovo War’s Human Impact

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

06.10.2016
Netherlands Targeted in Appeal Over Srebrenica Deaths

22.09.2016
Kosovo Could Restore Serb-Albanian Anti-Fascist Monument

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

02.09.2016
Serbian City Plans Monument to Partisans’ WWII Victims

01.09.2016
A POIGNANT TRIBUTE TO KOSOVO’S MISSING PERSONS

15.08.2016
Bosnian War Crimes Convicts Pay to Stay Free

22.07.2016
Sarajevo Museum of Crimes Against Humanity Open

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

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

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

25.05.2016
A Reporter Returns to Kosovo, 15 Years Later

18.05.2016
Bosnia museum highlights childhood war experiences

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

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

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

23.03.2016
Eric Gordy on forthcoming verdict in Radovan Karadžić case

04.02.2016
What Bosnians think about being divided by ethnicity?

02.02.2016
Open the Archives of the Yugoslavia Tribunal!

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

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