Sustainable Return: A Guarantee for Stability and Integration in Bosnia-Herzegovina
This paper analyzes the importance of the return process and sustainable integration of returnees for reconciliation in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina. With Annex VII of General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia (Dayton Peace Agreement, or DPA), refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) were ensured they could return to their pre-war homes. One obstacle for returnee families is in education – ethnically biased curricula increase divisions between groups.
Dayton’s 20th Birthday – Growing up with Divorced Parents: Between a Struggling Mother[land] and Paternal Political Abuse
In November 2015, a group of national and international experts gathered to discuss the problems that continue to surround the implementation of the Dayton Peace Accords. Natalija Krstova reports.
20 Years after Dayton: What’s Next for Bosnia?
Twenty years after the Dayton Peace Agreement (DPA) was signed, Bosnia-Herzegovina faces challenges such as corruption, high youth unemployment, poor social and economic conditions and a lack of political will to implement reforms. Mads H. Jacobsen and Andreas W. Rasmussen report.
Frozen Politics: Bosnian Youth Challenge the Status Quo
Balkan Diskurs youth correspondents with the support of the Post-Conflict Research Center produced a new video showing youth attitudes towards the Dayton Peace Agreement – 20 years after its signing.
Jajce – Historical Town of Lost Significance
A popular destination with locals and travelers alike, Jajce has far more to offer than its renowned 20-meter high waterfall. Sara Velaga and Ognjen Todorović explore some of the city’s sights beyond the beaten tourist trail.
Bosnia’s Different Truths
The fighting ended long ago, but it would be a stretch to say the country is at peace.