Kindness is a Language the Deaf Can Hear and the Blind Can See
This is the story of four individuals who are taking action to create positive change for those living with hearing, vision, and mobility impairments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
450 Years of Jewish Life in Sarajevo
In this week's long read, Mads Jacobsen explores the Jewish experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina through the eyes of Sarajevo-born Rabbi Eliezer Papo.
Web Portals: From Freedom of Speech to Violence
Internet forums are a parallel universe and the real face of a frustrated and bitter society that, unfortunately, is not mature enough to engage in discussions supported by arguments.
#ONEINTHREE
In Bosnia-Herzegovina, one in three LGBT people have been victims of violence or extreme discrimination, but only every seventh incident has been reported to the police. (Source: Pink Report – Annual Report on the State of the Human Rights of LGBT People in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014, Sarajevo Open Center, March 5, 2015). If you …
A New Hope for LGBT in Bosnia-Herzegovina?
Chloé Gaillard speaks with Jasenko, organizer and activist of the 2015 international movie festival Merlinka, about the situation of the Lesbian-Gay-Bi-Trans (LGBT) community in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH).