The Right to Choose: Embracing Differences in an Increasingly Intolerant Society
By setting double standards and speaking about quasi-democracy and human rights while rejecting everything that is different, Bosnian society is becoming increasingly intolerant.
(Un)civilized Living
Despite recent improvements, litter remains a major problem in parts of the Bosnian city of Visoko. Lejla Becar explores.
Combating Hate Speech in Bosnia-Herzegovina
This special report explores the prevalence of hate speech in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Balkan Diskurs has pulled together a collection of articles from its team of youth correspondents, providing valuable insights into the fight against online and offline hate speech across the country.
Insufficient Punishment of Hate Speech Crimes
Hate speech is more common than hate crime as it is encouraged by the unregulated sphere of internet communication.
Football Stands – Settling Nationalist Scores
The phenomenon of expressing hatred in the stands and stadiums of Bosnian football clubs has not yet subsided. Experts claim that those in the stands are used to expressing the rage accumulated in their personal lives.
Remembering Yugoslavia: ‘Even the drugs were cleaner’
Nostalgia reflects the present as well as fragments of the past in the former Yugoslavia.