Mari Zeko

Mari Zeko

Mari holds a Bachelor’s in Communications and Modern Languages from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences as well as a Master’s in Transnational Studies from University College London. She has experience as a journalist and has worked on various social media projects and has written articles on a variety of societal issues, including education in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mari's primary interests include post-war reconciliation, (economic), development and the impact of culture (arts, cinema etc.) on society.

We Led Normal Lives in an Abnormal Situation
Imagine living in a city where you’re not allowed to cross a certain street. Or attending a school that has a forbidden floor. This is not the plot of some suspense or a horror film, but a reality in Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje – a city in central Bosnia that is divided along ethnic lines.