Tatjana Milovanović

Tatjana Milovanović

Tatjana Milovanović is Associate Editor at Balkan Diskurs. Tatjana has 10 years of experience in the fields of intercultural dialogue, reconciliation and youth activism and holds a Law degree from the University of East Sarajevo. She was also a member of the first Youth Advisory Group of the OSCE Mission to BiH and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Paul & Boba: A Love Story under the Siege
Do not shoot. Waste your bullets. I’m immortal. During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), families across the world sat down every evening to watch scenes of besieged Sarajevo from their living rooms. What the viewers didn’t see amidst the footage of horror and destruction is how the Siege of Sarajevo could also result …
Exposing Children to Tobacco Smoke is Unacceptable
According to a study conducted by the World Bank, more than one million adults and two thousand children aged 10 to 14 in BiH are daily tobacco users.
Adama Dieng: My Dream is to See the Polarization Along Identity Lines Destroyed
On 12 February 2017, The Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC), and the UN Resident Coordinator for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) hosted and organized a meeting between Civil Society Organization (CSO) representatives and Under-Secretary-General Adama Dieng, United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide.
BiH’s Media Landscape: Unsustainable and Partially Free
“Journalists in both entities remain vulnerable to threats and hate speech, and several journalists have reported leaving the country because they feared for their safety.”
Macedonia – Countering Brutality in The Land of a Bloody Sun
“At this time, it is important that all citizens, regardless of their differences, understand that we are facing a political machine that threatens our right to life through the systematic destruction of our institutions,” Golubovska explains.
Who Am I?
What does it mean to be Bosnian in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and does such an identity even exist?