The American Fight for Reproductive Rights, from a Bosnian Perspective
The preservation of reproductive rights is one of the greatest challenges to personal rights in 2022. Activists in both the developed and developing worlds share this common fear as governments large and small slowly roll back on previously established legal rights.  A new report by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) indicates that at least …
Witness Support During War Crimes Trials: Rising to the Challenge
While they are aware of various shortcomings, the Support Office says that they are constantly working to improve their resources so they can better serve witnesses and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). 
BiH Diaspora: A Vague Perception of Home and Homeland
The authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina should focus on young people and families leaving the country. The large diaspora can also be one of the possible sources of economic development of the home country.
New Generations Still Follow in a War Criminal’s Footsteps
Experts on transitional justice and human rights activists predict that a fight is ahead. Only those armed with facts can stop the celebration of war criminals, unfortunately, left to the young generation as a cultural heritage.
Stigmatization of Victims Does Not Recognize Gender
Gender-based violence has become a common phenomenon in our society and a problem usually not approached in time. Unfortunately, many victims are afraid to express their thoughts and emotions openly and publicly. Victims’ stories often do not see the light of day; they remain a mere number in the statistics on gender-based violence or a …
Everyday Danger Lurks: Mines and Unexploded Ordinances in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Since the end of the war, mines in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) have been a major problem. According to the latest available data, despite numerous actions warning of unexploded ordnance (UXO), hundreds of people have been killed in mine accidents in BiH.