Open Fun Football Schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The importance of sports for children and young adults cannot be underestimated. Sports are a great way for children to learn essential life skills that will serve them in later life, such as teamwork, cooperation, and the principles of a healthy lifestyle.
The Pursuit for Equality: Women and Business in BiH
It isn’t easy being a woman in today’s world, but the increasing differences in the treatment of women and men have a significant impact on the statistics on women’s employment in BiH.
Time Does Its Thing. Are You Doing Your Thing, Man?
“It was the winter of 1996. The month of March. It was cold, very cold.”
Dutch Media and the Srebrenica Genocide: Coverage or Cover-up?
Dutch media coverage of the Bosnian War partly explains why Dutch politicians and the general public are conflicted about the role played by Dutchbats during the war.
‘They Became Who They Are During the Siege’: Interview with Amra Bakšić Čamo, Co-Producer of Sympathy For The Devil
A new film, Sympathy for the Devil, will examine the experiences of the journalists reporting from the front-line in BiH. Balkan Diskurs sat down with co-producer Amra Bakšić Čamo to discuss the upcoming film and her experiences working in the Bosnian film industry.
The Age of “Yellow Gold”: Life as a Herzegovinian Tobacconist in the 1950s
For decades, tobacco has been a way of life for many Herzegovinians, but there once was a time when the free trade of tobacco was forbidden. Those who dealt in tobacco during that time will always remember it as the age of "Yellow Gold”.