Eko Jasmina: A small organic food business finds success despite dissatisfaction with the system
Mostar’s Jasmina Ćušić started Eko Jasmina, a small store for organic fruits and vegetables, five years ago to “revolt against the system in Bosnia and Herzegovina”.
Amila Ramović: Progressive and critical thought of real art
Amila Ramović, assistant professor at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy at the Music Academy of the University of Sarajevo, talks to Balkan Diskurs about critical thinking through art. In addition to her academic title, she is the President of the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a member of …
Artist Hanna Dujmović: With a lot of hard work, every goal is achievable
Hanna Dumović is an academic sculptor, who describes herself as an imaginative, ambitious and unusual girl who lives her dreams. Unlike many of her peers, Hanna did not wait for the change to happen on its own after graduation, but actively worked on achieving her goals.
Is mental health still taboo?
Twenty-one-year-old Kenan Suljić is one of the creators of the world's first application to fight depression.
The Artists who Took Politicians off the Billboards
“I think that the culmination of the epidemic and the fear from death made art shine with its full splendor, giving people back hope and reminding them how unimportant politicians really are for their lives. Turn off the TV and they disappear,” – Jelena Medić on the occasion of her exhibition, “Budni,” which debuted after …
A New Hiking Route: New Tourist Potential For Željezno Polje
Markings on the hiking trail near Mahnjača encourages the inhabitants of Željezno Polje to discover the beauties and potential of their mountainous village. This is a story about how the joint work of mountaineers and other locals opens the way to new recreational and economic opportunities. When driving from Žepče to Zenica in central Bosnia …