Prevention of gender-based violence through education
The topic of gender-based violence is not covered in regular school curricula, which hinders efforts to prevent this increasingly common practice in Bosnian society. Education professionals, the non-governmental sector, and human rights activists agree that the fight against all forms of violence must be a part of everyday life, especially in communication with children and …
Coal Mining in BiH: Putting Pressure on the Authorities to Power the Fading Light at the End of the Tunnel
Last year’s protests in front of the Government of the Federation indicate the government’s laissez-faire attitude towards miners who put their blood, sweat, and tears into putting bread on the table, sometimes with fatal results.
Are Višegrad Returnees Becoming a Statistical Anomaly?
In Višegrad, which was subjected to one of the most ruthless ethnic cleansing campaigns during the war, Bosniak returnees we visited claim that interethnic relations are currently friendly, but that if there was no tourism around the famous Mehmed Pasha Sokolović Bridge and the Višegrad hydroelectric power plant “the city would be dead.“ 
Untold Stories: Youth Working at the Srebrenica Memorial Center
The Memorial Center in Srebrenica strives to preserve the memory of genocide and combat its denial. A young volunteer from Visoko, Amina Žiga, has been part of the team for a year, even though she is not from Srebrenica.
Nisam Tražila: Four Girls Who Fought Against Gender-Based Violence
The “Nisam tražila” initiative ([‘I didn’t ask for it’]) began with four art students’ reactions to rape cases in Serbia: Mateja Mavrak, Asja Krsmanović, Ana Tikvić, and Nadina Mičić.
How the Pandemic Led to an Increase in Gender-Based Violence
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions such as quarantine, curfew, and other forms of movement restriction are considered one of the necessary health measures that can save millions of lives. For women and girls, however, they can increase the risk of violence or even death.