Dalibor Tanić: If All You See is that I Am Roma, the Flaw is Yours
This was supposed to be a story about national minorities, however, it soon became an effort to find the words to best describe the greatness of a man who does not allow others to judge him based on what he is, but rather on all the important characteristics that make him WHO he is.
Girls Coding Kosova: Empowering Women Programmers Code by Code
Girls Coding Kosova is proving that the technology sector is not just a man’s domain.
Overcoming the Odds: Members of Bosnia’s Disabled Community Successfully Navigate Education and Employment
Two young women discuss the challenges and triumphs in their educational and professional careers, exposing the exclusion and discrimination faced by many people living with disabilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kindness is a Language the Deaf Can Hear and the Blind Can See
This is the story of four individuals who are taking action to create positive change for those living with hearing, vision, and mobility impairments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
450 Years of Jewish Life in Sarajevo
In this week's long read, Mads Jacobsen explores the Jewish experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina through the eyes of Sarajevo-born Rabbi Eliezer Papo.
Web Portals: From Freedom of Speech to Violence
Internet forums are a parallel universe and the real face of a frustrated and bitter society that, unfortunately, is not mature enough to engage in discussions supported by arguments.