The Keepers of Culture: Mostar’s Jews Fight to Preserve Heritage
The life of Jews in Mostar today is anything but easy. For years, this minority population living in the city on the Neretva River has been trying to improve their position in society and preserve the rich heritage of the Jewish culture in the region.
Jajce’s Treasure Trove of Memories
"If only it could be like the good ol’ times, a time of power and of Tito and his pioneers. Everything would be easier."
Flotel Europa: Memories of a Bosnian Refugee in Denmark
Flotel Europa, a documentary directed by Vladimir Tomić, won the Special Jury Mention at the Sarajevo Film Festival on the 22 August 2015
Nikola Čvoro: Building Trust among Bosnian Youth
In a country such as ours, where young people don’t go to other parts of the city where they were born solely because they were taught not to, Nikola is a hero.
Who Am I?
What does it mean to be Bosnian in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and does such an identity even exist?
Bosnia as the European Avant-garde
Despite the fact that it went through the most brutal armed conflict in Europe since World War II, Bosnia-Herzegovina’s multiculturalism —albeit now tinged with horrific war memories — is at least three levels above Western multiculturalism.