“The Love Tales” and “MIR” – Shifting Creative Boundaries and Social Narratives
In honor of International Peace Day, the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) opened the exhibition “The Love Tales,” which presents a photo-story about multi-ethnic relationships and marriages from different cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In addition, PCRC launched MIR [Peace] Magazine, a platform which enables young people to push creative and social boundaries in our country. …
Srebrenica Youth School – The path to multicultural understanding
The third edition of the Srebrenica Youth School, which was held as part of the 27th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, was characterized by participants as a useful and educational experience.
A Special Educational Program for Youth this Summer in Srebrenica
The Srebrenica Memorial Center and the Post-Conflict Research  Center are organizing the third edition of the Srebrenica Youth School from July 5th to 13th. The participants will have the opportunity to learn about transitional justice, memorialization and historical narrative building, human rights, and the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities.
The Blessed Martyrs of the Drina: A Symbol of Protest and the Fight for Honor
The Blessed Martyrs of the Drina are a symbol of the suffering of the people of the Podrinje region. Their story teaches us that love is more valuable and noble than hatred, and that war brings no good to anyone, only suffering and loss.
BiH Diaspora: A Vague Perception of Home and Homeland
The authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina should focus on young people and families leaving the country. The large diaspora can also be one of the possible sources of economic development of the home country.
To preserve and return religious items means to respect multiethnicity in Bosnia and Herzegovina
During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, many religious buildings and structures were demolished, and items, including Holy Books (the Qur'an, Bible, Torah, and Haggadah), were burned or displaced. Numerous families of different ethnicities have preserved some of these items and once they got the opportunity, they returned them to where they belong.