In Search of Truth: Perspectives on Fact-Checking
David Schafer reports on WARM Festival’s ”Fact Checking Challenges” program, which discussed the role and technical challenges of fact checking in conflict reporting.
Telling Their Story: Reflections on War
In an era of fleeting public attention, where audiences are increasingly impervious to the images of human suffering that permeate their television screens, Rémy doesn’t report with the goal of shaping policy or generating a particular response from Western governments. Rather, he sees himself as a messenger for those people who are living through war.
In Pursuit of Media Freedom in Bosnia-Herzegovina
In a young country where unfettered freedom of the press is one of the main foundation pillars of statehood, it is reasonable for one to expect unbiased and free media. In theory, BiH is a media haven. However, when re-evaluated, the practice tells us an entirely different story.
The Scars of Transition: Life outside the Media and Politics
Youth in Bosnia-Herzegovina live together and only an occasional "report" reminds them of how they are ostensibly divided. It is often said that transition is not a process, but a permanent state of society in BiH. Since the end of the war, we have been working on reconciliation.
Kati Marton: A Life of Reinvention
Yeree Woo speaks with renowned Hungarian-American author, award-winning journalist and renowned human rights activist Kati Marton, whose vibrant career and high profile love life put most lives to shame.