Giulia Levi | 22 February 2021

The path of transitional justice has proven difficult and discontinuous, yet it has had a real impact on the lives of ordinary citizens. Survivors’ families and associations, who invested the most emotional labour in the process, however, have often felt left out of the official transitional justice processes

The 1425 days of Sarajevo

The General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, signed at the military base in Dayton, Ohio, on 21 November and then formalised in Paris on 14 December 1995, decreed the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The capital, Sarajevo, was held under siege for 1452 days, from 6 April 1992 to 29 February 1996. The story of those years in photographs, courtesy of photographer and journalist Mario Boccia to OBCT

Croatia and Bosnia: the Smaragdni Eco Film Festival

It takes place entirely by bike. Its organizers cycle for over 700 kilometers, in Bosnia and Croatia, along the banks of the Una river. The Smaragdni Eco Film Festival brings documentaries and animated films to libraries, cultural centres and screening rooms to raise awareness of environmental issues. A video report

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