• Spreading the peace together

    By on Sept. 11, 2011
    By Aida Begic Building peace is not a simple, easy task, especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina. People in the organization presented below are resilient in working to build a better and more just society for all.
  • Peace-Bike Ride to / in Bosnia

    By on Aug. 28, 2011
    By Walter B. Translated by Simon Schmid. This friday the 2nd of september at 09:00 am, starts the Peace- Bike Ride to / in Bosnia. This event is organised by the International Fellowship of Reconciliation Organisation. The Bike-Ride will start in Vienna at the Albertina-Platz.
  • “Quiet Please”

    By on Aug. 8, 2011
    By Gerald In Bosnia and Herzegovina there is a lot of abandonned dogs along the towns and cities. Here the impressions of one foreigner in a Bosnian town. I used to live in an apartment on the Harrow Road, once upon a time the major route out of London when heading North-West. The window to my bedroom faced the road and just below you’d find a set of traffic lights.
  • Thirty Years Of Međugorje Apparitions

    By on July 21, 2011
    By Cunga Lunga Pictures by Sophie Guesne in the 30th Anniversary of the apparitions in Međugorje In the early 80s Međugorje was a sleepy village in western Herzegovina, one of the least developed regions in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. But, something miraculous happened on June 24, 1981. Two Croatian Catholic girls reported seeing an apparition of the Virgin Mary in the village.
  • A review of Srebrenica 16 years after

    By on July 12, 2011
    By Brecht de Vleeschauwer On Monday 11 July, the Bosnian town Srebrenica commemorated the victims of the Srebrenica genocide. Srebrenica was during the Balkan war a ‘safe haven’ which means that it was a camp for Muslim refugees, protected by the Dutchbat (Dutch UN troops). In July 1995 Bosnian Serb forces overran the enclave and killed 8000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys.
  • Srebrenica in July

    By on July 7, 2011
    Author: Gerald This is the time in the United Kingdom when the numerous seaside towns transform themselves from recreational wastelands into buzzing bazaars. The seasonal light switch is turned on and so the neon lights are dusted down and fired up, illuminating the path to entertainment.