As the victor, a member of the majority, a victim of the previous system – he chose the most difficult path of reconciliation – by rejecting revenge. He became a symbol of the persistent struggle for freedom, a struggle he refused to ever give up, because freedom was paramount.
Author: Katarina Milićević
A Small Space for Light to Come Through – Why is the Silence Surrounding the Danube Swabians Still so Loud?
The fate of the Danube Swabians is still a taboo topic in Serbia and throughout the former Yugoslavia…
A group of 11 peace activists from the former Yugoslavia visited the Republic of South Africa from 29 January to 8 February. We visited two cities: Johannesburg and Cape Town, where we met and talked with people, went to museums and tried to find out more about the past and present aspects of life in this country.
Dialogue circle regarding the National Peacebuilding Strategy for the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade 8-9.11.2016.
Meeting with partner organisations from the region and representatives of state institutions of the Republic of Serbia…The aim of the Peacebuilding Strategy is to create effective mechanisms and activities for creating sustainable peace and a stable social balance where conflicts do not escalate into violence and war.
Today, the youth get coffins packed with 25 years of their parents’ lives, over 130 thousand dead, hundreds of thousands of displaced persons and refugees, millions whose lives were permanently damaged by wars, transition, theft, crime, misery, all the misfortunes that go with it
Organised by Peace Action Prilep/Tetovo, an advanced training in dealing with the past was held from 11 to 25 April 2016 in Kruševo. Peace Action sought the support of CNA for this training, given that it was the first advanced training they were organising and CNA already had experience in this area. The team included Goran Taleski, Boro Kitanoski and Fllanza Jusufi from Peace Action, and Katarina Milićević from CNA.
A commemoration of the victims at Hrastova Glavica, in Trnopolje and Omarska, 6th of August 2015
No one opens the door to people fleeing war.
Europe admires itself for having defeated fascism 70 years ago.
Europe is silent while in some corner of the world war still rages, just as in 1939, people fleeing war were universally unwanted.
International Dialogue participants exchanged experiences, dilemmas and difficulties they have faced in the fields of peacebuilding and dealing with the past
Sarajevo, 10-12 June 2015