On 21 July 2020, the peace initiative Marking Unmarked Sites of Suffering (ONMS) and the Centre for Nonviolent Action Sarajevo-Belgrade presented their activities and website in Banja Luka, with documentation on actions to mark unmarked sites of suffering related to the 1992-1995 war in BiH.
exhibitions and public events
The peace initiative Marking Unmarked Sites of Suffering (ONMS) and the Centre for Nonviolent Action Sarajevo-Belgrade presented their activities and website with documentation on actions to mark unmarked sites of suffering related to the 1992-1995 war in BiH.
Organised by the Centre for Nonviolent Action Sarajevo/Belgrade, with the support of the Jajce Culture Centre and the Veterans’ Association, the photography exhibition “War of Memories” was opened on Monday, 23 September 2019. At the opening of the exhibition, we organised a public discussion titled “From a War of Memories to Remembering the War” and this time subtitled “Fighters in War and Peace”
At the initiative of our friends from Germany, Apatiner Gemeinschaft, the Donauschwäbisches Zentralmuseum (DZM) from Ulm and the Donaubüro invited us to a panel discussion on memory, reconciliation, and research on the Danube Swabians
We were glad that we were joined in Goražde by figures from its political life, who also have the power and responsibility to forge a different culture of memory
On 13 March, the Centre for Nonviolent Action and the Biber team organised the promotion of the third Biber Short Story Contest in Podgorica. Already the next day, 14 March, we opened the War of Memories exhibition
The strategy aims to offer guidelines about the lessons to be learned from the wars. Primarily about how to re-examine the national past, which is presented as black-and-white in the dominant narrative.
On Human Rights Day, 10 December, a public debate on the Peacebuilding Strategy was held
The “War of Memories” exhibition was opened on 4 December 2018 at the Cultural Centre in Zavidovići