Moving away from a focus on the enemy and honouring all victims irrespective of which side they were on is one of the missions of this project that works towards constructive dialogue by promoting a culture of nonviolence with a view to building lasting peace.
Centar za nenasilnu akciju | Centre for Nonviolent Action
Mediacentar, Sarajevo, 14. march 2017.
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.
Short stories by authors from Former-Yugoslavia aim to reconcile the bad blood between nations.
Exhibition “War of Memories”, Bosnian Cultural Centre of the Tuzla Canton, 21 February – 4 March 2017
Although we hear from various sources that reconciliation is impossible and that there is no readiness for dealing with the past, the exhibition “War of Memories” organised by the Centre for Nonviolent Action (Sarajevo-Belgrade) tells a different story.
The short story competition Biber on the subject of reconciliation announced for the second time
Belgrade Cultural Centre, Podroom Gallery, 12 January – 2 February 2017, Exhibition “War of Memories”
opening the Exhibition “War of Memories” in Belgrade
KURVE Wustrow organises
The final exhibition in 2016. Presentation of the photographs and publication “War of Memories” in Bosnia and Herzegovina opened in Bihać
Guwahati, India, 23-27. November 2016