Four activists from Bosnia and Herzegovina have been conducting an unofficial campaign to place temporary memorial signs at sites where people suffered during wartime but where no permanent monument exists.
Tagged: Dealing with the past
War Veterans at the Commemoration in Varivode and Gošić: Condemn the Crime and Punish the Perpetrators
This time, at the invitation of the Serb National Council as the organiser, war veterans of the Croatian Army (HV), the Yugoslav Army (JV), the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Army of BiH), the Croat Defence Council (HVO) and the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) took up the invitation to attend the commemoration for civilians killed in Varivode and Gošić in Croatia.
War veterans from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia visited the former Vozuća battleground in the Zavidovići Municipality, paying their respects to the civilian and military casualties.
Marking unmarked sites of suffering in BiH, 23 – 24 May 2017
Traning – Introduction to Peacebuilding
The team for marking unmarked sites of suffering continued its mission of marking forgotten and unwanted locations of suffering for the fourth time.
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.
Mediacentar, Sarajevo, 14. march 2017.
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.
Belgrade Cultural Centre, Podroom Gallery, 12 January – 2 February 2017, Exhibition “War of Memories”
opening the Exhibition “War of Memories” in Belgrade