Deconstructing prejudice & narratives about ‘enemy’ groups, incl narratives rooted in the collective identity, must be at the core of all peacebuilding efforts, writes Nenad Vukosavljević (CNA).
The announcement that as of this school year, the history of the 1992-1995 war would be studied in more detail in primary and secondary schools is perhaps the most significant change in the history curriculum since the fall of communism
On the 25th anniversary of the killings in Trusina, the commemoration to honour the victims was attended by veterans from the region, veterans of the Army of BiH, HVO, HV, VRS, JNA and VJ.
War veterans from the region, former members of the RBiH Army, HVO, VRS, HV, VJ and JNA, attended today’s commemoration in Trusina.
28. september 2017.
Joined by numerous friends, associates, comrades, people we met as we helped each other in the struggle for peace in the region, the Centre for Nonviolent Action marked its 20th anniversary over the weekend from 22 to 24 September 2017.
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.
Report from the 37th basic training in peace building (Ohrid, 20-30 April 2017)
Traning – Introduction to Peacebuilding
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.