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.
Marking unmarked sites of suffering in BiH, 23 – 24 May 2017
Report from the 37th basic training in peace building (Ohrid, 20-30 April 2017)
Traning – Introduction to Peacebuilding
Belgrade Cultural Centre, Podroom Gallery, 12 January – 2 February 2017, Exhibition “War of Memories”
opening the Exhibition “War of Memories” in Belgrade
The final exhibition in 2016. Presentation of the photographs and publication “War of Memories” in Bosnia and Herzegovina opened in Bihać
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.
14th – 16th November 2016
The specific journey through the recent past, marred by war and suffering, began in Sarajevo where the exhibition “War of Memories” was first put on; continued in Mostar and then...