Together with friends from the association Peace Builders of Kruševac, we attended the commemoration of those killed in the bombing of Aleksinac on 5 April 1999.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the collection of short stories about reconciliation selected through the second Biber Competition
Has all of this happened already? (about Kosovo)
A Treacherous Clique – Press Release by the War Veterans Organisation (OVL) of the Kosovo Liberation Army (UÇK) – Who’s to blame? (about Kosovo)
A Rubicon with hundreds of tributaries (about Bosnia and Herzegovina)
The stormy years are not over (we haven’t seen anything yet) (about Croatia)
To Have Your Cake and Eat It Too (about Serbia)
Çka tash? / What now? (about Macedonia)
20th annual report on our activities in the period September 2016 – September 2017
A Small Space for Light to Come Through – Why is the Silence Surrounding the Danube Swabians Still so Loud?
The fate of the Danube Swabians is still a taboo topic in Serbia and throughout the former Yugoslavia…
The following are a summary rather than an agreed upon set of recommendations…,
The round table of historians organised by the CNA, Sarajevo 13-16. 10. 2017.
Exhibition ”On the Trail of the Danube Swabians in Vojvodinaˮ, will open on December 12, 2017 in Parobrod Cultural Centre
The photo exhibition, that accompanies the research of the same title ”On the Trail of the Danube Swabians in Vojvodina ˮ, will open on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at 7 P.M., at the Parobrod Cultural Centre in Belgrade, 6a Kapetan-Mišina Str.
…A preponderance of history per square meter in other countries makes it a haven for tourists, but here it is only a guarantee of the presence of death, or at least it has been up till now.
Round Table of the Centre for Nonviolent Action, Sarajevo, October 2017
Round table of historians, journalists, activists, Sarajevo 14-15. 10. 2017.
What are historians silent about when they speak and what do they speak of with their silence?
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.