In Bojan Bilic and Vesna Jankovic Ed. Similar to BiH, it is going through a process of dealing with the past with no formal transitional justice mechanisms established. Serbia: Spatial re-configurations of belonging. We suggest that there is a need to examine in detail this dynamic, both theoretically and empirically. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 24 1: 21-38. In Wilhelm Berger, Brigitte Hipfl, Kirstin Mertlitsch and Viktorja Ratković Ed. We analyse the meaning and significance of this campaign as a civil society mechanism of accountability and moral reparations.
Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, 2008. Discourse and Society, 18 2: 123-137. © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013. Former Yugoslavia on the world wide web: Commercialization and branding of nation-states. The article evaluates the project and suggests that ex-combatants' efforts to engage in peacebuilding processes in Serbia should be acknowledged and supported by the Serbian government.
On 15 July each year, Women in Black, an antimilitarist and feminist organization based in Belgrade, organize or participate in events in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to mark the anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica. It begins by tracing the development of institutional responses to alleged sexual exploitation, and describes and analyses these developments in three stages. This examination will be conducted within the context of the case study of Marko Šušnja, born to a Bosnian peacekeeper father and East Timorese mother. Failure of Transitional Justice in Albania: Too Much Politics, Too Little Debate Arolda Elbasani 8. It then outlines some measures that the un has devised to prevent sex crimes. Television in the Balkans: The rise of commercial nationalism. This paper will bring together three artistic projects from Peru, Argentina and Serbia; geographical spaces that have all experienced mass human rights violations.
Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, 2008. We suggest that there is a need to examine in detail this dynamic, both theoretically and empirically. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 8 2: 155-175. The paper offered an analysis of the empirical data collected during my fieldwork in Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH in 2008 and was concerned with Bosnian women and their sexual relationships with peacekeepers during the war and in post conflict BiH. The narratives of women from Bosnia and Herzegovina are making an important contribution to history and warn future generations to learn lessons from the past atrocities.
The article examines the legal and ethical disputes surrounding the authority over the dead who rest in the Srebrenica Cemetery complex. Transitional justice, which is understood to include a wide range of mechanisms for coming to terms with the past and contributing to reconciliation and democratization, is of high political relevance to the states in this region as a result of both the wars of succession in Yugoslavia and the legacy of communism. The Balkans are a region marked by the post-communist and post-conflict transitional turmoil through which its countries are going through. As a human rights lawyer from this region, and someone who is scarred by the war, I have immersed myself in literature and art that explores armed conflict and its impact on women. Defining the other as irrational: Western coverage of the Balkans and the foundations of the Western Gaze. Journal of Adolescent Research, 25 3: 359-386. The volume covers the development of peace psychology in the Balkans.
This volume explores the ways in which civil society--lay citizens who participate in government and non-government organization without seeking monetary compensation--affect and drive the transitional justice process. Through specific case-studies, the unique contribution of this volume is not only that it covers a part of the world that is not adequately represented in transitional justice field, but also that the volume is the first project originally researched and written by experts and scholars from the region or in collaboration with international scholars. Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH is no exception. Edited by Simić, Olivera, Volčič, Zala and Philpot, Catherine R. Coming to terms with the past: collective moral responsibility and reconciliation. The chapters of Peace Psychology in the Balkans provide profound lessons for peacebuilding across nations and settings, contributing to the book's value for researchers and students in peace and conflict studies, cultural psychology, and political science. European Journal of Anthropology, 2004 44: 103-118.
Even scholars and stakeholders who are already familiar with those processes in the Balkans will find some chapters enlightening because the book raises very important issues which need to be addressed by civil societies that are yet to deal with the past human rights violations. Popular Communication, 8 2: 103-119. Slovene reality television: The commercial re-inscription of the national. It gives an overview of the civil society and the pursuit of transitional justice in the Balkans and connects these broader themes to the specific insights offered by the scholars in this volume. Olivera Simic and Zala Volcic eds.
We know from transitional justice scholars amongst others that the fostering of civic virtues, trust and behaviours are seen as vital for supporting transition towards democracy in post-war societies de Greiff, 2008. We know from transitional justice scholars amongst others that the fostering of civic virtues, trust and behaviours are seen as vital for supporting transition towards democracy in post-war societies de Greiff, 2008. This project brings ex-combatants into Serbian high schools to meet with youth, share their war experiences and answer any questions young people may have in relation to their participation in an armed conflict. Media Research: Croatian Journal for Journalism and Media, 14 1: 5-20. The Balkans is a region marked by post-communist and post-conflict transitional turmoil, and this book provides a comprehensive introduction to research in peace psychology in this part of the world, written by scholars primarily working in the Balkan area. Her research engages with transitional justice, international law, gender and crime from an interdisciplinary perspective. Anheier and Yudhishthir Isar Ed.