First workshop Artists@Work in Paris

For more information, click here First Workshop A@W in Paris [15th of January 2018 – 19th of January 2018] Artists@Work is a project which calls upon artists who seek to discuss social issues through their art, using creativity for social justice and fairness in Europe. Following a call involving three countries, 286 candidatures have been Read more about First workshop Artists@Work in Paris[…]

Artists@Work – Creativity for Justice and Fairness in Europe

  Artists@Work Creativity for Justice and Fairness in Europe Are you an artist and want to talk about social changes across Europe and values like justice? There is an occasion! Participate in the call for Artists@Work; you will have the opportunity to take part in a training course and be supported in creating a work Read more about Artists@Work – Creativity for Justice and Fairness in Europe[…]

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Prosecutors Claim Italian Report on Illegal Weapons Was Faked

Prosecutors in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday accused an Italian journalist of faking an investigative report that purportedly showed him purchasing weapons from arms smugglers in Sarajevo. The report, aired Sunday on the Italia 1 channel, involved journalist Luigi Pelazza talking to several men with blurred faces who showed him weapons and claimed to have Read more about Bosnia and Herzegovina: Prosecutors Claim Italian Report on Illegal Weapons Was Faked[…]

Bosnia and Herzegovina. Twenty years after the signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement

After the peace Accord was signed in November 1995 at the US military base in Dayton – Ohio, it was finally signed in Paris 20 years ago, so Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina ended the war in our country. On one hand, the peace agreement prevented further killing of people, abuse and torture, Read more about Bosnia and Herzegovina. Twenty years after the signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement[…]