Croatian MEP Sympathizes the Fascist Movement

Croatian MEP Sympathizes the Fascist Movement

🕔13:24, 3.Jun 2019

Ruža Tomašić – Photo: Pixsell After it was discovered that Ruža Tomašić, the most popular Croatian Member of the European Parliament, in her youth publicly wore a fascist uniform and recited poems glorifying the Croatian fascist leader, she asserted that even

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“It’s not about money. It’s about political will.”

“It’s not about money. It’s about political will.”

🕔18:34, 8.Apr 2019

Ljubljana – before and after — Image Credits In an interview with Vlado Babić, former undersecretary of the Department for Environmental Protection at the City of Ljubljana, we spoke about the project “Ljubljana. For you.”, an initiative including the promotion of

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Who is to blame for crimes against Serbs in Srebrenica: an United nationalist narrative

Who is to blame for crimes against Serbs in Srebrenica: an United nationalist narrative

🕔10:38, 2.Apr 2019

During the war, 387 Serb civilians were killed in and around Srebrenica. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina said that Naser Orić is not guilty for those monstrous crimes. But it was not said who was to blame! Ethical duty

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The fight for a cosmopolitan Mostar is an ethical obligation

The fight for a cosmopolitan Mostar is an ethical obligation

🕔10:25, 2.Apr 2019

Writing about Mostar in 1993, historian Dragan Markovina stated that the civilization was defended on the street Bulevar. And so it was, the first line of defense of the city towards the Croatian Army of the HVO and the unit

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ŠTEFICA GALIĆ: FROM WARTIME RESCUER TO INDEPENDENT MEDIA FIGHTER

ŠTEFICA GALIĆ: FROM WARTIME RESCUER TO INDEPENDENT MEDIA FIGHTER

🕔13:24, 1.Apr 2019

Photo courtesty: Aleksandra Zaytseva As editor-in-chief of NED grantee Tačno.net, one of Bosnia’s most important and unflinching sources of independent news and information, Štefica Galić and her staff are used to threats and intimidation by those who are unhappy with their reporting. Tačno.net’s

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People on the Move in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018: Stuck in the corridors to the EU

People on the Move in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018: Stuck in the corridors to the EU

🕔15:52, 21.Feb 2019

Heinrich Böll Foundation, Office for Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Albania  pdf Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has been part of the “Balkan route” for smuggling people, arms and drugs for decades, but also a migrant route for people who

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Brave Stefa represents the values despised by the society

Brave Stefa represents the values despised by the society

🕔18:53, 10.Dec 2018

Photo: Jan Potente By: Haris Ljevo A few days ago, the Editor-in-Chief of the website Tacno.net from Mostar, Stefica Galic, traveled to Germany to receive the Johan Phillipp Palm free speech award for 2018. The award is named after Johan

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Štefica Galić: There is no price tag to relinquish determination and morality, in short – to be human

Štefica Galić: There is no price tag to relinquish determination and morality, in short – to be human

🕔10:19, 5.Dec 2018

Schorndorf, 2.12.2018: awarding the Johann-Phillip-Palm-Award for Freedom of Speech and the Press to Josephine Achiro Fortelo Olum (radio journalist and media trainer, South Sudan) und Štefica Galic (journalist, photographer and human rights activist, Bosnia). 9. Johann-Philipp-Palm-Preis für Meinungs- und Pressefreiheit. Photographer: Jan

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Štefica Galić: Official Zagreb supports the Dodik and Covic pact

Štefica Galić: Official Zagreb supports the Dodik and Covic pact

🕔10:06, 1.Dec 2018

foto: Aleksandra Zaytseva We are talking with editor-in-chief of web portal (Tačno.net, Štefica Galić,) about the final conviction of six Croat military and police officials in the Hague, regarding troubles in Mostar and other regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Her deceased

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The story of “pre-Christianity” ends in massacres and concentration camps

The story of “pre-Christianity” ends in massacres and concentration camps

🕔10:03, 1.Dec 2018

Oliver Frljić is one of the most important figures of European theatre. He was born in Travnik, currently lives in Zagreb, where you can rarely find him. He is producing works throughout Europe. He is also the author of perhaps

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From a culture of war to a culture of peace

From a culture of war to a culture of peace

🕔14:44, 25.Sep 2018

photo: šg It is therefore of the utmost importance to bring back in the public domain a serious discussion of personal guilt, in theological terms, the awareness of personal sin and repentance for the committed sin. In order to reconcile

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Why We Must Not Forget Srebrenica

Why We Must Not Forget Srebrenica

🕔10:28, 12.Jul 2018

Denial of the Srebrenica genocide must end, unprosecuted perpetrators must be tried and schoolchildren must be taught the truth about the massacres in July 1995, says Dunja Mijatovic, the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights. Every July 11 since

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The Coalition for RECOM: “It is the obligation of countries to commemorate the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Day”

The Coalition for RECOM: “It is the obligation of countries to commemorate the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Day”

🕔09:36, 11.Jul 2018

On the occasion of July 11, the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Day, the regional Coalition for RECOM pays tribute to the victims and calls for acceptance of the facts about the genocide determined in court and published in numerous judgements of

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Croatia’s ‘Feral Tribune’: The State Strikes Back

Croatia’s ‘Feral Tribune’: The State Strikes Back

🕔12:48, 5.Jul 2018

The second part of BIRN’s series on ‘Feral Tribune’ looks at how the Croatian authorities hit back against the iconic anti-establishment magazine, crippling the satirical publication’s finances with lawsuits and taxes. Author: Sven Milekic BIRN  After its launch in June 1993,

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The Turbulent Times of Croatia’s ‘Feral Tribune’

The Turbulent Times of Croatia’s ‘Feral Tribune’

🕔12:30, 5.Jul 2018

In the first of a two-part series, BIRN looks at the founding 25 years ago of ‘Feral Tribune’, a magazine that fought constant battles with Croatia’s 1990s regime and remains a symbol of independent journalism. Author: Sven Milekic BIRN  On the

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Johann-Philipp-Palm-Award for Freedom of Speech and the Press 2018 for Štefica Galić and Josephine Achiro Fortelo

Johann-Philipp-Palm-Award for Freedom of Speech and the Press 2018 for Štefica Galić and Josephine Achiro Fortelo

🕔10:28, 27.Jun 2018

Foto: Aleksandra Zaytseva The international Johann-Philipp-Palm-Award for Freedom of Speech and the Press 2018 will be awarded to human rights activist Štefica Galić from Bosnia and radio journalist Josephine Achiro Fortelo from South Sudan. The prize is worth a total

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