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Telling Their Story: Reflections on War

Posted on Jan 31, 2014 in Blog

Mr. Remy Ourdan has made a career out of documenting that conflict. His resume as a reporter for Le Monde includes stints in Afghanistan, Egypt, Rwanda, the Congo and Pakistan, amongst others. It is a career he describes as living alongside people who are experiencing the most important and dramatic time of their lives.

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Goodbye Sarajevo

Posted on Jan 26, 2014 in Blog

Released in 2011, Goodbye Sarajevo has won over countless readers and critics with its sincere, spectacular, and at times heart-breaking tale of love and survival in life’s most desperate times. Described by the Irish Examiner as “an amazing and heart-warming story of one family’s fight for survival against all odds”…

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A Radical Moderate: Interview with Dr. David J. Simon

Posted on Dec 23, 2013 in Blog

“I am a radical moderate,” says Dr. Simon. “The weight against extremism is not extremism; it is moderation.” He believes that radical moderates keep the world spinning in a time when media and political discourse tend to focus on the sensational. Often, the voices of the rational middle are ‘hacked away’ and diminished by the louder voices of political outliers…

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More Than Numbers

Posted on Dec 11, 2013 in Blog

Some see the census as an opportunity to resolve unanswered questions from the war. Others feel the population count will undermine the fragile political structure that is held together by ethnic quotas. “The more ‘Others’, the more normal Bosnia and Herzegovina will be. In the census, it’s important to be anything but a Bosniak, Croat or Serb. It’s important to be normal.”

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Intern Heroes – Ajka Smajlović and Zoran Pantić

Posted on Sep 12, 2013 in Blog, Intern Heroes

Even though he is a Serb who lived in a town where Serbian Army took over, it still wasn’t easy for him either. His friends were banished, some killed, others he didn’t see for many years until war was over or longer, and the fact that he was married to a Bosnian Muslim woman brought problems…

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