Working with Icty: Multifaceted Approach to Historical Memory and Transitional Justice

Working with Icty: Multifaceted Approach to Historical Memory and Transitional Justice

After establishing itself as a leading peacebuilding organization in the Western Balkans, PCRC has maintained a close working relationship with the ICTY for over five years and is currently working in partnership with its Sarajevo Outreach Office. One of the primary goals of this partnership is to educate Balkan youth about the ICTY’s role in transitional justice in an interactive and accessible way.

Migration, Integration and Youth Development

Migration, Integration and Youth Development

When participants from the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Fellowship Program visited Sarajevo, PCRC organized two panel sessions: one which focused on the work of the non-governmental sector in the area of interfaith cooperation, and another that focused on moral courage and its importance for reconciliation in post-conflict societies.

My Body: A War Zone: Documenting Stories of Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Nepal

My Body: A War Zone: Documenting Stories of Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Nepal

The photo exhibition My Body: A War Zone features the portraits and testimonies of women survivors of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nepal, Colombia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  In an article for Journal of Arts and Communities, PCRC board member Olivera Simić analyses this transnational project (the project brings four acclaimed photographers from different parts of the globe to reconstruct women’s images and testimonies in public city spaces) and the associated programming carried out by PCRC.

Seeking Truth in the Balkans

Seeking Truth in the Balkans

Seeking Truth in the Balkans is a documentary project that explores the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) from the human rights versus the jurisprudential perspective. As one of the project partners, PCRC is transcribing all interviews conducted for the film in order to create a database that houses the important information uncovered during the filmmaking process.