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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Village of the Forgotten Widows 

For three years the people of Bosnia were devastated by the horrors of war. They lived through attacks, rape and ethnic cleansing. Throughout all of this, the world looked on and did nothing, leaving both soldiers and civilians terrorized and defenseless. One of the most disgraceful examples of this occurred in Srebrenica, on the 11th of July 1995. This documentary will shine a...

Bosnia: Listen to an interview with Sheri Rosenburg on Minority Rights and the Principles of International Intervention 

In a podcast published by the Council of Europe, Sheri Rosenberg - international law expert at Cardozo Law School in New York – discusses her visit to Strasbourg to urge Council of Europe member states to support the implementation of the European Court of Human Rights' judgement in Finci and Sejdić v Bosnia and Herzegovina. In its ground-breaking judgment on 22 December 2009,...

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Video stories on everyday challenges faced by Roma communities 

Watch a series of short documentaries that were made as part of MRG's project  'Bosnia and Herzegovina: Supporting minority victims of discrimination accessing their human rights'.  The Roma interviewees and NGO workers in the films highlight discrimination in the areas of housing (Osmanović family,Capljina) and education (Trebinje, ) but Roma people also face difficulties in finding employment, which often leads to poverty (Bugojno) and limited access to health care (Zavidovići)....

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