Papa (Franjo), do preach!

Posted on 12. June 2015 by Adnan Rahimic On 6 June 2015, Pope Francis – Papa Franjo in Bosnian and Serbo-Croatian – visited Sarajevo. It was his first visit to Sarajevo and the third official visit of a Vatican representative to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Pope came to bring a message of peace to the Balkans, … Continue reading Papa (Franjo), do preach!

Europe@Debate: Pictures of War

27. May 2015 FutureLabber Adnan Rahimić participated in the Europe@Debate entitled 'Pictures of War' organised by the Körber Foundation in Hamburg on 27 May 2015, in occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Dayton agreement. During the event, Adnan Rahimić – who grew up in Bosnia during the Balkan wars – and photojournalist Tom Stoddart … Continue reading Europe@Debate: Pictures of War

Back on the EU track – Bosnia and Herzegovina on the path towards becoming a candidate country

Posted on 30. March 2015 by Adnan Rahimic 16 March 2015 was one of the most important days in the history of the relationship between the EU and Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Council of the European Union adopted the official conclusion suggested by Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and … Continue reading Back on the EU track – Bosnia and Herzegovina on the path towards becoming a candidate country

How about spicing your Sunday lunch with some stories from the Balkans?

Posted on 03. February 2013 by Irma Zulic Today, I offer you several different spices and seasoning. I guarantee that it won’t come heavy to your stomach. It’s not a light salad but a usual Balkan meal: some soup, meat, vegetables and a dessert. If you are thinking: “Oh, will this be again one of those … Continue reading How about spicing your Sunday lunch with some stories from the Balkans?

Look, there’s EU on TV! (Bosnia and Herzegovina’s media coverage)

Posted on 24. September 2012 by Adnan Rahimic When talking about media coverage and why it is important to the people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is important to see the historical picture of this area. Why? Because the interest for the Balkan Peninsula was always present in the world. And I am not talking just … Continue reading Look, there’s EU on TV! (Bosnia and Herzegovina’s media coverage)