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  • Genocide, truth and the survivors
    Monday, 09 May, 2005: Tilman Zuelch
    Tilman Zuelch is co-founder (1970) and president of the Society for Threatened Peoples, based in Luxemburg, and also secretary-general of the Society's German section based in Goettingen. He was active throughout the wars of succession in the former Yugoslavia in alerting the world to genocide and 'ethnic cleansing' in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosova

  • Human rights in B-H ten years after Dayton
    Monday, 04 April, 2005: Branko Todorovic
    Branko Todorovic is executive director of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in RS. Addressing a packed meeting, he located human-rights issues in B-H within the post-Dayton social framework, stimulating a lively and thought-provoking discussion.

  • Bosnia and Croatia - history and prospects
    Monday, 07 March, 2005: Ivo Banac
    Ivo Banac, whose distinguished career includes the professorship of modern history at Yale University, authorship of many books including the influential 'The National Question in Yugoslavia', directorship of the International University Centre in Dubrovnik, and leadership of the Liberal Party in Croatia, has been a consultant for The Bosnian Institute since its foundation.

  • Bosnia and its neighbours
    Monday, 07 February, 2005: Eric Jansson
    Eric Jansson has written since 1997 from central and eastern Europe for the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other leading news outlets. For the past three years he has been based in Belgrade as the FT correspondent covering the countries of former Yugoslavia (excluding Slovenia).

  • 'Sevdah - the Bridge that Survived'
    Monday, 10 January, 2005: Mira Erdevicki
    Award-winning director presented her 60-minute documentary film on the internationally acclaimed multi-ethnic musical group Mostar Sevdah Reunion to a packed and enthusiastic audience

  • The Politics of the Serbian Orthodox Church
    Monday, 06 December, 2004: Sabrina Ramet
    Professor Ramet is among the best known academic experts on the former Yugoslavia, author of numerous substantial works including Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, Beyond Yugoslavia, and several editions of her widely read Balkan Babel. She currently teaches at the University of Trondheim.

  • Fighting for the Right of Return
    Monday, 01 November, 2004: Fikret Cuskic
    General Cuskic, former commander of the Bosnian Army's 17th Brigade, was a deputy defence minister of the B-H Federation until his retirement last month, since when he has continued to assist returnee communities in north-west Bosnia.

  • The Bosnian Road to Europe
    Monday, 04 October, 2004: Osman Topcagic
    Osman Topcagic was B-H ambassador to the UK from 1997 to 2001, since when he has been Director of the Directorate for European Integration of the B-H Council of Ministers.

  • Kosova - independence and standards together
    Monday, 06 September, 2004: Edita Tahiri
    Edita Tahiri, a former foreign minister of Kosova (1991-2000) and a former presidency member of the Democratic League of Kosova (LDK), is a member of parliament and leads the newly formed political party Democratic Alternative of Kosova

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