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Srebrenica: did the world learn the lesson?


By Laial Allaham Last week we went to visit to the well-known Srebrenica. We were inside the factory, which was the former base of the UN peacekeeping mission in BiH. In this factory thousands [...]

Srebrenica: did the world learn the lesson?2019-01-02T18:19:33+00:00

What am I taking with me?


By Nathalia Contreras Pardo Today, on the last day of the Symposium, I am reflecting on how much I learned during these past two weeks. I realized that what I thought would be a mainly academic [...]

What am I taking with me?2019-01-02T18:19:33+00:00

Practicality of Peacekeeping


By William Beaupre One of the main reasons that I applied to the IPSI symposium on post-conflict transitions in Sarajevo was because I wanted to learn more on how the process of bringing a [...]

Practicality of Peacekeeping2019-01-02T18:19:33+00:00

Migrant workers in Qatar


By Samantha Behlog As we discussed what constitutes ‘crimes against humanity’ during a lecture by Carolyn Edgerton on transitional justice, I reflected on my knowledge of the situation in Qatar in preparation for the [...]

Migrant workers in Qatar2019-01-02T18:19:33+00:00

Reflections on post conflict transitions


By G. As the 2018 IPSI Symposium on Post Conflict Transitions nears an end, it is a time to reflect upon the many lessons learned. For myself these lessons surround techniques for assisting in [...]

Reflections on post conflict transitions2019-01-02T18:19:33+00:00

The weakness of the perpetrator


By Mohammed Eid I stood in front of everyone introducing a guest during the Sarajevo Symposium on Post Conflict Transition. He is a known survivor of the notorious Omarska concentration camp during the war [...]

The weakness of the perpetrator2019-01-02T18:19:34+00:00



By Sarah Fizer I have previously defined resilience as the ability to keep moving forward and to remain strong in the face of adversity. This is a very individualistic approach to the term, as [...]


Thoughts on downtown Sarajevo


By Patrick Groeneveld-Meijer One of my favorite days of the symposium was the tour Carolyn Edgerton gave us of the war sites in downtown Sarajevo. I was immediately impressed by the energy she brought [...]

Thoughts on downtown Sarajevo2019-01-02T18:19:34+00:00

The symbology of ethnic nationalism


By Benjamin Kissin During our sessions at the symposium, we talked a lot about the dysfunction of the Bosnian state and how pervasive ethnic identity remains in the society. This wasn't overly noticeable in [...]

The symbology of ethnic nationalism2019-01-02T18:19:34+00:00
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