Read 2015 AHDA fellow Nidžara Ahmetašević's article "Bosnia's Unending War
", which appeared in The New Yorker on November 4th. The New Yorker on November 4th. The article examines the troubled legacy of remembrance and denial that continues to pervade post-war Bosnia.
Niđara is an independent scholar who works in the areas of democratization and media development in post conflict societies, transitional justice, the process of facing the past, media and political propaganda, and human rights. She has had a long career as a journalist working for various local, regional and international media on human rights, war crimes, and international affairs. Her work has been published in The Observer, The Independent on Sunday, the International Justice Tribune, The New Yorker, and Balkan Insight
(among others). In 2013, together with two colleagues, Niđara established the Open University Sarajevo
, a platform for public discussions, social, artistic and political alternatives, and informal education.