Open Balkan cannot be an alternative for European integration

Regional cooperation is important, but the Open Balkan cannot be an alternative for European integration, as it was underlined at the debate on Open Balkan held within the Novi Sad Plenum QUO VADIS BALKAN?, organized by Regional Academy for Democratic Development (ADD), Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the European Fund for the Balkans (EFB).… »

Different answers and methods should be response to fascization of society

With the panel “Activism against the fascism of society” at which spoke Daliborka Uljarević, Executive director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Aleksej Kišjuhas, sociologist and associate professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, Bojana Selaković, programme director of Civic Initiatives, Aleksandar Jovanović, founder of Progressive Vojvodina Actions, and Goran Miletić, Director… »

Grenades and apples

By: Miloš Vukanović Analyzing all the movements that led to the necessary change of government at the 2020 elections, one narrative that was peripheral at the time, but involved enough to exert a slight influence on the electorate, became increasingly noticeable. Given that the elections were decided by the difference of only tens of thousands… »

27 years since the Srebrenica genocide

“You survived, and you realized, in fact, how much you died…”, with these words the doctor Ilijaz Pilav explained the feelings of people who, like him, survived the Srebrenica genocide and the Death March, on which from Srebrenica, immediately before its conquest by Ratko Mladić and the Army of Republika Srpska Army (ARS) on 11… »