Where are Macedonia’s Peacebuilders?

Author: | Date: April 2015

Macedonia, independent since 1991, is comprised of an ethnic Macedonian majority and ethnic Albanian minority (among others). Despite years of discrimination against ethnic Albanians, the Macedonian national media has shied […]

Bosnia: Stabilization Stalled in Negative Peace

Author: | Date: September 2014

Bosnia and Herzegovina is not in a “post”-conflict situation, it is in a post-war situation. The war is over but the conflict continues. The status of Bosnia can best be […]

A Model National Action Plan in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Author: , | Date: March 2014

The vision of UN Security Council Resolution 1325, adopted on October 31, 2000, is historic: It recognizes women not only as victims of war but also as agents of change […]