BIRN BiH organised a round table in Bihac, north-west BiH, on October 13 as part of its Transitional Justice project to stimulate dialogue between the new War Crimes Chamber and the Bosnian public.
BIRN BiH’s series of Transitional Justice events for civil society leaders continued last week with a round-table debate in Brcko on October 29.
BIRN BiH is organising a conference on November 10 entitled “In Pursuit of Justice: An overview of progress in the transitional justice system of BiH”.
The Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo has generously provided BIRN BiH with funding to launch the next phase of its Justice Project.
BIRN BiH will this month publish its manual on the War Crimes Chamber in Sarajevo.
BIRN BiH has moved office in Sarajevo.
More than 70 representatives of the Court of BiH, the media and local governmental and non-governmental organizations attended the promotion in Sarajevo’s Art Gallery, which was sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, KAS.
The Bosnian premiere of BIRN’s documentary on the future of Kosovo, Does Anyone Have a Plan?, will take place at Sarajevo’s Cinema Meeting Point on February 20 at 17:00.
The members of BIRN’s regional board are to meet in Sarajevo from February 18 to 23.
BIRN BiH on March 6 launched a specialised news agency, designed to cover war crimes trials before Bosnia and Herzegovina’s State Court.
The Media Development Loan Fund generously granted assistance to BIRN at its February 19-22 board meeting, with legal expert Milan Lukic advising on corporate structuring to respond to BIRN’s strategic plans.
Following the final regional premiere of Does Anyone Have a Plan? on February 20 in Sarajevo, BIRN has received dozens of requests for special screenings and debates, as well as television broadcasts.
BIRN BiH director, Nerma Jelacic, took part in an expert panel at a training session of young Bosnian lawyers in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on May 20.
BIRN BiH director, Nerma Jelacic, was a speaker at an international conference in Budapest on May 17.
BIRN BiH is pleased to announce that Open Society Fund in Sarajevo will support its ongoing Justice project.