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Mirza Ajnadžić

Mirza Ajnadžić

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Dervo Sejdic, who went to the European Court of Human RIghts to contest his inability to stand as a candidate for Bosnia's three-member presidency because he does not belong to any of the three main groups. (Photo:   Mirza Ajnadzic)
Mirza Ajnadžić, Ajdin Kamber
19 Jun 12
Political institutions and employers favour “top three” ethnic groups, leaving minorities out in the cold.
Still from documentary Criminal Code - one of the documentaries IWPR trainees helped produce during the 12-month project on transitional justice.
Mirza Ajnadžić
19 Jan 12
Young people inspired by product of year-long initiative.
An image from the film "Criminal Code", one of several documentaries made by IWPR.
Mirza Ajnadžić
19 Jan 12
Young people inspired by product of year-long initiative.
Bosniak women mourn victims of the Srebrenica massacre. (Photo: Adam Jones/Flickr)
Mirza Ajnadžić, Ajdin Kamber
28 Oct 11
A refusal to accept truth about recent wars has plagued all the countries of former Yugoslavia, but Bosnia seems to have suffered most from this malaise.
A young man, carrying the flag of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, celebrates Youth Day, May 25,  a significant date on the calendar of the old federation. (Photo: Mirza Ajnadzic)
Mirza Ajnadžić
23 Sep 11
Old federation offered comfort and security – which many would dearly like to have now.
Amra Draginic, one of many young Bosnians who prefer to travel abroad than to other parts of their country. (Photo: Mirza Ajnadzić)
Mirza Ajnadžić
1 Jul 11
Amra Draginic, one of many young Bosnians who prefer to travel abroad than to other parts of their country. (Photo: Mirza Ajnadzić)
Mirza Ajnadžić
13 May 11
Influenced by the prejudices of their parents and local media, youngsters rarely travel beyond their entity's borders.