Tag: Serbia

The Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue

Please join the Harriman Institute and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights for a talk with David L. Phillips, Director, Program on Peace-building and Human Rights, Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University. This talk will focus...

/ October 4, 2017

Serbia and Kosovo are pluming their war feathers

A series of incidents have revealed a gaping chasm in relations between the two governments.

/ March 16, 2017

Bombed, burned and razed in the Balkans

Destruction of mosques, churches and libraries should be evidence of genocide, researcher argues.

/ February 27, 2017

Double Portrait—Zivokic and Agerfelt Olesen with Ensemble Mise-en

Ensemble mise-en’s Portrait Series seeks to celebrate the landmark works of distinguished composers of contemporary music. This series is aimed towards presenting the music of these composers to a wide spectrum of listeners who are engaged in or curious about contemporary art...

/ February 16, 2017
Anti-Pride protest

LGBTQ advocates face uphill battle in the Balkans

Although nondiscrimination laws are on the books, researchers say that they go unenforced.

/ February 13, 2017

Dealing with the Past in Serbia: Civil Society Organizations and Transitional Justice Processes

Please join the Harriman Institute, the Institute for the Study of Human Rights (ISHR), and the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA) for a talk with Marijana Toma, Humanitarian Law Centre (Belgrade, Serbia). Marijana Toma is Deputy Executive Director at the Humanitarian...

/ November 2, 2016

Goran Radovanović’s “Enclave”

A screening of “Enclave” followed by a Q&A with director Goran Radovanović. From the Harriman Institute: A Christian boy, determined to create a proper community burial for his late grandfather, crosses enemy lines and makes friends among the Muslim majority...

/ March 1, 2016

Aftermaths: Repression, Participation and Retribution in East Central Europe

A two-day symposium on political participation in repressive regimes in Central Europe and the Eastern Bloc. Full conference schedule available here.

/ February 19, 2016