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25 Years after Srebrenica
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia - ICTY has collected a vast amount of factual evidence on the horrific events that took place in July 1995 in Srebrenica and has persecuted many of those who were responsible for genocide and crimes against humanity. Nevertheless, 25 years later, the denial of the #Srebrenica #genocide continues and is even on the rise
Toni Richard Crisolli
How Covid-19 and technology sparked a culture change
In this episode, we talked to Michael Lobeck from and Dragutin `Drago` Djeković from about the increased use of technology sparked by the pandemic, our changing lifestyles and new working attitudes. How will it all impact our lives eventually and what changes might the future still hold?
Podcast serijal: Budućnost demokratije
Centar za antiautoritarne studije je konačno pokrenuo svoj podkast - #podcaast! U narednim sedmicama očekuju vas prve četiri epizode u kojima se sa odabranim sagovornicima razgovara o kompleksnom odnosu tehnologije i društva.
Toni Richard Crisolli
What it means to be innovative
For today`s Digital and Open Society (DOS) episode, we talked to robotics researcher and engineer, Maja Hadžiselimović , and with Jovan Tisma, Startup Genome Ambassador to #Serbia. How have their lives changed since the crisis started? How are their businesses adapting? What are the steps ahead and what lessons can we draw from the weeks ahead for the future? #Covid19 #innovation #workfromhome
LGBTQ Rights in times of COVID-19
In a relaxed series of web-talks, the FNF talks to its partner organisations in the field of civil and human rights what particularly moves them in times of "Covid19 pandemic", how they perceive the situation in the country and what action they see as necessary for their own work. The LGBTQ-NGO Da Se Zna will be the first to do so. LGBTQ activist Stefan Speravalo answers questions. The interviewer is Ratko Nikolic from "Centar za antiautoritarne studije".