Political Culture and Dialogue

We are in the midst of a revolution in the way that knowledge and culture are created, accessed and transformed. Citizens, artists and consumers are no longer powerless and isolated in the face of industries producing and distributing content, and they are increasingly becoming independent from state control and state funding: Now individuals across many different spheres are collaborating, participating and making decisions in a direct and democratic way, which is leading to the development of new models of financing cultural activities and managing common goods. With this program we want to contribute to the dialogue between Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo amongst each other, and between the Westbalkan region and Germany and the European Union.

Dossier on the 25. anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica


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Spaces of Commoning

Taking up the challenge of understanding the urban commons in the context of the unique collective experience of Yugoslav real socialism, which attempted to implement an experimental system of self-management on the level of the entire society, represents an attempt to also recognize how this specific context reflects the concept of the new commons: what are the practices and forms of commons that have emerged in resistance to neoliberal capitalism on the periphery, but also - how do these commons communicate with the Yugoslav heritage.
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Rarely, if ever, has a genocide been as normalized as the genocide against the Bosniaks. It is a process which began simultaneously with the genocide itself—not only with the expansive cover-up campaign of its perpetrators, but with the rhetorical onslaught of minimization undertaken by the international community.