How is the 1994 genocide remembered in today’s Rwanda? How do Rwandans make sense of their experiences of the genocide and its aftermath? In this episode, we are discussing...
Memory Cultures in Dialogue
Memory Cultures in Dialogue is a podcast and blog of the Humanitarian Law Center from Belgrade, Serbia.
The podcast and blog oppose the hegemonic narratives about the breakup of Yugoslavia and the wars that ensued. The facts about the armed conflicts that took place in the territory of former Yugoslavia in the 1990s are subject to constant distortion in the frameworks of dominant and state-sanctioned memory politics. The project strives for promoting a public dialogue about politics and cultures of memory and coming to terms with the past. The podcast and blog inform, point out to the constructed nature of dominant narrative and deconstruct these narratives through diskussions with experts and actors of memory activism from below.
By: Selbi Durdiyeva On the 11th of November, a Prosecutor filed a lawsuit to the Supreme Court of Russia to liquidate International Memorial. Memorial is
By: Mirjana Trifković On 21 November, it will be 26 years since the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the signing of
By: Dejan Kožul The 26th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica came in specific circumstances. Before the anniversary, the Parliament of Montenegro adopted the Resolution
Author: Rodoljub Jovanović Recently, the Serbian public started a discussion about history textbooks, their content and significance for future generations. First, Minister of Internal
Memory Cultures in Dialogue is a podcast and blog of the Humanitarian Law Center. The project is supported by NIWANO Peace Foundation from Japan.
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