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When the first 300 women and children arrived in Medjugore, Bosnia and Herzegovina in early March 2022, their exodus was reminiscent of the 1990s Bosnian War when 2.2. million people fled the country. In the first few weeks of the Ukrainian war, 4 million women...

Jerez de la Frontera, I thought was some small place in Spain that no one has heard of, only to find out, I have never heard of this very important fact: Jerez de la Frontera was the border between Islamic and Christian populations. Suddenly, this...

It was October 13th of 1917, and thousands of people gathered in Fátima in response to a prophecy made by three shepherd children, Lúcia Santos and siblings Francisco and Jacinta Marto, who said they saw Mary. In this moment, Lucia asked Mary to do something...

I was invited to open the exhibition "Simply Nature" by Bosnian-German author Hari M. At the exhibition I saw a childhood neighbor whom I haven't seen probably since the childhood, and we matched. It was very funny. ...

Rotary Club Zenica and its Rotaract, with the support of USAID, PRO-Buducnost and CRS, organized an event in which I had the honor to speak about multi-ethnicity in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Together with colleagues, we discussed this subject from different points of view. Part of my presentation...

I received a grant from Kentucky Foundation for Women to tell personal stories how women are affected by the loss of their mothers through a photographic exhibition and a panel....

"What is your name?" I knew this voice was speaking to me because these are exactly the connections we are talking about. This becomes a decisive moment if the people we want to photograph will fully trust us and feel safe around us, or not. This...

A photograph I took in Srebrenica appears on Christina Lamb’s new book “Our Bodies, Their Battlefield”. Christina is the co-author of “I am Malala”....