article for ROAR Magazine, December 18, 2014 New grassroots movements, assemblies and unions are arising in Bosnia Herzegovina. Other post-Yugoslav countries experience similar returns of the left. What’s going on in Bosnia Herzegovina ten months after the uprising?
article for ROAR Magazine, May 1, 2014 Laid off and unpaid, the workers of Bosnia’s privatized factories decided to take matters into their own hands and rise up against their government. The multi-ethnic, industrial town of Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina counts on a long tradition of workers’ struggle: at the entrance of the city […]
article for ROAR Magazine – February 9, 2014 Failed privatizations, rampant unemployment and a thoroughly inefficient and unaccountable political system lie at the basis of the Bosnian protests. Bosnia-Herzegovina finally emerged from the sidelines, once again as a country in flames. On February 5, laid off workers of the recently privatized factories of the industrial […]