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About Sadzida Tulic

Sadzida is a human rights activist based in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has an MA in Human Rights and Democracy from the University of Bologna and University of Sarajevo as well as a BA in law. She has worked for various human rights and civil society organisations, including Youth Voices Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as being a founding member of Bosnia's first collectively-run art house cinema, Kriterion Sarajevo.

Articles by Sadzida Tulic

This week’s front page editor

Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Ratko Mladić's arrest: a start, but let it not obscure how much more is needed for justice

Poisonous ethno-nationalist political rhetoric, genocide denial and the celebration of war-time leaders are still routinely permitted in the discourse of Bosnian politicians, the media and citizens – if ‘citizens’ is the right word to describe the Bosnians who live in this protectorate-state purgatory
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