Radionica na Filozofskom fakultetu u Ljubljani u okviru obrazovno- medijske kampanje za toleranciju i različitost, protiv predrasuda i diskriminacije etničkih manjina i migrantata.
Interview with Jelena Hrnjak, NVO Atina, Belgrade
“Until now, the Balkan route, was the safest way for people to cross to Europe and right now over 60 per cent of the population are women and children of the population crossing. If the border is closing, they will resort to the smuggling system and it will put them further at risk and it will be much more dangerous and that is for sure a concern. There should be safe and legal options for people to apply for asylum and to be able to reach Europe, and with the Balkan route closing, it’s even more difficult to (do) for people now.” Interview with Francisca Baptista da Silva, Médecins Sans Frontières
Having Fled Sarajevo as a Child, I Find It Hard Telling Syrians There Is No Going Back.
by Dragana Kaurin
An interview with Emina Hadžić, the director of Zavod Krog, a human rights activist and an international humanitarian aid and developmental cooperation coach, who has been active in the fields of minority rights and humanitarian work since her early youth, conducted by Biljana Žikić.
Interview with Aleksandra Sokolović, a journalist from Belgrade, who lives and works in Ljubljana, about her stay in Jordan and work with Syrian refugees, conducted by Biljana Žikić.
An interview with Dr. Svetlana Slapsak, professor of anthropology and the winner of the first regional Mirko Kovač prize for a collection of essays Leteći pilav, Antropološki ogledi o hrani, (Biblioteka XX vek, 2014) (Flying pilaf: Anthropological perspectives on food), conducted by Biljana Žikić.