• Commission for Historical Clarification, lecture by Marlies Stappers, director of Impunity Watch, 2008, Belgrade. Stappers was a researcher at the Commission for Historical Clarification in Guatemala
  • Training on Truth Commissions (transcript), a lecture by Eduardo Gonzales, Deputy Director of the United States International Center fir Transitional justice, at the training for members if the Coalition for RECOM, held in 2009
  • Unofficial Truth Projects, by Louis Bickford, on the initiatives of the NGOs that, like the truth commissions, are founded on the idea that truth-telling and disclosing the truth about mass crimes committed in the past is crucial for erecting a stable and democratic future in post-conflict societies
  • A Comparative Study on the Impact of Truth Commissions, by Bogdan Ivanisevic, on the achievements of twelve most famous truth commissions in the field of establishing the truth, reparations, prosecutions, the search for missing persons and institutional reforms
  • Commemorating Srebrenica by Ger Duijzings, Publication Bad Memories: Sites, symbols and narrations of wars in the Balkans, publisher: Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso


Books about Former Yugoslavia

Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States juxtaposes and deconstructs various myths and counter-myths that continue to remain contentious points in the reconciliation process in the region. The authors interplay between the dynamics of mythology and politics throughout the 20th century and emphasize the evolution and influence of myths on political discourse. Myths such as ‘Yugonostalgia’, the mythologization of mass graves as well as the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on nationalist mythmaking are addressed in ‘Political Myths’. This publication is a joint initiative of the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Hague, The Netherlands) and the Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation (Novi Sad, Serbia)