Last year Bosnia and Herzegovina marked 25 years since the signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement. Today the impact of that peace agreement is more tangible than ever. The political and economic situation in the country is highly precarious. We have asked two local peace activists, Gorana Mlinarević and Nela Porobić, to reflect on how the process of peacebuilding has looked like and what have been its effect on the everyday lives of the people.
Read their feminist reflections in this series of nine essays that deconstruct the neocolonial, patriarchal, and militant framework of the Dayton Peace Agreement and help put the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina in a geopolitical and economic context.