20 Years After the Dayton Agreement: “The Sky is Darkening in Bosnia”
By Jonathan Bucks On Wednesday 4 November, the Frontline Club marked the twentieth anniversary of the Dayton Agreement – the peace agreement that marked the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina – by welcoming a panel of those who helped shape negotiations at the time, and who reported on the three year conflict.
Pretty Village: Life After War
By Peter Ford On Friday 20 September, the Frontline Club hosted a preview screening of David Evans’ Pretty Village, which was followed by an emotional debate and panel discussion featuring protagonist and producer Kemal Pervanic and journalist at ITV News, Penny Marshall. The debate was moderated by Ed Vulliamy, writer for The Guardian and The Observer.
FULLY BOOKED Bosnia: will the peace deal hold?
Join us at the Frontline Club with Paddy Ashdown (Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon GCMG, KBE, PC), High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2002 -2006; Allan Little, BBC correspondent in Former Yugoslavia 1991 – 1995 and Kemal Pervanic, founder trustee of Most Mira, survivor of the Omarska concentration camp and author of The Killing Days: My Journey through the Bosnian War.