Friday, August 29, 2008

Bosniak American Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Although I have included a link to the website for quite some time, I believe I have never written a post featuring the Bosniak American Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Oddly, I also just today realized I have never registered to receive the organizations' email newsletter!)

Last night I had the pleasure of meeting with the recently appointed Executive Director, Elmina Kulasic, who was kind enough to give me some of her time in order to outline what projects and events BAACBH is preparing over the next several months. It was an impressive menu of cultural and political presentations; I will alert readers to upcoming programs in due time and will provide as much personal coverage as possible--hopefully I will be able to attend all of these events.

If you haven't visited the BAACBH website recently, I encourage you to do so--there has recently been more activity and from what I was told last night the pace of activity should continue to increase. Further updates to follow--there is one even planned for next month.

3 comments:

Daniel (Srebrenica Genocide Blog) said...

It is always a pleasure to be associated with people like Kirk, even by the virtue of commenting on his writings.

He has invested a massive effort to counter Srebrenica genocide denial on his blog and I am extremely proud of him. Kirk Johnson is a wonderful human being and I encourage everybody to read his posts from A to Z.

This is not just a "blog" - this is a valuable academic resource for students, teachers, politicians, and everybody in between. All his work is well referenced and his opinions are balanced, reasonable, fair, and intellectual.

Letter by letter, post by post... this is one of the best educational resources on the subject of the Balkans.

Kirk Johnson said...

Daniel, I almost didn't approve your comment--come on man, I can't live up to this hype!

Sarah Franco said...

daniel is right, and the same applies to his srebrenica genocide blog.

blogs like yours give me some hope. each person that googles something and then drops by and takes the time to read it is a small victory.

those who have some instinct of what justice means will understand.

the other will at least know that their lies will not pass unnoticed.