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Младен Обреновиќ е доктор по комуникациски науки и професионален новинар со позадина во медиумите и хрватските медиуми во Босна и Херцеговина. Неговата професионална новинарска кариера се случи во 1996 година во Вуковар, каде што работеше за локалните медиуми како дописник на Глас Славонија и Јутарњи лист, покривајќи ја темата за хрватската историја. Од 2010 до 2013 година, тие беа регистрирани во Загреб, каде што ја покриваа дневната политика и актуелната тема за хрватските дрвја, исклучени од хрватската сабора, Владе и правните институции. Во Доласку и Сараево, радиото за Ал azeезеру Балкан како новинар, а потоа уредник на порталот. Радиото е исто така новинар на БИРН во Босна и Херцеговина. Присутни сме на бројот на медиумски курсеви и конференции, а во моментов учиме и учиме.

Murals are dredging up a war-torn past and widening divides in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mladen Obrenović

Mladen Obrenovic 400x500Since monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and there is but a mere handful of them dedicated to all victims regardless of nationality and/or religion, mark the territory and represent three viewpoints of the recent past - Bosniak, Croat and Serb – murals should at least stand for something else. Unfortunately, they don’t - especially those dedicated to Mladic and Praljak.

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It is high time to allow science and evidence to steer politics

Mladen Obrenović

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At the onset of the corona crisis, the ‘spotlight’ was directed at experts for a while, because answers were expected of them. The ‘gratitude towards the virus’ for once again shining the limelight on expertise and science, on individuals and collectives who can help the community with their knowledge and skills, was short-lived - until politicians recognized the opportunity.

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The lack of vaccines led to panic in B&H, yet now they are going to waste

Mladen Obrenović

Mladen Obrenovic 400x500With considerable lack of trust and a strong influence of opponents to vaccination, but also the fact that Bosnia and Herzegovina was quite late to start mass immunization, the percentage of vaccinated citizens is extremely low. The latest data indicate that as little as 12 percent of the adult population i.e., every eighth inhabitant, is fully vaccinated, and Bosnia and Herzegovina tops the ranking in Europe in terms of the number of deaths per million inhabitants.

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