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Lana Pasic

Lana Pasic is editor for her native Bosnia & Herzegovina. She is currently based in Sarajevo and works as a development consultant and freelance writer.

Lana holds MPhil degree in Development Studies from the University of Oxford and MA in Comparative Local Development from the University of Trento.

She has worked in research and development, with Oxfam GB, Save the Children UK, Institute for Minority Rights at the European Academy (EURAC) in Bolzano, Italy and Community Development Foundation Mozaik in Sarajevo.

Lana has research experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, UK and Tanzania. Her areas of research expertise include international development, education, youth participation, peace and conflict studies, and international relations in the Western Balkans and sub-Saharan Africa. Along with her native Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian, Lana is fluent in English, and speaks intermediate Italian, and basic French, Spanish and Swahili.

Lana is also a regular contributor to Al Jazeera English Opinion section.

You can follow her on Twitter @Lana_Pasic

Status: Lana Pasic is currently available for speaking engagements and event participation.

All previous Articles, Interviews and Briefings by Lana Pasic

The 2016 Local Elections in Bosnia: a Win for the Major Ethno-nationalist Parties (October 4, 2016)

Political Rallies in Republika Srpska: Shows of Force ahead of Local Elections (May 22, 2016)

Protests in Post-Dayton Bosnia and the Failure of the Social Contract (March 16, 2016)

Twenty Years On, Can the Dayton Agreement Be Considered a Success Story? (November 20, 2015)

Europe’s Late Responses to the Refugee Crisis (October 27, 2015)

Bosnians Await Pope Francis’ June 2015 Visit (February 9, 2015)

Protests, Floods, Elections, Anniversaries and Arrests: Reflecting on Bosnia’s Main Events of 2014 (January 14, 2015)

Developments in the Croatian Catholic Church under Pope Francis (December 6, 2014)

Bosnia’s General Elections: the Candidates, the Voters and the International Community (October 12, 2014)

The Tourists May Be Keen to Commemorate WWI, but Bosnia’s National Museum Remains Closed, Two Years On (October 5, 2014)

#Balkanfloods Online: The Impact of Social Media on Recent Reporting (May 28, 2914)

Social Protests, Democracy and Politics in Bosnia and Hercegovina (February 12, 2014)

Insights into the Hague Tribunal and Trends in International Justice: Interview with Sir Geoffrey Nice (April 14, 2013) Briefing on Education Without Borders Conference, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE (March 31, 2013)

Assessing Bosnia’s Fifth Post-Dayton Local Elections (October 30, 2012)

State Building Challenges in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Interview with Richard Caplan (February 13, 2012)

In with Nationalism, out with Culture: How Sarajevo’s Museums and Libraries Are Being Affected (January 29, 2012)

In Bosnia, a Government at Last (January 12, 2012)

Bosnia: One Year without a Government (October 3, 2011)

Bosnia’s Vast Foreign Financial Assistance Re-examined: Statistics and Results (June 21, 2011) Briefing with the Populari Centre for Socio-Economic Studies Sarajevo (May 12, 2011)

Sources of Energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Implications for Energy Security (May 9, 2011)

The Dreams of One Nation? The Role of Political Leaders in Reconciliation and Nation-building in Bosnia and Herzegovina (March 17, 2011)

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