"My Body, a War Zone”: Breaking the Silence Surrounding Sexual Violence in Conflict

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Description

This article announces the opening of the exhibition, "My Body a War Zone" in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as part of the WARM (War Art Reporting and Memory) Festival, on 1 July 2015.

Exhibition design: Willhemina Wahlin (Charles Sturt University and PROOF: Media for Social Justice)

Exhibition curator: Leora Kahn, PROOF: Media for Social Justice

Education partner, education programming and additional exhibition content (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Post Conflict Research Centre

https://balkandiskurs.com/en/2015/08/13/my-body-a-war-zone-breaking-the-silence-surrounding-sexual-violence-in-conflict/

Period13 Aug 2015

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • Title“My Body, a War Zone”: Breaking the Silence Surrounding Sexual Violence in Conflict
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBaklan Diskurs
    Media typeWeb
    CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
    Date13/08/15
    DescriptionArticle discusses the opening of the exhibition, "My Body a War Zone" for the WARM (War Art Reporting and Memory) Festival on 1 July 2015 at the BBI Centar, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    Exhibition Design: Dr Willhemina Wahlin, Charles Sturt University, Port Macqquarie, Australia, and PROOF: Media for Social Justice.

    Exhibition Curation: Leora Kahn, Executive Director, PROOF: Media for Social Justice

    Project partner and co-curator: Port Conflict Research Centre, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Producer/AuthorZuzana Pavelková
    URLhttps://balkandiskurs.com/en/2015/08/13/my-body-a-war-zone-breaking-the-silence-surrounding-sexual-violence-in-conflict/
    PersonsWillhemina Wahlin

Conference

TitleWar Art Reporting and Memory (WARM) Festival
LocationBBI Center Square, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Period27 Jun 2015 → 03 Jul 2015
Linkwww.warmfoundation.org/event/2015-06-28-warm-festival-2015

Keywords

  • Difficult exhibitions
  • WARM Festival
  • My Body a War Zone
  • Sexual Violence prevention
  • War crimes
  • Exhibition Design