Eldin Hadzovic reports on post-war Bosnia for the domestic and international press.
His stories have covered issues ranging from corruption to war crimes and human rights. He spent several years as a senior editor with Dani, the prestigious Sarajevo news magazine. His fellowship story looks at the treatment of orphans in Bosnia.
The fractured state is unable to monitor its orphanages properly, and nor can it provide any decent alternatives to the institutions.
Eastern Bosnia looks almost idyllic in late spring, with green meadows and wild river valleys stretching as far as the eye can see. I say “almost” because the wounds of war are also visible, the remains of destroyed houses and villages resembling scars on the landscape.