Refik Hodzic

Refik Hodzic

Refik Hodzic is a journalisthttp: filmmaker and transitional justice expert from Bosnia and Herzegovina. For more than two decadeshttp: Hodzic has worked as a strategic communications expert in transitional justice contexts including the former Yugoslaviahttp: Sri Lankahttp: Syriahttp: Lebanonhttp: Colombiahttp: Tunisiahttp: and Timor-Leste. He served as Communications Director of the International Center for Transitional Justice and as a spokesman for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. 

Middle East

Syrians should not be forced to return to an unsafe Syria

The premature repatriation of displaced Syrians could cause further cycles of violence and suffering.

Syrians should not be forced to return to an unsafe Syria

Syrian Refugees

The spectre of a Syrian Srebrenica

The dehumanisation campaign Syrians are facing is strikingly similar to the one that led to the genocide of Bosnians.

The spectre of a Syrian Srebrenica

US & Canada

Bosnia: The haunting legacy of Ratko Mladic

Unless Mladic's legacy is addressed in the rest of Bosnia, the outcome of his trial in The Hague may be merely symbolic.

Bosnia: The haunting legacy of Ratko Mladic