Donna Harati (Serbia)


Donna Harati

Donna Harati (Women in Black in Serbia): Donna spent the 2007 and 2008 summers working in Zambia with Project Concern International, and helping a peer mediation program for at risk youth in Zambian schools. Donna also taught English in Mauritius through Learning Enterprises. At the time of her fellowship, Donna was pursuing a degree in Cultural Politics with a focus on social justice from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. While at university, she also worked with incarcerated adults and court adjudicated youth through Georgetown’s Center for Social Justice. After her fellowship, Donna wrote: “I was faced with questions I did not know even existed. If my experience in Serbia taught me anything, it was that being complacent is simply not an option.”



05 Aug

Operation Storm

Yesterday marked the 14th anniversary of “Operation Storm”, the Croatian army offensive that exiled more

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Posted Aug 05, 2009

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27 Jul

Activism

Activism is one of those words that usually conjures strong images in the minds of

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Posted Jul 27, 2009

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13 Jul

Srebrenica and WIB

How do I blog about genocide? That’s the question that’s been on my mind since

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Posted Jul 13, 2009

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10 Jul

Guilt and Forgiveness

Although the entire conference was full of interesting, reflective, and thought-provoking comments and dialogue, two

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Posted Jul 10, 2009

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09 Jul

Crossing the Lines

The past few days have been extremely busy at WIB. Activists have been coming in

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Posted Jul 09, 2009

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30 Jun

Greatest Memory Associated with WIB

During our first week in Serbia, one of WIB’s activists passed away in Leskovac. The

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Posted Jun 30, 2009

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21 Jun

Watching Iran from Serbia

Both of my parents were born and raised in Iran, so I have felt especially

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Posted Jun 21, 2009

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18 Jun

Reflections on Trip to the Special Court on War Crimes

On Wednesday, June 10th, I had the opportunity to attend a session of the Special

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Posted Jun 18, 2009

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15 Jun

Transitional Justice Summary

Last week I had the opportunity to travel to the Special Court on War Crimes

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Posted Jun 15, 2009

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10 Jun

Alternative history

During the network meeting in Leskovac, three films were shown. One was a UNIFEM produced

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Posted Jun 10, 2009

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07 Jun

Leskovac- Recap

In order to involve WIB members who are not near Belgrade, WIB holds network meetings

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Posted Jun 07, 2009

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03 Jun

Current Women’s and Human Rights News

Every month, Women In Black puts out a news bulletin summarizing recent events concerning women’s

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Posted Jun 03, 2009

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02 Jun

Hi from Serbia!

I made it to Serbia! It’s been crazy watching the news about the missing Air

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Posted Jun 02, 2009

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27 May

Leaving

To be completely honest, Serbia was not a country I thought about much before I

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Posted May 27, 2009

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