Many young people today are just sitting and drinking coffee and don't know what to do.

Deni is the president of the DOP (Democratic Youth Movement), a youth association established in 2005, that tries to involve young people in the social life of the country. They meet in a communist-style building that host the municipality of the Old Town. He believes that the new generations suffer of a "post-war" trauma and because of that they will just sit all day in the cafés, of wich Sarajevo is full, and say only: "it is ok as it is, and it will never change".
Deni who lived in Germany for ten years, believes that change is possible and that BiH has a great potential to become a strong country, if it could only forget about nationalism and ethnic divisions.

download the interview (pdf, 19kb)



© Marco Pavan, 2009
Share | Delicious add to | Tweet This