My opinion is that people want to leave Bosnia because they see there is no prosperity, there is no future.

Hazim was born in Travnik, a town about 90 kilometres from Sarajevo, famous for its old multicoloured mosque and for being the birthplace of the Nobel prize writer Ivo Andric.
Hazim moved to the city about two and a half years ago to study journalism at the University, after trying without success to go and study abroad. He lives in a shared flat with a friend in the hilly neighbourhood of Bjelave, overlooking the embassies and the Habsburg old town.
He recently got a job at the Federalna TV as production assistant: "it was my first time to see beta players and beta tapes... i feel like i am 20 years back in the past... no technology!"

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© Marco Pavan, 2009
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