7 July 2020
The marking of the 25th anniversary of significant events from the war in the former Yugoslavia, including the Tuzla massacre, the Srebrenica Genocide and Operation Storm should be a time when communities commemorate the pain and
7 July 2020
An audiovisual exhibition "Srebrenica: Genocide in Eight Acts" opened at the SENSE Center in Pula marking the beginning of the campaign called "Together Against the Denial Virus".
5 July 2020
The opening of the multimedia exhibition "Srebrenica:Genocide in Eight Acts" on July 7 at the SENSE Center in Pula will mark the beginning of the campaign "Together Against the Denial Virus" involving fifteen civil society organizations.
5 May 2020
The SENSE Centre for Transitional Justice website has been updated and upgraded by including the SENSE Agency Archive 1998-2019. Thus the digital online presentation of the overall SENSE production since 1998 to the present has been completed.
28 November 2019
We have been witnessing persistent fabrications of lies, commemorations of crimes instead of victims and the enforcement of the opinion of the majority in our societies, said the participants of an international panel-discussion on the theme "Could populists lead us out of the war narrative?". It was organized by Forum ZDF in Serbia and SENSE - Transitional Justice Center. At the beginning of the event, a large documetary database about the war crime trials, assembled by the SENSE News Agency, has been presented to the audience. The Agency had recently tranformed into the SENSE - Transitional Justice Center, based in Pula
9 May 2019
The Bosnian War Crimes Atlas 92-95 was presented at the SENSE – Transitional Justice Center in Pula. The Atlas exhibits detailed information about some 100.000 victims of the war in Bosna-Herzegovina and the circumstances in which they perished
26 April 2019
Judge Carmel Agius, President International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals - Remarks delivered for opening of exhibition “48 Hours of Ashes and Blood” SENSE Transitional Justice Center, Pula, Croatia, 26 April 2019
26 April 2019
The President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals Carmel Agius and the former president of Croatia Stjepan Mesić opened the exhibition and presentation of the Ahmići interactive narrative at the SENSE center in Pula. The narrative entitled ''Ahmići: 48 Hours of Ashes and Blood“ was produced by the SENSE centar and the exhibited photographs were taken by Giles Penfound, a photographer with the British Battalion, in the days following the attack on Ahmići in April 1993
16 April 2019
Marking the anniversary of the crime in the Lasva Valley, SENSE – Transitional justice center published its fifth interactive narrative called ''48 hours of ashes and blood“
5 April 2019
Interactive narrative “Ahmići: 48 hours of ashes and blood” will be accessible at the new web site of SENSE Center for Transitional Justice from 16 April 2019.