Category: Protests

  • Bad bishop and an ongoing game of chess

    Bad bishop and an ongoing game of chess

    17.03.2019. Belgrade, Serbia. Anti-government protests changed location from national television stormed during the night before to Presidency of Serbia where President Vucic was addressing nation exactly at noon, speaking in a dissuasive way about last night’s events. Protestors managed to break the police cordon during President’s speech, and several clashes with the police erupted around […]

  • Belgrade’s on fire

    Belgrade’s on fire

    Belgrade, Serbia, 16.03.2019. Several thousand opposition protesters stormed and occupied the state TV broadcaster RTS – Radio Television of Serbia, protesting against unfair and ignorant reporting about the demonstrations that have been going on for more than three months now in many Serbian cities. Police in full riot gear forced them out by pushing or […]

  • Face of migration

    I was staring at the men on the other side of the fence. The rain just started, and he used his simple shelter – a plastic bag he had found nearby. He made a hole in it so he can see. The view was not much. A piece of dirty dusty land, now turned into […]

  • Serbia’s Flying Circus

    Ladies and gentleman, children of all the ages, citizens of Serbia and all the world…old/new circus is in your town! 

  • Show must go on (no matter how many rubber duckies gets hurt in the process)

    It was a second public discussion and hearing for the Belgrade Waterfront project. Some rubber ducks were involved. And some plain rubber too. No real animals were harmed. Only some common sense and intelect.

  • New Law ?

      Working class hero is going through difficult changes. Can he be strong? Can he evolve? Can he dissolve? Can he fight? Can he come to terms with future, no matter how dark it is? It is a classic golden age meets future. It is evolution. Is there revolution?

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Gay Pride was supposed to happen on September 28. Ultra nationalists organized the protest against the parade. Police escorted demonstrators through the city. Babies in the front, family people and football fans behind them, all united against LGBT parade.

  • Occupy Gezi, by Andrei Pungovschi

    During the last few days, Turkey was in the center of global interest. Peaceful protests, aimed at preserving Gezi park in the heart of Istanbul, were turned into anti-government mood. On Tuesday, massive clashes and chaos erupted on Taksim square, provoked by very strong reaction of the Turkish police towards protesters. Our friend Andrei Pungovschi, […]