Survival in Sarajevo
How Jews, Muslims, Serbs and Croats worked together providing humanitarian aid during the War in Bosnia (1992-1995).
A travelling exhibit
The story of how an old synagogue in the Bosnian war zone became a beacon of hope for everyone. During the Bosnian war (1992-1995), the Jewish community of Sarajevo refused to take sides, opened their own humanitarian aid agency inside the city's synagogue, and were soon joined by their Muslim, Croat and Serbian friends. An inspiring story of friendship and commitment.
In cooperation with Centropa, Tacheles Styria organized tours, workshops and seminars to accompany the exhibit in local secondary schools.