Bosnia and Herzegovina is split in two. In the north, the Republika Srpska of the Bosnian Serbs, in the south the federation of Bosnians and Croats. Two governments, two school programs, two alphabets, three religions.
The new generation is trying to find a path between the stigma of war and a hope that falters over the years after Dayton’s agreement. With an average salary of 430 euros per month and an unemployment rate of more than 45%, the urge to build comes up against history. State of play of an identity and economic crisis.