Discussants: Denis Džidić, Till Rüger & Zlatan Musić

Moderation: Britt-Marie Lakämper & Niko Nowak (University of Leipzig)

Denis Džidić

Denis Džidić


Denis Džidić has a bachelor degree in journalism and masters degree in international humanitarian law. He started his journalist career after graduating university in the Bosnian daily Oslobodjenje in 2006. A year later Denis Džidić started working for the Institute for war and peace reporting, covering war crimes trials in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the Hague tribunal. In 2008 I was employed as a court monitor for BIRN BiH. I have stayed there since, and now I am the Editor in Chief for BIRN BiH – which is a specialized news agency monitoring war rcime trials, transitional justice issues, and more broadly the rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Till Rüger

Till Rüger


Till Rüger was born and raised in Nürnberg, Germany. After his studies of biology, polical science and journalism in Erlangen und Washington D.C.. he worekd as travel correspondant in Tel Aviv, Gaza, Wien, Belgrad and Pristina. Since 2014 Till Rüger is ARD TV-correnspondant for Austria and Southeast Europe in Studio Vienna.

Zlatan Musić

Zlatan Musić


Zlatan Musić holds a master’s degree in public policy with specialization in media, information and communication policy at Central European University in Budapest. He previously worked for media divisions of the EU Special Representative/Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, where he served as the development and communications officer. Currently, he works at the Press and Public Information Unit of the OSCE Mission to BiH, where he designs communication strategies for projects in countering violent extremism, anti-corruption, genderIm Englischen wird zwischen dem biologischen Geschlecht "Sex", und dem soziokulturellen Geschlecht Gender", unterschieden. Im Deutschen gib es allerdings nur einen Oberbegriff: "Geschlecht". Im Englischen wird zwischen dem biologischen Geschlecht "Sex", und dem soziokulturellen Geschlecht Gender", unterschieden. Im Deutschen gib es allerdings nur einen Oberbegriff: "Geschlecht". Gender“ drückt aus, dass geschlechtsspezifische Zuschreibungen dynamisch und veränderbar sind. Der Begriff geht über die biologische Unterscheidung zwischen Geschlechtern hinaus. Gender“ drückt aus, dass geschlechtsspezifische Zuschreibungen dynamisch und veränderbar sind. Der Begriff geht über die biologische Unterscheidung zwischen Geschlechtern hinaus., media freedom and media literacy.