Father Ivo Markovic, a Bosnian Friar and founder of Pontamina Choir, talked about the status of interreligious cooperation and reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Father Ivo Markovic, a Bosnian Friar, is a founder of Pontanima, an interreligious choir based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is widely acclaimed as an innovative peacemaking project, a shining representation of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and a major contributor to the country's cultural life. The choir and its founder received Search for Common Ground Reconciliation Through the Arts Award (2004) and the Tanenbaum Peacemakers in Action Award (1998), among others.
Father Ivo gave a talk on the status of interreligious cooperation and reconciliation in today's Bosnia, which remains a very unsettled place even 16 years after the war ended.
- Father Ivo Markovic
Founder, Pontanima Interreligious Choir
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Renata Stuebner, Introduction
Senior Program Assistant, Religion and Peacemaking Center
U.S. Institute of Peace