Narrating Conflict is a publication about the way we as humans relate through words, narratives and language to conflicts we have experienced. The publication combines transcriptions, interviews, accounts, images and archive footage collected over the last five years during my research and work as a filmmaker.  

The publication consists of three parts. The first part brings together accounts by Dutch / Bosnian girls who have experienced the war in the former Yugoslavia through the narratives of their parents. The second part of the publication focusses on former interpreters of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague and their role as 'channel' of narratives from victims and perpetrators of the war in Yugoslavia. In the third part of the publication the reader gets to know a Chechen family living in Warsaw. Through poems, dreams and prayers they continue their intimate relationship with their homeland and the things they have lost due to the constant conflict in Chechnya.
Narrating Conflict is funded by Josine de Bruyn Kops Fonds