A film by Fiona Lloyd-Davies with Mulberry School for Girls
20 years after the start of the war in Bosnia, people are still fighting for justice. Six young British women set off on a journey to find out why.
Six young women from London journey to Bosnia. They walk the paths to Sarajevo and Srebrenica, where war and genocide took place to find out what justice really means to those who most want it. They travel to the Hague to witness the trial of the man accused of authoring these crimes – the wartime leader of the Bosnian Serbs Dr Radovan Karadzic - at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. In their quest for truth these young women explore the path to peace and reconciliation and what role it plays in the lives of the survivors.
Visit their blog at justiceinaction2012.wordpress.com/