Solo exhibition at US Capitol for the 15th commemoration of Srebrenica genocide.
Rich-Mix Gallery where the work by 15 women from the Balkans was exhibited. Five women, including myself, spoke during the panel discussion.
``Now and Then`` exhibition at WKU in Bowling Green, Kentucky organized by my former photojournalism department as part of International Year of BiH at WKU.
Part of the yearly exhibition sponsored by Ohio University and held at the Dairy Barn in Athens, Ohio.
Alexia Foundation's 30th anniversary exhibition, ``From Tragedy To Light``. My photo was on display in Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Bronx Documentary Center along with many other photographers who have won the Alexia award.
Exhibition in Zenica's City Museum with many artists from the region.
My work was exhibited in the Italian Senate in Rome for the commemoration of Srebrenica.
Jerez de la Frontera was the border between Islamic and Christian populations. Suddenly, this spoke to my work even more. I chose to represent relationships, peace and love among people of different faiths for this exhibition.
Exhibition that was in London few years ago, moved to the Caribbean.
First public speech in US Congress during the exhibition and commemoration of Srebrenica genocide.
Panel discussion with women from different regions.
During the ``Welcome the Stranger`` conference in Pennsylvania.
TEDx Masarykova was held in Zenica's National Theater. I spoke about Photography & Human Connections.
I spoke in Dr. Hiba's two political science classes.
Speech on Peace, War, Immigration and Photojournalism at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
NPPAOU organized an event where I spoke about my piece ``I'm a Refugee``.
My first Online talk at the Rotary Club Zenica, presenting to Rotary International and Rotary Austria.