On the occasion of the anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords, FAMA Methodology presents the project: "Knowledge Transfer Module - The Dayton Peace Accords - The Art of Negotiation: How to End a War" which summarizes their entire previous work on this topic. The Dayton Peace Accords, signed in 1995, can be seen as a complex political and legal document, but also as a testimony to the art of negotiation, which ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. FAMA Methodology has focused on the art of negotiation by mapping the intricate matrix of the 'U.S. Shuttle Diplomacy' and 'Proximity Peace Talks' at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH. The goal of the project is to contextualize and visualize the events that marked the end of the 20th century and that continue to shape the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
To capture the attention, one needs to be objective, informative and creative, but to sustain interest, one needs to inspire a quest for knowledge. This involves observing events with an open mind to note significant elements of the observed phenomenon. We are confident that FAMA projects have accomplished those goals over the years primarily because we aligned our knowledge bank with evidence-based engagement and multimedia storytelling.
Through our unique insight and gift of foresight, we have been able to develop a step-by-step methodology that 'makes the obvious visible': 1. DOCUMENT facts and evidence for posterity. 2. PRESERVE the culture of remembrance. 3. COMMUNICATE complexity to a broader audience. 4. EDUCATE current and future generations. 5. INSPIRE a dialogue and positive knowledge transfer.
Sarajevo Survival Map 1992-1996
Srebrenica - Mapping genocide and post-genocide society
The Fall of Yugoslavia 1991-1999
Time is Up!
‘The Siege of Sarajevo Museum - The Art of Living - FAMA Collection’
Encyclopedia: ‘The Siege of Sarajevo 1992-1996’
Mapiranje dejtonskog mirovnog sporazuma
Time is Up!
History In The Making 2014-1914(1878)
THE SIXTH OF APRIL AWARD
FAMA Methodology (FAMA Team) has received the Sixth of April Award of the City of Sarajevo in 2017 for its contribution to the field of science and education.
‘The Sixth of April Award of the City of Sarajevo (named in honour of the day of Sarajevo's liberation from fascism in WWII) is awarded to outstanding individuals, groups and collectives for significant achievements and exceptional works, as such actions must contribute to the overall improvement and development of the city of Sarajevo.’
DaytonFAMA Methodology presents project on the art of negotiation
Maps and the 20th CenturyFAMA’s Survival map on display at the British Library in London
FAMA’s lecture at the British LibraryMapping War from WW2 to Sarajevo
The School of KnowledgeSrebrenica - Mapping Genocide and Post-Genocide Society