Bosnia Herzegovina: census, the demography of division and the reality of illiteracy

We the citizens, residents, hosts, to build, sustain, feed our own independent critical thinking as people of the year 2016, we desperately need computer literacy, media literacy and with these produce new information, build a different knowledge, and dismantle once for all the too many deadly lies produced by leading political parties.

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While waiting for the last (hopefully) act of the incredible BH-census-soap-opera, which should have is grand final in December this year, 2016, I have as many other, invested my time and read the provisional results published by the BH Agency for Statistics on the eve of the expiring deadline.

Luckily, apart for the lengthy pdf,  a fair amount of .xls tables were made accessible for download at the yet-to-be-filled census website: www.popis2013.ba

popis2013uskoro
popis2013uskoro

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In the continuum of #privacy and #data

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privacy by g4ll4is on flickr.com
privacy by g4ll4is on flickr.com

I have always regard myself as a public person. It is not so much about me being “known” as much as being comfortable with being known and speaking/act publicly.

Still I have an intimacy, something inherently mine that I do not want to share with almost anyone and many many things I want to share with specific people.

When it comes to politic the line has always being blurry. As a feminist my practise is that the personal is political and the political, as we all know is public, so my personal most often had been, as I said, very much public. Continue reading “In the continuum of #privacy and #data”

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