Terms of Content Use

FAMA Methodology welcomes the reuse, republication, and redistribution of multimedia content published on our websites, newsletters, and social media channels. We also welcome the reposting of FAMA Methodology content to info/news portals, TV/media outlets, other websites, mailing lists, blogs, newsgroups, databases and social media channels as long as you respect and retain the integrity of the original content and reference it appropriately:

  • always stating our name: "© FAMA Methodology"
  • acknowledging the name of the project:
  • "Knowledge Transfer Module - The Dayton Peace Accords - The Art of Negotiations: How to End a War"
  • referencing our website: famamethodology.net
  • if using blogs, mailing lists, newsletters and / or social media to communicate our content, please consider including our email: [email protected] and / or social media handles / links

It is strictly forbidden to use this project, its content, references to authors and the project team, and original FAMA projects used in the creation of this module to construct and communicate information that promotes false narratives, misrepresentation of facts and evidence, a culture of denial, fake news, distorted historical analysis, hate speech or any form of discrimination against individuals or communities anywhere in the world. Such misconduct will not be tolerated, and legal actions may be applied.

One must not use any of our trademarks, service marks, names or logos in a way that may confuse FAMA Methodology and its projects or the services or products they refer to. One must not remove, obscure or alter any copyright, trademark or other proprietary notices included in FAMA Methodology or its content. The sale or alteration of our multimedia content is strictly prohibited.

About FAMA Methodology

FAMA Methodology is a Sarajevo-based not-for-profit Association founded in 2014, with an accomplished list of internationally acclaimed projects since 1990, collectively known as the FAMA Collection.

FAMA's mission is to document facts, preserve human experiences, and transfer knowledge related to the Siege of Sarajevo 1992-96 and different aspects of the Fall of Yugoslavia 1991-99. We are committed to transforming how we educate and inform about urban/civic/cultural resistance whilst safeguarding the culture of remembrance for future generations.

FAMA Collection archives exemplify a new approach to recording facts/evidence and mapping out the causes and consequences of historical events. As such, that method offers a multimedia platform for evidence-based engagement, creative transfer of knowledge and regional dialogue. By leveraging innovative educational approaches and engaging storytelling techniques, we aim to understand how creativity can help people resist terror and make them more resilient for the 21st-century risk society.