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Slobodanka (Boba) Borojevic holds a degree in German language and literature from the University of Belgrade. She is a certified teacher, court interpreter, cultural interpreter, clinical medical electrologist, and event and meeting manager. But most of her time she is a businesswoman, running a successful clinic in the field of skincare.

Boba Borojevic has been a host and producer of the radio program "Monday’s Encounter" on CKCU 93.1 FM in Ottawa, since April 2001. During the past four years, Mrs. Borojevic has interviewed many writers, politicians, historians, artists, academics and people who continue to make a difference in our society. Her letters and interviews have been published in The Washington Times, The Ottawa Citizen, The Ottawa Sun, The National Post, Glas Javnosti, Nacional, Dan as well as in some periodicals. In addition her interviews and writings have had worldwide distribution via the Internet.

Boba Borojevic, administrative liaison for the Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies in Canada, has organized numerous cultural events, panel and round-table discussions, and speaker presentations.

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OSLO, Feb 27 (Reuters) – Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya and former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari, who drafted a plan for supervised independence for Kosovo, are among a near-record 197 nominees for the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize…."

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Sunday February 4, 2007

Dr M nominated for Nobel Prize

By JUNE H.L. WONG

PETALING JAYA: Four non-governmental organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina have nominated Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for the Nobel Peace Prize 2007.

They are the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, the Congress of Bosnik Intellectuals and two Christian organisations – the Serb Civic Council from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Croat National Council.

The move to nominate the former Prime Minister was spearheaded by Dr Ejup Ganic, who was Vice-President of Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1990-96 and President of the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina until March 2001.

Dr Ganic, currently the Chancellor of the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, worked closely with Dr Mahathir in the 1990s when Malaysia provided economic, political and humanitarian support to a Bosnia-Herzegovina recovering from the trauma of genocide and ethnic cleansing in the 1992-95 civil war.

Nominations to the Norwegian Nobel Committee closed on Feb 1 and this year’s list includes former US Vice-President Al Gore, Finnish peace broker Martti Ahtisaari and Chinese dissident Rebiya Kadeer.

In a nomination paper signed by Dr Ganic made available to The Star, Dr Mahathir is described as the Third World’s “most illustrious contemporary” and its “most courageous advocate.”

Dr Ganic said that Dr Mahathir had influenced the world by leaving behind lessons on how diversity could be managed, conflicts reconciled and multi ethnicity harnessed to build a vibrant economic and political system.

He also highlighted Dr Mahathir’s “Prosper Thy Neighbour” policy, his enlightened vision of Islam and his work as an ambassador of peace in Iraq-Iran, Bosnia-Herzegovina, southern Thailand, Philippines and Aceh.

Dr Mahathir, 81, who retired from public office in 2003, launched the Kuala Lumpur Initiative to Criminalise War in December 2005 and chairs the Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO) that was set up to implement the initiative.

PGPO’s “Expose War Crimes: Criminalise War” Conference and Exhibition begins tomorrow at Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur. 

 
 

…."…Nominations to the Norwegian Nobel Committee closed on Feb 1 and this yearʼs list includes former US Vice-President Al Gore, Finnish peace broker Martti Ahtisaari and Chinese dissident Rebiya Kadeer.

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Cuban dissident, Kosovo expert nominated for Nobel

Wed Feb 27, 2008

By Alister Doyle

OSLO, Feb 27 (Reuters) – Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya and former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari, who drafted a plan for supervised independence for Kosovo, are among a near-record 197 nominees for the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize.

"Of the total, 164 are individuals and 33 are organisations," Geir Lundestad, head of the Norwegian Nobel Institute, told Reuters. "This is the second highest number — the most was in 2005 with 199." The secretive five-member committee met on Tuesday to begin narrowing the field after a deadline for nominations on Feb 1. The 10 million Swedish crowns ($1.62 million) award, which can be split up to three ways, will be announced on Oct. 10.

Lundestad declined to give any names of nominees.

"The field is wide open," said Stein Toennesson, head of the Peace Research Institute, Oslo. "I cannot see any clear favourites".

He said the committee might well want to focus on a lack of human rights and democracy in China after a long gap — Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama won in 1989. "My problem is that I don’t see a very likely candidate in China," he said.

Candidates whose nominations have been made public include Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has rebuilt the nation after an Islamist revolt in the 1990s.

Others are former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, for a role in ending the Cold War, and New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

ESPERANTO

Others were the artificial language Esperanto, meant to promote international understanding, and PeaceJam, a U.S. based group founded in 1996 which seeks to educate young people about peace with help from past Nobel laureates.

Guardians of the prize often seek a topical winner — Nobel’s will says the prize should honour achievements in the past year. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and the U.N. Climate Panel shared the 2007 prize.

Cuba’s Paya is on the list for the year when Fidel Castro stepped aside after 49 years in power in the Communist Caribbean island and was succeeded by his brother Raul.

"This is a crucial moment. Cuba wants change, the people want change," Paya said of Fidel Castro’s retirement.

Paya is a past winner of the European Union’s Andrei Sakharov prize for human rights in 2002 and has called for national dialogue on a peaceful transition to democracy.

Ahtisaari, repeatedly tipped for the prize for peace work from the Balkans to Indonesia, drafted a status plan for Kosovo as U.N. special envoy.

Kosovo declared independence from Serbia on Feb. 17 and promised to follow Ahtisaari’s plan, including respect for minorities. Russia, Serbia’s closest ally, blocked the U.N. Security Council from adopting the blueprint last year.

Toennesson said there were objections to all candidates. Paya, for instance, would be a "difficult pill to swallow for the Norwegian left" which has admired Havana, he said.

And "Ahtisaari’s plan was not designed as a plan to be carried out by one side."

Getting nominated is no real honour because thousands of people including all members of national parliaments have the right to send in names — Hitler was on the list in the 1930s. (Editing by Keith Weir)

By Alister Doyle

 

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