The Bosnian Floods: A Time of Hardship, a Time of Unity
Almost four years have passed since the devastating floods hit Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region. Despite the passage of time, the images of May 2014 will remain forever etched in many people’s minds.
Feeding the Hungry: Mostar’s Community Kitchens
23 years since the end of the Bosnian war, Mostar is still feeling the effects of poverty. Two service centers, the Red Cross soup kitchen and the Meal Center, have stepped up to provide food and basic necessities for people in need.
Kindness is a Language the Deaf Can Hear and the Blind Can See
This is the story of four individuals who are taking action to create positive change for those living with hearing, vision, and mobility impairments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Center for Children, Youth and Family: Building an Active and Cohesive Community in Laktaši
The NGO Center for Children, Youth and Family in Laktaši has been working for 14 years to build a responsible and active civil society by promoting values and social cohesion in their community and offers children and their parents access to leisure activities through informal creative and recreational education.
Islamophobia Undermines Young People’s Prospects
Islamophobia is becoming an epidemic in the modern society. Its impact is widespread but is most crucial and most difficult for young people.
The Right to Choose: Embracing Differences in an Increasingly Intolerant Society
By setting double standards and speaking about quasi-democracy and human rights while rejecting everything that is different, Bosnian society is becoming increasingly intolerant.