Fifth Srebrenica Youth School: Local Narratives and Global Challenges of Genocide Prevention and Peacebuilding
This July, as part of the program marking the 29th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, in cooperation with the Srebrenica Memorial Center, the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) is organizing the fifth edition of the Srebrenica Youth School in Srebrenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina), from July 7 - 12.
War Correspondents Working to Empower Bosnian Youth
Academy’s goal is to create works dealing with complex social, economic, and human rights issues, as well as creating the media space for them. This independent non-profit organization emerged from the VII Foundation, founded by world-famous photographers Ron Haviv and Gary Knight in 2001.
DIS Theater: Where Dreams Are Born
DIS Theater for young actors was founded in Banja Luka 32 years ago. Today, they have more than 40 active members, and their premieres and first reruns are almost always sold out.
House of Good Tones: A Place for Learning, Gathering, and Positive Change
The Srebrenica association House of Good Tones has been fulfilling its mission for over a decade, believing in the idea that changes must be local, lasting, and sustainable. From the very beginning, their goal has been to connect young people from Srebrenica, Bratunac, Potočari, Milići, Konjević Polje, and Skelani, providing them with various skills through modern teaching methodologies. Although they started as a musical movement, today, young people within the association have the opportunity to explore and study other fields.
Call for applications: PEACE Festival ’24
The Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) and Balkan Diskurs invite young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina to participate in the third edition of Peace Festival in Vitez from February 22 to 26, 2024.
Mirza Mustafagić and the “You Can Be That Person Too” Campaign for Oncology Patients
Gaining people’s trust is a challenging task, but once achieved, it should be utilized in the most positive way possible. This is how influencer Mirza Mustafagić begins his story, which is well-known to the public in Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond. He is an advocate for young people and all those who express and stand by their opinions - a rare and valuable quality today that should be encouraged. Mirza is the force behind the “You Can Be That Person Too” campaign, supporting the Oncology Department of the University Clinical Center (UCC) in Tuzla.