‘State of Peace’ Youth Academy gathers 50 young people from the region
At the first 'State of Peace' Youth Academy, organized by the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with the Post-Conflict Research Center, 50 young people from the Western Balkans will learn about peace and democracy through cultural and artistic events, as well as educational workshops. Scheduled to take place from August 18 – 31, the program will encompass activities in Tuzla, Brčko, Sarajevo, and Vitez.
YOUTH ACADEMY ‘STATE OF PEACE’: PEACE ACTIVISM APPROCHES
At the first Youth Academy ‘State of Peace,’ organized by the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU BiH) in collaboration with the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC), 50 young individuals from the Western Balkans region will learn about the state of peace and the building of a democratic society through cultural and artistic events and …
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: SUMMER ACADEMY – BUILDING A ‘STATE OF PEACE’ WITH WESTERN BALKANS YOUTH
The European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in partnership with the Post-Conflict Research Center is conveying the first 'State of Peace' Youth Academy from August 18 – 31 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Young people from across the Western Balkan region will take part in a cross-country program with 15 + activities in 4 locations, travel across the country and enjoy their summer break in Bosnia!
Discovering Another Side of Bosnian and Herzegovinian Landscapes
The association Azimuth 135 promotes hiking with the slogan “Walk the Right Path,” offering a diverse range of activities for people of all ages.
Youth Leaders: Visionaries Changing the World
Youth leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) have an important role in driving necessary changes and inspiring young people with their activism to contribute to positive changes in local communities. Adnan Družić from Bosanski Petrovac is one such leader.
Bosnian-Herzegovinian “Water Heroes”
Although the Spid swimming club was founded with the goal of developing inclusive sports, over the last eight years, it has become a gathering place and a source of unbreakable friendships for children from all over Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), regardless of their ethnicity or any other differences. This club has also been a place where children with developmental difficulties or disabilities, who are often referred to as “water heroes,” have won numerous awards.