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  • The Global Campus Conference 2017 - ''Liquid reconciliation: Global perspectives, Glocal realities'' (Sarajevo, April 4-6) is focused on the nexus between human rights protection and the perspective of reconciliation in divided societies. The conditions under which reconciliation and the defense of human rights are treated depend on a variety of…
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies Conference “Restoring peace: building post-conflict societies” Date: July 3, 2017 Place: Liverpool Hope University, Creative Campus Deadline: April 15, 2017 Academic interest in peace building has traditionally looked at societies in transition to peace in the immediate years following a conflict.…
  • The WORLD PEACE CONFERENCE 2017 will focus on how to prevent and mediate conflict. It is a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and solutions with professionals from government, business, healthcare, media, and faith-based organizations. Diverse perspectives will challenge our thinking. The goal of this gathering is to empower community leaders, Rotarians,…
  • Dajana Dejanović and Antonela Opačak are members of the organization Youth for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was established in 2014. " We have established an organization with a desire to be led by young people for young people, in accordance with the needs of this population", says Antonela…
  • Many people would like to be remembered by doing something – making an impact in the world, inventing a cure for incurable disease, or perhaps doing something simpler like planting a tree with friends or recovering long forgotten photography of family. Considering the latter, officials from the European Parliament really…
  • The Institute for Peace and Development (IPD) is pleased to announce that registration has opened for the I Global Peace Conference 2017: Theme “View to Peacebuilding, Security and Human Rights in Modern World”. The conference will take place in Baar, Switzerland on the 29 – 31 May, 2017. The aim…
  • 20.000 Serbs went from Mostar during and after the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 22 years ago, there were close to 24,000 Serbs in this city, today there are only four. One Serb Radivoje Krulj, the priest of the Serbian Ortodox Church, has decided to move to this town. Despite…
  •     Youth Communication Centre from Banjaluka published a call for two experts regarding the project "Divided past-Joint future", financed by European Union. “Divided Past – Joint Future” is the project implemented by Youth Communication Centre (YCC) located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with 17 partners (7 IPA beneficiary countries…
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