Within the project “Divided Past-Joint Future”, qualitative research has been conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania and Turkey.
The subject of the research included the views and opinions of citizens, representatives of the public, private and civil sectors on peace building and the process of reconciliation and the role of the civil sector in
these processes in these countries.
Project on Peacebuilding is organising a weeklong course examining the history, context, and changing politics of peacebuilding.
It is now more than twenty five years since the war in Bosnia but the economy is still struggling, the infrastructure is still crumbling, and the political institutions are still stalled in conflict. For the international community, Bosnia is the textbook case for post-conflict peacebuilding, but what has actually been achieved?
The organizers of the 2018 ICFP are seeking youth leaders aged 18 to 25 years old to be keynote speakers, media makers and moderators for sessions at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP). Young people who are selected will have conference registration and travel costs covered, and will play an essential role in providing a youth perspective and voice to the program.
- Programme finalised with nearly 100 speakers confirmed
- Universal Basic Income documentary to premier at #EHF2018
- Still time to register and bring more friends.
- Donations welcome!
After several weeks of frantic activity, this week we closed our programme of activities so that we can have it printed in time for the forum.
With almost 100 speakers confirmed at the time of writing, from places as diverse as Cameroon, Iraq, Chile and the United States, and from all over Europe, distributed among 21 working areas, and with the support of around 50 organisations, action fronts, movements and networks, and hundreds of individual participants, the forum promises to be an exciting cauldron of activity in which activists can learn from the experience of others and contribute their own experiences, creating a common intelligence that all of us can take from the forum back to our areas of social and political activism.
Seminar / Conference
16-22 September 2018 | European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary
This project aims to train youth workers and leaders that work with young people, how to encourage their respective beneficiaries to interact more by creating and sharing digital stories, online campaigns or learning about e-Activism.
Everyone has a story to tell, and those digital stories are always very powerful, since in many cases they highlight very important issues, such as violence, discrimination or a struggle to find one’s place in the society. They also break down barriers as in our experience a unifying cause or message can often overcome ethnic or society divisions.
18-22 September 2018 | Romania
SOHO aims at enhancing quality of Volunteering Activities through development of essential competences of support persons. It also provides up-to-date information on the new EU initiative European Solidarity Corps to support volunteering for young people.
The SOHO training course is designed for those who are directly involved in the support system around the Volunteering Activities (formlery called EVS) – e.g. mentors and task-related support persons – on the hosting, sending and coordinating side. The support people play a crucial role in providing conditions for a quality voluntary service and creating opportunities for volunteer’s learning in Volunteering Activities.
Seminar / Conference
18-20 June 2018 | Tallinn, Estonia
This seminar is for youth workers, policy makers, developers and initiators of eParticipation processes interested in exploring youth eParticipation and gaining skills and knowledge for setting up successful digital youth participation processes.
The Post-Conflict Research Center is dedicated to restoring a culture of peace and preventing violent conflict in the Western Balkans by creating, implementing and supporting unconventional and innovative approaches to peace education, post-conflict research, human rights and transitional justice.
Check out photos from round table and promotion of the qualitative study “Process of reconciliation in the Western Balkans and Turkey” as a part of the campaign “Embracing damage” which Omladinski resursni centar Tuzla – ORC Tuzla is implementing in Bosnia and Herzegovina, all within the project Divided Past- Joint Future.
Leader of the project is OKC Banjaluka and project is supported by European Union – EU.
Association “PRAVNIK” and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung-Rule of Law Program South East Europe are proud to announce the application process for the
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL SARAJEVO 2018
“The Role of Transitional Justice In Rebuilding Human Rights and Rule of Law in Post-conflict Societies”
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