Divided Past – Joint Future project will try to find solutions for challenges such as post-conflict donators leaving countries, fragmentation of civil society, refusals of transitional justice’ projects, and lack of grass-root organization which are main actors and promoters of bottom – up approach in the implementation of reconciliation policy, in order to make civil society solidary regarding this policy area as well as to trigger some additional (re)thinking about the challenges we are facing for a years. This activity – desk research on different sustainable reconciliation models and independent financial support mechanisms/social innovations in P&R will be something new in the current policy foundation related to peace and reconciliation in the region of WB and Turkey.
R.A.I.S.E. (Raising the Advantages of Youth through Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship) is a project implemented by Beyond Barriers Association in collaboration with partners from WB and EU, with the financial support of Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme, under KA2 -Capacity Building of Youth
Workers under the Western Balkans Window. The consortium of the project was composed of: MKC Bitola from FYRoM, C.E.T Platform from Serbia, OKC Banja Luka from Bosnia and Herzegovina, LENS from Kosovo*, LDA Sisak from Croatia and CIA from Greece.