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Humanity in Action Fellowship in Sarajevo

An annual summer Fellowship program for university students and recent graduates committed to the promotion of human and minority rights, tolerance and intercultural understanding. 

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Encouraging Democratic Values and Active Citizenship Among Youth

A training program for young activists on democracy and human rights issues, comprised of a nine day training and skills development training; individual research projects on democracy-related issues; a group project resulting in four civic campaigns; and a final debate tournament for the participants.

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Strengthening Resilience of the Youth against Radicalization in the Western Balkans

An initiative aimed at strengthening capacities for resilience of the young generation in the Western Balkans countries against radicalization and violent extremism by raising awareness of youth against radicalization through promoting shared values and social cohesion (interfaith, inter-ethnic and intercultural dialogues).

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MICC WeB (Western Balkans)

An intensive human rights and international justice program comprised of simulated court cases, trainings, workshops and discussions to foster inter-ethnic dialogue and regional cooperation.

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Historija, Istorija, Povijest – Lessons for Today

Launched in 2015 by the Anne Frank House, in cooperation with local partner organizations from Croatia (Croatian Education and Development Network for the Evolution of Communication – HERMES), Bosnia-Herzegovina (Youth Initiative for Human Rights and Humanity in Action Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbia (Open Communication – OK) and FYR Macedonia (Youth Educational Forum – MOF), to raise awareness and encourage discussion about the recent history of nationalism, exclusion, prejudice, discrimination in the region and promote debate and dialogue on our common past.

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Genocide Studies – Legal and Historical Analysis of the Holocaust in the Visegrad Countries
Project implemented in cooperation with the Faculty of Law (University of Sarajevo).  

The three-year long project focuses on multi-contextual legal comparative examination of the history of the Holocaust in the Visegrad countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland. This interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary undergraduate course, held by both local and guest lecturers, incorporates academic approaches from legal history, as well as other social sciences.

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