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University Students Discuss Early Signs, Prevention of Radicalization

Students from universities in Bosnia attended a one-day workshop in Sarajevo, organised by the Regional Cooperation Council at the Faculty for Criminology and Security Studies, to discuss the early signs of radicalization in their local communities, radicalization narratives, abuse of freedom of expression to instigate hatred and intolerance as well as the channels most frequently used for such activities. Continue reading University Students Discuss Early Signs, Prevention of Radicalization

Activists Raise Money for Book on Important Bosnian Women

Three Bosnian women’s rights activist are starting a crowdfunding campaign to publish a book on Bosnian women who left mark on the country’s history. The book will crown a social media campaign from early 2018, which promoted Bosnia’s historic female figures that were largely ignored in a patriarchal society. Continue reading Activists Raise Money for Book on Important Bosnian Women

Ensuring a Smooth Transition for a Sustainable Response to HIV and Tuberculosis in Bosnia

International funding from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is ending this year. Bosnia can remain a country with the lowest HIV rate in Europe and sustained reduction of tuberculosis levels only if full implementation of transition from international funding towards sustainable domestically-owned HIV and TB responses is ensured. Continue reading Ensuring a Smooth Transition for a Sustainable Response to HIV and Tuberculosis in Bosnia

Bosnian Croats Mark the Anniversary of Wartime Statelet

Bosnian Croat politicians marked the 25th anniversary of the establishment of a breakaway statelet in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war. The anniversary was marked with a ceremony in Mostar, the designated capital of the Bosnian Croat republic that was dissolved in 1996. Continue reading Bosnian Croats Mark the Anniversary of Wartime Statelet