This project aims to increase high school students’ awareness of and knowledge about local government by providing them with online educational resources to be used in-class and eventually incorporating the material into high school Democracy textbooks.
The project beneficiaries will include dozens of high school students in six municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Doboj – East, Donji Vakuf, Kakanj, Novo Sarajevo, Tuzla, Vellika Kladuša) that have the course Democracy as a part of their curriculum. The six municipalities were selected heuristically, since the six project participants are from the aforementioned municipalities. In order to ensure the widest possible segment of the high school population benefits, the project will be implemented for all students taking the course Democracy in those seven municipalities. Furthermore, due to the multiplicative nature of the project, other students throughout the country taking the course Democracy and those that will take the course Democracy later will have the opportunity to benefit from the project outputs.
Education: Melika is a 2nd year MA student of international relations and diplomacy at the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Sarajevo.
Education: Rešid is currently studying “South-Eastern European Studies” at the University of Belgrade and Graz, after completing BA studies in the field of political science and international relations from Istanbul University with honors.
Education: Amer is a 2nd year MA student of EU integrations at the Department of International Relations and European Studies at International Burch University, where he also obtained his BA degree.
Education: Sanel is a recent graduate of mechanical engineering and works in the field, as a consultant for primarily foreign companies.
Education: Almedina is a 4th year undergraduate student of English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Tuzla.
Education: Emina is a 4th year BA student of English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Tuzla. She is currently a part of the Erasmus+ Mobility Programme in Spain where she is finishing her studies at the University of Granada.