Our programs connect tomorrow’s human rights leaders with today’s established academics, activists, experts, decision makers, artists, and contemporary witnesses. The personal and intensive exchange and the development of independent civil society initiatives set the path to an active international alumni network.
We develop Fellowships, study trips, seminars, workshops, and conferences to promote human rights with a focus on strengthening democratic principles, pluralism and diversity, and the engagement of civil society.
We create international educational programs for young people who share an active commitment to promoting human and minority rights in their own communities around the world.
We believe life-long learning and collaborative projects are the basis of an active, international alumni network of students and young professionals who work effectively for promoting vibrant democracy and the safeguarding of human and minority rights.
Snapshots from our Programs
On the 2019 Sarajevo Fellowship
Lucy Chin shares her views on the Sarajevo Fellowship.
On the 2018 FellowshipCivic Campaign
Insights into the Civic Campaign of the 2018 Sarajevo Fellowship.
On the 2017 EDVACAY Program
Humanity in Action Bosnia & Herzegovina national director Jasmin Hasić speaks about the development of EDVACAY.