Elma Kodro is a HIA EDVACAY Fellowship alumna who, with her group, created their still active portable educational escape room project named “Kako cu? …fali ti papir” (Eng: “Escape the Bureaucracy”). It is a fun twist on teaching young people the practicalities of Bosnian bureaucracy. She graduated from Sarajevo School of Science and Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in political science, and is currently in a Master’s program at Oslo University. In her younger days, she volunteered at Red Cross Youth, working with refugee children at an asylum centre in Norway, and has been an active participant at Agenda X (youth division of Norwegian Centre Against Racism), where she was also a leader at their summer camps. Other than that, she has partaken in two Jean Monnet winter schools. In the future she hopes to contribute to the community through more fun projects, as she believes creativity to be the bridge to success.
Updated April 2021.
More from Elma Kodro
Human Rights Reality
The project gathers 5 young people coming from all parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina giving them a safe space to discuss various topics related to human rights and fundamental freedoms of citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina while being on camera.
Humanity in Action Bosnia and Herzegovina Announces the 2021 Bosnian Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, nine Fellows from Bosnia and Herzegovina were selected to join the 2021 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.