Born and raised in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kerim Hodžić currently studies marketing management at the School of Economics and Business Sarajevo. As a member of NGOs such as the Youth Initiative for Human Rights (Bosnia) which strives to heal post-conflict societies through intentional and inclusive dialogue, Kerim seeks to address and raise awareness about human rights inequalities through innovative and creative ways. Kerim organized a project known as “Paint your Culture” where he hosted workshops on human rights and utilized street art to encourage expression. In his spare time, Kerim paints and volunteers in local humanitarian non-profit organisations. After obtaining his Bachelor’s degree, Kerim plans to pursue an MSc in product design and marketing management.
Updated May 2020
More from Kerim Hodžić
John Lewis Fellows Final Presentations 2020
In 2020, Fellows of the Humanity in Action John Lewis Fellowship prepared final presentations on their experiences and learnings from the four-week program.
Premijerno prikazan film 'Šta se krije iza maske?'
Premijerno prikazan informativni film o porodičnom i partnerskom nasilju u vrijeme izolacije uzrokovane Covid-19 pandemijom 'Šta se krije iza maske?' u Drugoj gimnaziji Sarajevo.
Humanity in Action Bosnia and Herzegovina Announces the 2020 Bosnian Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 6 Fellows from Bosnia and Herzegovina were selected to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.
Raising awareness of domestic violence against women by creating a mural and using the universality of art as a tool to convey messages of support to victims
The Paths of the Future
'The Paths of the Future,' was a five-day event that included lectures, discussions, workshops, and a film viewing, covering various topic regarding the position of Roma people, their language, and culture, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.