All Articles about Youth
Youth, Foreignness, Reconciliation
Youth engagement and trans-generational forms of remembrance and dealing with the legacies of the past among young people in the Bihać, Cazin and Velika Kladuša areas.
What's it Like for You Over There?
Research on how does trans-locality affect the integration of young Bosnians and Herzegovinians into Western European societies.
Cards of Understanding
An interactive card game that provides an understanding of privilege and sheds light onto how different forms of discrimination occur to different groups of women.
Izronit' će Stari
This initiative will contribute to peace-building in Bosnia and Herzegovina, education about cultural heritage in BiH and to raising awareness of ethnic divisions and social constructs that come from war-impacted cultural sites in BiH.
Show Me a Story - #PokažiMiPriču
The creative team behind 'BiH in Motion' campaign continue with the active promotion of sign language, demarginalization of hearing impaired people and the promotion of tourist sites of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This time they reach out to their audience and add active participation of young people into the making of the sign language videos.
Talking About Inequality
Tess Luttikhuis and Annelie Boeren developed a short intersectional educational program and discussed the theme of inequality in Dutch society with first-year secondary school students by using an interactive game.
Transforming Apathy into Action
Senior Fellow Raphael Schoeberlein's Action Project, Transforming Apathy into Action, aimed at increasing voter participation among students in his university campus in New York city during the 2018 midterm elections.
BOLD Action: Zaposlime.ba
Coming Soon: On-line platform matching people’s skills with their desired jobs. Learn where you can acquire the skills they need to have the career you want.
Playing for Equality
At the initiative of Stamatis Psaroudakis, a local youth group in Thessaloniki combines social activism with the arts in order to convey positive messages of inclusivity and human rights to the community.
LARP (Latinx Access to Higher Education Recruitment Program)
Invites 50 out of state, low-income black and Latino middle school students in the hopes of instilling collegiate aspirations.