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re:Generation project, , Bosnia and Herzegovina 2017-2018

Type of project Youth focused
Timeframe 2017 - 2018
Scheduled status Completed
Areas of intervention Security: Extremism & Radicalisation
Locations Bosnia and Herzegovina
Donors U.S. Agency for International Development

U.S. Agency for International Development

Angel Kanchev 23A
20523-1000 Washington, D.C.
United States




The project had two main objectives: to foster cross-community discussions on ethno-religious divides; and to empower youth activists to organize and conduct community-focused advocacy campaigns.
Key Activities
Organizing a two-day Youth Advocacy Summit in Sarajevo (in the initial phase of the project) Making a documentary film that explores different ethnic narratives and promotes reconciliation Providing grants for 10 teams from Youth Advocacy Summit to implement community-based reconciliation projects
Target groups
Youth Advocacy Summit: 149 young students, professionals, activists, and political party members and 40 expert trainers, political party leaders, government officials, civil society, filmmakers and actors with experience in reconciliation initiatives
Documentary: youth, general public in the Balkans, New York and Washington DC (U.S. tour)
Several screenings as a part of the Balkan and U.S. tours. The U.S. tour had two screenings: at the United Nations (120 guests) and in Washington D.C. (60 guests). Other than Sarajevo screening (200+ guests), the documentary was also shown in 13 municipalities and towns across BiH.

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Project budget

Currency: USD

Total 104.952.000,00
U.S. Agency for International Development 1049520.00


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