(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
I have a background in international economics. I am based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, but am originally from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. I completed my studies in Zagreb, Croatia. I am currently on my Fulbright research grant at the Department of Economics and Department of Educational Reform at the University of Arkansas. My main interests are education, educational policy and education reform.
Why I joined FutureLab Europe? Thanks to FutureLab Europe I was able to meet a great group of young Europeans, with whom I could discuss European integration and the European project in general. FutureLab Europe is a great programme that gives a platform to young people through panel discussions, conferences and gives them the opportunity to express their views through their writing for the FutureLab Europe blog.
Why do I think that Europe needs active citizens? I believe Europe needs active citizens because the European project faces very big challenges and the younger generation needs to take a more active role in saving the ideas of peace-building and cooperation, on which the EU was primarily formed.
Twitter account: @hatidza_jahic
Hatidza joined FutureLab Europe in 2015. Since then, she has been involved in the following activities:
- We don’t need no education – Bosnia and Herzegovina’s higher education reform
- The Western Balkans Summit in Trieste – Are the Balkans stuck in the EU’s waiting room post-Brexit?
- Bosnia and Herzegovina – Between its ‘historical’ application for EU membership and its ‘traditional’ corruption scandals
- ‘Stuck’ in Dayton for twenty years?
- FutureLab Europe’s fifth generation discussed democratic participation with MEP Sven Giegold and DG EAC Director Antonio Silva Mendes
- What should be done to foster multi-ethnic societies? Policy recommendations from FutureLab Europe
- FutureLab Europe welcomed 24 new participants to its 2015 Annual Forum in Brussels
- FutureLab Europe welcomes its 5th generation