Posted on 03. December 2013 by Doris Manu, Marta Remacha Recio, Adnan Rahimić Imagine twelve people standing on a line. All of them have been asked “how attractive is it to be a politician in your country” and they are answering by their placement on the line: right side means completely attractive, left side means absolutely unappealing. … Continue reading How attractive is it to be a politician?
31. July 2013 https://vimeo.com/71541206 “Why are citizens of the Balkans considered to be citizens of Europe?” was the topic of a panel discussion in Sarajevo on 22 July 2013. The event under the patronage of Željko Komšić, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, aimed at developing a quality discussion among young people on … Continue reading Grand finale of Plan Balkans: Europolitan
27. May 2013 After receiving a large number of entries, we are very pleased to announce that we have selected two winning authors: one for the essay and one for the photo competition. The two winners will have the opportunity to participate in the International Summer School in Sarajevo organized by the Association “PRAVNIK” together … Continue reading Plan Balkans: Europolitan announces competition winners
For many years now, citizens from the Western Balkans have been confronted with all sorts of politics and policies involving the European Union: achieving candidate status, starting negotiations, fulfilling criteria, becoming a full member...Why don't we take a moment, change the perspective, and look at things from a different angle - from the angle of … Continue reading Essay/Photo Competition: Plan Balkans: Europolitan!
30. April 2013 Four FutureLab Europe Participants have started their group project tackling the issue of Active citizenship and the quest for democratic legitimacy in the Western Balkans. You can take part in their essay and photo competition as well as their survey on the role of the young generation in the Western Balkans. According … Continue reading Plan Balkans: Europolitan!