BRAVO BiH

Hello little buzzing bees! Have you ever heard about finswimming? No? Well, today's your lucky day! With BRAVO, we're implementing a project that promotes finswimming in BiH, a relatively new sport in the Balkans, and we want to share with you 7 reasons why you should stay tune with us!

Even though fin swimming still hasn’t become a widely recognized sport in BiH, it is surely growing its impact and popularity by stealing hearts of many. It is slowly finding its place, attracting people with its mix of fitness and underwater exploration. The Erasmus+ project "Mermaids for Inclusion" plays an important role in promoting the sport of fin swimming.

From April 19th - April 21st, 2024, the project consortium for the “Mermaids for Inclusion” project met in Pristina, Kosovo for the Second Midterm Transnational Project Meeting. BRAVO members Ezana Ćeman and Yllka Totaj were joined by their partners from Finswimming Team “KOMET” from Croatia, AKADIMOS KEK from Greece, and hosted by Swim Club “OTRILA” from Kosovo.

BRAVO recognizes the importance of empowering women and thus, we always try to incorporate such positive practices into our daily work. Therefore, we are thrilled to announce the start of one beautiful story that will begin to be written through the Erasmus+ project ‘’Women4Sports’’. You probably didn’t know that women in sports in the Western Balkans generally earn less than men.

U cilju ostvarivanja što boljih rezultata našeg projekta, veliki akcenat je stavljen na istraživanje područija sporta za djecu. Konkretno, u kojim dječijim grupama postoji diskriminacija i manjak inkluzivnosti. Sve podatke prikupljene iz Bosne i Herzegovine, Srbije, Crne Gore I Bugarske (naših partnerskih država) bit će uvršten u naučni rad. Naše istraživanje se zasniva na anketama koje će da popunajvaju treneri, nastavnici, članovi sportskih klubova

Sa velikim uzbuđenjem i ponosom objavljujemo otvaranje konkursa za dodjelu 10 stipendija mladim ljudima iz Bosne i Hercegovine. Ovaj poziv dolazi u sklopu projekta #Connectowns2U” koji ima za cilj proslavu i obilježavanje 40 godina od održavanja Zimskih Olimpijskih Igara 1984. u Sarajevu. Stipendije su namijenjene motiviranim i angažovanim mladima koji žele doprinijeti ovom značajnom događaju.

From August 26 to 28, an impactful event took place as BRAVO proudly hosted a mid-term meeting for the "Mermaids for Inclusion" project. This project aims to create a stronger sense of inclusion and unity within societies. Leveraging the power of sports, particularly in the form of finswimming, the project aims to provide a healthy and supportive environment for socially

If you are active in the youth field in the Western Balkans or interested in cooperating with the region and have questions about the Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, how to get involved and what is the role of SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre, then we urge you to register and take part in these informative online sessions!

We are delighted to share that we had a chance to attend a Kick-off meeting of the project “Mermaids for Inclusion” in Veria, Greece on January 14th. BRAVO Director, Ismail Sehic and Amra Arapovic, as swimming coach from Sarajevo-based swimming club “Speed”.

Koliko puta ste čuli za riječ ERASMUS+, a niste sigurni šta to sve podrazumijeva? Ovo je prilika da saznate šta je to zapravo Erasmus+ te kako da iskoristite svoje vještine da bi ste napravili novi korak koji bi vam donio mnogo pogodnosti.

The project ''EU on the Move'' gathered 5 European countries including BiH, Croatia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Portugal. All of the partnering countries were eager to make a change and create more opportunities that would gradually improve the quality of young people's lives.

At 30. 11. till 3. 12. 2022. our members have participated in the final meeting of the project SONKEI – Respect in sport, respect in life in Sakarya, Turkey. The main aim of the project SONKEI was the prevention of violence in sports and intolerance through education and promotion of the values of respect, courage, gender equality, inclusion, and non-violence

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