BRAVO BiH

KA2 & CBY

Refugee/Migrant Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina

A drastic rise in the number of migrants and refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina occurred in 2018.
and continued gradually since then. In that year alone, out of the total number of incomers, 175 of
them were unaccompanied children or children separated from parents/guardians (OSCE
evaluation).

GEMIN – JOB SHADOWING in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

As a part of Gemini project participants from Hungary, Albania, Slovenia, Montenegro, Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina visited quite a few places in Sarajevo where they got to gain an in-depth insight with the situation in BiH regarding social empowerment of women and women entrepreneurship.

Open Call for 2 Participants for “DigiYouth Camp’’ in Istanbul, Turkiye

 Name of the project: “DigiYouth Camp’’  Date of Project: 8-12 November  Sending Organization: ”BRAVO”  Place: Istanbul, Turkey  Participants aged: 18+  The number of participants: 2  Working language: English  Deadline for applying: 15.10.2022. This project is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus Program. This publication reflects the view only of the author,…

Selection results for Week of Social game in Budapest,Hungary

The main aim of the project GEMINI is to promote the social entrepreneurship and digital innovation of young women. In general, women are under-represented at the highest levels of organizations, receiving lower pay and fewer promotions than men. Women face both “glass ceiling” and “sticky floor” problems -whereas the glass ceiling is an obstacle for highly educated women, the sticky floor is a problem for less-educated women.

A case of human trafficking in BiH

Every year, two to four million people are traded in the world, while annual revenue from human trafficking is between 7 and 13 billion dollars. Accordingly, human trafficking and illegal migration generate profits as well as drug trafficking.

Open call for 5 participants for Youth Exchange in Budapest, Hungary

The main aim of the project GEMINI is to promote the social entrepreneurship and digital innovation of young women. In general, women are under-represented at the highest levels of organizations, receiving lower pay and fewer promotions than men. Women face both “glass ceiling” and “sticky floor” problems -whereas the glass ceiling is an obstacle for highly educated women, the sticky floor is a problem for less-educated women.

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