Open Call for 60 Participants for AHEAD Local Training – Extended Call

AHEAD project aims to promote between youngsters non–discrimination and to combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance against Roma and other Ethnic minorities (mostly migrants). Partners jointly work on innovative good practice approaches, human rights-based narratives, training, official regular meetings, and European awareness raising campaigns.

Local Workshop in Tuzla – AHEAD

On the 9th of September, a local workshop on the topic of human rights was held in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The workshop aimed to educate participants about human rights and foster interactive discussions on this crucial subject. Organized by BRAVO, the event successfully brought together a diverse group of individuals who shared a common interest in human rights advocacy.

Anti – Roma narrative and its connection to mental health

The Roma people deal with a variety of difficulties on a daily basis. They are not given the chance to communicate about their problems, particularly those that relate to their mental health, and their general health and well-being are neglected. The intense prejudice and discrimination that the Roma people experience has undoubtedly a significant impact on their mental health.

The ”AHEAD” event was implemented in Bihać, BiH

THE ”AHEAD” event took place in Bihać on the 22nd of August and it gathered over 15 young people who were eager to extend their knowledge and upgrade their skills. Unfortunately, we live in a world where equality is just a concept as many people face discrimination and prejudice on a daily basis.

Remembering the Genocide of European Roma

The Roma have endured several hardships and cruelties throughout history. Their suffering has gone unreported, and they have never truly had the chance to tell their stories. The genocide of the Roma people is often overshadowed by the Holocaust and it doesn’t get the adequate amount of attention as many people are not even familiar with it.

The Detrimental Impact of Hate Speech on Generation Z – AHEAD

In an age of widespread connectivity and digital communication, Generation Z, the demographic cohort born between the mid-1990s and early 2010s, is experiencing the profound effects of hate speech. Hate speech, which encompasses offensive language, discriminatory remarks, and derogatory comments aimed at marginalized groups, poses a significant threat to the well-being and development of this generation

Promoting Equality and Respect: Preventing Discrimination and Hate Speech

Understanding Discrimination: Discrimination by definition is unfair or unusual treatments towards a certain group of people and as such can take many forms, targeting individuals based on their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, or other characteristics. Unfortunately, discrimination can be recognized everywhere: workplace, school, social media and even streets.

Prijavi se za ”AHEAD&LEO” event u Bihaću

Ukoliko si mlada osoba iz Bihaća, onda te pozivamo da nam se pridružiš na Erasmus+ događaju koji će se održati 22.08. Naime, ova radionica će se implementirati u sklopu dva Erasmus+ projekta ”AHEAD” i ”LEO”.

BRAVO Hosts Second Transnational Meeting for AHEAD Project

BRAVO recently had the opportinty of hosting the second transnational meeting for the „Ahead“ project. The meeting, held on June 20, brought together four partner organizations dedicated to advancing the objectives of the project.

The ROMA Culture

The Roma have a rich cultural legacy that dates back centuries. The use of symbols, which serve as major expressions of their ideas, values, and traditions, is one of the most important components of their culture. These symbols can be found in a variety of forms, such as clothes, jewelry, and tattoos, and are frequently utilized to express messages of protection

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