BRAVO BiH

AHEAD

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. Project promotes inclusion, tolerance, mutual and multicultural understanding, and fight Roma, Ethnic minorities and migrants’ discrimination in Europe by an innovative approach that combine researches, training (national and international) on antidiscrimination and on hate speech, round tables, seminars, exchange of good practices, meetings between different representatives, stakeholders, CSOs and youths associations, and a massive dissemination campaign. Project aims to contribute to strengthen the capacity building of young victims (part of minorities) and the protection of youngsters belonging to minorities supporting them in capacity building and structured new mechanisms in public consultations in partner’s country (replicable all over Europe) on the issue of non-discrimination and fighting every form of hate speech against ethnic minorities, Roma and migrants.

AHEAD’s aim is to tackle hate speech (also online) and to combat discriminations that target minorities in 5 areas of civil rights: education, labor, housing, health, goods and services, through specific training offered to 200 participants and through an new approach that combines quantitative research, public meetings with stakeholders and awareness raising campaign. After providing expertise, building competences, advocating and raising awareness among youth people, partners will support the mobilization of young victims and will focus on Capacity building actions for youth, in order to involve youngsters in decision making and into new structured automatic mechanisms to empower their active participation on hate speech and antidiscrimination.
Empowering Marginalized Communities: A Report on the AHEAD Project Workshop in Bihać

Empowering Marginalized Communities: A Report on the AHEAD Project Workshop in Bihać

On February 20th, a pivotal workshop unfolded in Bihać, focusing on the protection of the rights of marginalized groups. Held at the dynamic Start-Up Studio, this event was a significant milestone within the AHEAD project—an initiative committed to fostering inclusivity and advocating for the rights of those often pushed to the fringes of society.

26/02/2024
Fostering empathy and inspiring change: AHEAD local meeting with public authorities in Zenica

Fostering empathy and inspiring change: AHEAD local meeting with public authorities in Zenica

Unfortunately, we live in a world where equality is just a concept as many people face discrimination and prejudice daily. The goal of the local meeting in Zenica was exactly that, to educate young people about ways they can contribute to marginalized groups and thus, build a more inclusive, accepting society. Through this event, young people had an amazing chance to learn about different forms of discrimination and the urgency of promoting equality in all aspects of our society.

20/02/2024
Project AHEAD – Radionica u Bihaću

Project AHEAD – Radionica u Bihaću

BRAVO dolazi u Bihać! Iskoristi ovu odličnu priliku da nam se pridružiš u Bihaću gdje ćemo zajedno učiti o poziciji i pravima marginaliziranih skupina. Upravo ova radionica se implementira u sklopu Erasmus+ projekta ‘’AHEAD’’ koji nastoji potaknuti mlade osobe na borbu protiv govora mržnje, netolerancije i drugih oblika diskriminacije prema marginaliziranim skupinama.

14/02/2024
AHEAD Public Debates in Zenica

AHEAD Public Debates in Zenica

Who doesn’t love a good public debate? On February 9th, we implemented AHEAD public debates at the Second Gymnasium in Zenica. Over 30 young participants engaged in debates covering the topic of the position of marginalized groups.

12/02/2024
AHEAD događaj u Zenici – Priduži nam se da zajedno učimo o izazovima i pravima marginaliziranih skupina

AHEAD događaj u Zenici – Priduži nam se da zajedno učimo o izazovima i pravima marginaliziranih skupina

U sklopu Erasmus+ projekta ‘’AHEAD’’, BRAVO je odlučio organizovati još jedan u nizu događaja sa ciljem edukovanja mladih o problemima i položaju marginaliziranih skupina u Bosni i Hercegovini. Svjesni smo činjenice da šire narodne mase nisu u dovoljnoj mjeri informisani o izazovima marginaliziranih skupina, kako nemaju adekvatan prostor da podijele svoja iskustva. Upravo priče marginaliziranih…

05/02/2024
AHEAD local meeting with public authorities in Vitez, BiH

AHEAD local meeting with public authorities in Vitez, BiH

On January 27th, BRAVO implemented a local meeting with public authorities in Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as part of the Erasmus+ project called “AHEAD”. This event served as a perfect closing for the AHEAD project and marked the beginning of a new era as there will be more activities implemented in Vitez and surrounding areas.

27/01/2024
Project AHEAD – Final Meeting in Bari, Italy

Project AHEAD – Final Meeting in Bari, Italy

As a part of BRAVOs effort to combat hate speech targeted at vulnerable communities, the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting (TPM) for the “Against Hate speech towards Roma Community, Migrants, Ethnic minorities and Any vulnerable groups Discrimination – AHEAD” project took place on the 25th and 26th of January 2024 in the charming city of Bari, Italy. The meeting served as a pivotal moment for all partners involved,

26/01/2024
AHEAD Radionica

AHEAD Radionica

Imamo zadovoljstvo pozvati vas na Erasmus+ radionicu “AHEAD”, koja će se održati u gradu Vitezu. Ova radionica predstavlja izuzetnu priliku za mlade ljude iz Bosne i Hercegovine da se aktivno uključe u promicanje ljudskih prava, suoče s različitim oblicima diskriminacije te doprinesu stvaranju društva koje teži jednakosti. Svjesni smo da nažalost, živimo u svijetu u kojemu je jednakost shvaćena samo kao pojam, te smo svakodnevno izloženi nekoj vrsti diskriminacije.

15/01/2024
AHEAD Local Workshop

AHEAD Local Workshop

AHEAD local workshop was held on in 18th of November in Zenica and it gathered over 20 young people who were eager to learn more about the position of marginalized groups and the ways they can contribute to solving such problems. The local workshop promoted inclusion, tolerance, and multicultural understanding among participants. It had an innovative approach as it encouraged participants to think outside the box and leave their comfort zone.

22/11/2023
In the Shoes of Roma Students AHEAD and BRAVOs Empowering Journey Against Discrimination

In the Shoes of Roma Students AHEAD and BRAVOs Empowering Journey Against Discrimination

The AHEAD project, is a beacon of hope for Roma students, striving to eradicate discrimination and promote inclusive education. Through insightful interviews with Elvira Softić, a dedicated graduate in German language and literature, we gain a glimpse into the challenges faced by Roma students in higher education and the transformative power of initiatives like AHEAD organized by BRAVO.

14/11/2023
AHEAD on JOBFAIR in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

AHEAD on JOBFAIR in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The AHEAD project, a human rights and discrimination-fighting effort, recently held a transformative workshop as part of a job fair. This event, which was specifically directed at the Roma population and ethnic minorities, attempted to address the pervasive concerns of injustice and discrimination that these populations frequently encounter.

12/11/2023
The Vital Role of NGOs in Supporting Immigrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Vital Role of NGOs in Supporting Immigrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country nestled in the heart of the Balkans, has witnessed a significant influx of immigrants in recent years. These newcomers face numerous challenges as they seek refuge and hope for a better life. Now we will explore the pivotal role that Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) play in providing essential support and assistance to immigrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

11/11/2023
Poziv na Erasmus+ radionicu u Zenici

Poziv na Erasmus+ radionicu u Zenici

Ukoliko si mlada osoba iz Zenice, onda te pozivamo da nam se pridružiš na Erasmus+ radionici koja će se održati 18.11. Učešćem na ovoj radionici, naučit ćeš više o ljudskim pravima, različitim formama diskriminacije i efikasnim načinima promicanja jednakosti u svim aspektima našeg društva. Nažalost, živimo u svijetu gdje je jednakost samo pojam, kako se mnogi ljudi na dnevnoj bazi sureću sa diskriminacijom i predrasudama.

06/11/2023
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE – “AHEAD”

INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE – “AHEAD”

On the 15th of October, the participants were formally introduced to the project, as well as the comprehensive agenda that would guide the proceedings throughout the duration of the training course. During this course, innovative and engaging methods were employed to delve into the intricate realm of human rights.

29/10/2023
Open Call for 60 Participants for AHEAD Local Training – Extended Call

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.

20/09/2023
Local Workshop in Tuzla – AHEAD

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.

18/09/2023
Anti – Roma narrative and its connection to mental health

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.

31/08/2023
The ”AHEAD” event was implemented in Bihać, BiH

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.

28/08/2023
Remembering the Genocide of European Roma

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.

23/08/2023
The Detrimental Impact of Hate Speech on Generation Z – AHEAD

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

09/08/2023
Promoting Equality and Respect: Preventing Discrimination and Hate Speech

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.

06/08/2023
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