Open call for 4 participants for project ” We Are All Humans”

9 dec
Rok prijave 15.12.2022

  • Name of the project: ”We are all humans’
  • Date of Project: 09.01.2023. – 12.01.2023.
  • Hosting Organization: ”BRAVO”
  • Place: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Participants age: 18 – 24
  • The number of participants: 4
  • Working language: English
  • Deadline for applying: 15.12.2022. 


The call is open to select 4 youngsters (18-24 old) coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina,


The selection is based on a policy of equal opportunities and does not discriminate on any ground, with due regard to an appropriate balance of nationality and gender.

Participants are required to:

  • be between 18 and 24 years old
  • be resident of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • be able to speak English
  • be interested in participating an intercultural and international project

All participants should be interested in project topics and their full motivation to participate in all activities will be expected.


The project is dedicated to young European citizens interested in sharing knowledge and perspectives about actual key themes relevant for their future, as well as for the European Unions’ future:


  •  civil and human rights
  • migration
  • environment
  • youth employability

The project will gather 30 youngsters (18-24 years old) from different EU Countries (Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Portugal, and Cyprus) according to their orientation towards EU policies related to the selected themes (Euro sceptics and Euro supporters).

Starting from knowing EU history and values, EU bodies and their functioning, participants will develop critical thinking on sensitive matters, debating and exchanging their thoughts with peers from other EU Countries, for finally developing a document containing all their ideas and recommendation to be presented in Brussels to the EU policy makers during the last event.

Link for more information. 

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