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“Youth With No Barriers ” project of the European Union in BiH, which was implemented in four cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, came to end today in Sarajevo. During the events in Ljubuški, Kakanj, Ugljevik and Prnjavor, which brought together young people from these and neighbouring municipalities and cities, an effort was made to discuss EU integration and values through panel discussions, art workshops and performances, but also to connect young people from these areas in joint activities.
Project participants from Banja Luka, Prnjavor, Tuzla, Ugljevik, Mostar, Ljubuški, Sarajevo and East Sarajevo gathered today in Sarajevo and enjoyed the final event, together with representatives of partner organizations that participated in the project.
The aim of the project was to involve and educate young people through cultural workshops that examine different art forms. The workshops were led by experienced professionals and included street art, painting, music and theatre. Special focus was placed on the importance of youth activism in strengthening democracy and initiating positive social transformation. This project was an excellent opportunity for young people to spend a day in a different way and to get acquainted with a new art form for them, as well as to meet young people from other places. The final event in Sarajevo highlighted the achievements of the young people who participated in the project and showed their skills in music, flashmob and stand up.
With this project, the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to support initiatives that contribute to connecting young people and youth activism. “Youth With No Barriers ” is implemented with the participation of non-governmental organizations. Young people from 14 municipalities and cities participated in the project.
Source: EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo credits: EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina
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