Author: Adin

The Association of Roma Women “Bolja Budućnost” on 8th March in Tuzla will mark the…
The Association of Roma Women “Bolja Budućnost” with street action in Tuzla on 8 th March 2021 will mark the beginning of the Campaign Month of Roma Women’s Activism under [...]
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CARE’s regional meeting started today in Sarajevo: Promotion of Roma women rights crucial in Corona…
Within the regional project “For Active Inclusion and Rights of Roma women in the Western Balkans“ and thanks to the financial support of the Austrian Development Cooperation, Care International Balkans [...]
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CARE National Director Karl-Otto Zentel: International community plus government – durable solution for the migrant situation in BiH
CARE National Director Karl-Otto Zentel visited Bosnia and Herzegovina this week where he spoke with NGO representatives in several cities. Some of the topics with the Association “Zemlja djece u [...]
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Round table in Bijeljina: CARE and ADA strongly support social entrepreneurship in Bosnia and Herzegovina 
In order to promote the benefits of social entrepreneurship for the development of the local community, Association „Otaharin“ has organized a round table “Joint Responsibility for the Community Welfare” on 15th February at [...]
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Young man on the move passed trainings in Bosnia and Herzegovina by CARE Manual for gender-transformative…
After a group of peer educators in Zvornik last year passed training for work according to the CARE’s methodology on Engaging Young Men and Boys in Emergencies derived from the Manual [...]
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The latest resource from YMI: Program that deals with youth extremism and radicalisation
The Young Men Initiative (YMI) targets youth in order to build their knowledge and attitudes concerning gender equality and healthy lifestyles, and to reduce all types of violence in school [...]
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CARE Assisting Migrants and Supporting Local Organizations: 70 Sleeping Bags and other Necessities for People…
CARE will distribute 70 sleeping bags made by Association of women „Tragom tradicije“ („Tracing Tradition“) from Gračanica to migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The sleeping bags will be distributed together [...]
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How to To Transform Educational Systems in the Balkans? – New YMI Case Study
Young Men Initiative project team has finalised the newest case study capturing the capture the core elements of different scaling up models used by local partners and CARE in different [...]
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New CARE case study capturing COVID 19 response on Young Men Initiative Project Released
The ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 has had a major influence on one of the CAREs longest project implemented in the Balkans – Young Men Initiative (YMI). The YMI targets youth [...]
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CARE International Balkans: Unconditional support to all women who have bravely decided to report sexual…
CARE International Balkans expresses  its unconditional support to all women who have bravely decided to report sexual harassment and abuse and thus point to  the  problems deeply rooted in our societies. Everyone [...]
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