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Analize položaja mladih u BiH (svi nivoi)

GTZ USM -- strategija prema mladima, analiza, lokalni nivo BiH

Ovaj izvještaj odražava hiljade glasova mladih iz Bosne i Hercegovine. Oni govore o svojim životima, iznose zabrinutost u vezi s njihovim obrazovanjem, zapošljavanjem, socijalnom zaštitom i životnim standardom. Oni također iznose svoje poglede o tome kako zamišljaju svoju budućnost. Naša je odgovornost da ih saslušamo.

Na putu ka politici prema mladima FBiH : analiza stanja i potrebe mladih u Federaciji Bosne i Hercegovine 2013. /
[autori Šeherzada Halimić, Kemal Koštrebić, Nejra Neimarlija].
Sarajevo : Institut za razvoj mladih Kult, 2013. - 125 str. : graf. prikazi ; 30 cm

ISBN 978-9958-1946-4-1

Towards a youth policy in FBiH : survey on the position and needs of youth in the Federation of BiH in 2013 / [authors Šeherzada
Halimić, Kemal Koštrebić, Nejra Neimarlija] ; [translated by Amar Hadžidedić, Tamara Butigan]. - Sarajevo : Institut za razvoj mladih
Kult, 2014 - 125 pages

ISBN 978-9958-1946-7-2

 

Thousands of youth voices from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) are echoed in this report. They speak about their lives, they raise concerns about their education, employment, social protection and living standards and they share their perspectives about what they see as their future. It is our responsibility to listen to them.

Analysis of the Position of Young People and the Youth Sector in BiH -- 2008. -- GTZ

The Analysis of the Position of Young People and the Youth Sector in BiH was
compiled through partnership cooperation between the Commission for the
Coordination of Youth Issues at the Council of Ministers of BiH, the Ministry of Civil
Affairs of BiH and the Project for Support and Development of Youth Structures in
BiH of the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ). Following the adoption of
research guidelines, the Commission members actively participated in the making
of the study. This study is the first phase of drafting of the BiH Youth Policy 2009-
2013.

Experience with youth development projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Over recent years, a wide range of activities by and for youths and young adults has been developed in the two entities comprising Bosnia and Herzegovina which can make a lasting contribution to peacebuilding. They include projects aimed at empowerment, improving life chances and developing peace skills, supporting young people‘s self-organisation, and establishing related youth networks. Almost all of them work under extremely difficult conditions. Youth projects run by independent groups still receive negligible support from the state‘s official youth, cultural and education policy and often rely on financial support from foreign donors. Responding to this situation, a funding programme to support youth projects run by local actors in Bosnia and Herzegovina was launched. It was managed by GTZ with advice from the Berghof Research Center and was financed from the Federal Foreign Office‘s Peacebuilding Measures [FEM] budget line during the period 2000-2002.
During the funding period, the funded projects were generally able to establish themselves more effectively in the local context. Some of them also incorporated new strategies into their work and/or developed future-oriented concepts. The priorities and strategies pursued by the local implementing agencies varied widely: some offered young people opportunities for transnational or in-terethnic encounter, while others focussed on empowerment and fostering individual peace skills. A few were involved in employment- and community-oriented youth work and offered vocational training opportunities.
The experiences show that „inter-“ or „multiethnic cooperation“ is too inflexible as a funding criterion. It should therefore be reviewed and modified as a matter of urgency. Inflexible funding criteria can result in NGOs being over-stretched or motivated to pursue inappropriate strategies. The experience gained by the organisations participating in the funding programme shows that interethnic cooperation in post-war societies can generally only be achieved through longer-term processes of trust- and confidence-building. This may sometimes require multitiered strategies that initially concentrate on working with members of one specific ethnic or political group over a period of time, in order to foster their basic willingness to cooperate with other groups. In strongly divided communities, approaches based on empowerment and developing individual peace skills can make a more significant con-tribution to peacebuilding than „cooperation for cooperation‘s sake“. The strategy pursued by the funded projects – to boost young people‘s self-esteem and encourage them to articulate their ideas and needs – proved to be viable in this context.

Key challenges for youth work

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