CIM

Center for Peacebuilding

Our way is peace

In 2019 Center for Peacebuilding implemented a project called ‘’Building local capacities for peace in Krajina’’ . This project was implemented  within the BHRI project. In June of 2019, Center for Peacebuilding organized three Peace Training events which included people from five different Bosnian cities: Bihać, Cazin, Velika Kladusa, Bosanska Krupa and Bužim, which yielded great results as the participants expressed their willingness to make progress and significant changes within Bosnian society. Peace Training events are some of the activities of the project “Building Local Capacities for Peace in the Krajina” which is being implemented within the BHRI program.

The first event was a Peace Training for teachers, which lasted from June 12th to June 14th, which included learning valuable skills and methods of working with children and parents. The teachers who were at the seminar expressed the wish for the next training to be organized for school principals and teachers from the community who weren’t present, considering how important such activities are in order for them to improve their society and their field of work.

A three-day peace training was also held for religious leaders from the five cities. They have shown their readiness for further work, cooperation, dialogue and progress within their community, and their willingness to improve the old and create new programs and content for young people in the society, as well as pointed out a great need for stronger communication and cooperation among all our citizens.

And from June 21st to June 27th, the youth from the five cities took part in CIM’s Peace Training, which was held at the organization’s “Garden of Opportunities”, where the youth had the opportunity to learn about identity, conflict resolution, peace building and reconciliation, as well as the opportunity to socialize and get acquainted with each other. The main talking points at the event that the youth had the opportunity to learn about included youth activism, changes that they want to see in their community, as well as concrete steps towards change. After completing the Peace Training, participants have the means at their disposal to implement peace initiatives to make positive changes in their communities.

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Today, the Center for Peacebuilding (CIM) stands on the former frontlines of the war, acting as a bridge between a past that few can currently discuss and a future where open dialogue can rehumanize the enemy and dispel the misinformation that acts as the seeds for hatred.

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