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This year  “Days of interreligious  dialogue” were held in the week between December 17th  and 20, 2018. The event is organised for the third time and has gathered more than 280 people from  Sanski Most and surrounding municipalities. Traditionally, interreligious dialogue has been organized trough activity “Coffee with Interreligious council” with religious leaders of three […]

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Center for peace building implemened project where 31 professors from primary and high school had workshops on topic „Prevention of Genocide in Primary and High School.“ After workshops, center for peace building organised a competition in which students competed with literary and visual works, videos and photographs on the topic “Building Peace and Reconciliation, Tolerance […]

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International Peace Week has been annually hosted by the Center for Peacebuilding since 2010, hence this year we mark the 6th anniversary of our peace activism project. This year is no exception to the previous years’ pattern, where, for a whole week, we mobilise our local community and international friends and supporters to campaign and […]

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In 2012 CIM asked our supporters to help us fundraise through small, individual donations. We were in a critical stage of development, unable to fund even our main project, the annual Peace Camp. An opportunity arose to become a partner organisation of GlobalGiving, a platform that would allow us to access tools that would facilitate […]

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On July 7th 2015, we hosted our fifth annual Interfaith Iftar meal in Mali Park in Sanski Most. Around 500 people were in attendence, including the mayor of Sanski Most, all three local religious leaders (from the Muslim, Orthodox, and Catholic communities),  representatives from the U.S. Embassy, USAID, the visiting Global Youth Connect delegation, and […]

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To celebrate the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, we hosted a  concert with two choirs led by choirmaster Alma Karabeg, Harmonija and Melodi, in the small park in Sanski Most on the 15th of June 2015. The main Imam of Sanski Most, Husein Kovačević, opened the event with a few words about Ramadan, […]

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Tomorrow’s Peacebuilders is an annual competition organised by UK-based Peace Direct. The organisation supports local, grassroots peacebuilding efforts all around the world. In their work they are guided by local ownership principles, and try to encourage and advocate for local solutions to dealing with and preventing conflict worldwide. This year CIM entered the competition for […]

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From Saturday the 13th to Thursday the 18th of September the 5th international Peace Week was hosted by CIM in Sanski Most. With film screenings, concerts and several other activities CIM tried to raise awareness for the need of peace building in Bosnia & Herzegovina and celebrated its 10th anniversary.   Public Gatherings: Opening-ceremony, including […]

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Peace Camp is a project that has been conducted ever since the year CIM was founded. So this year we were very glad to be able to invite youth of different backgrounds from all over Bosnia again to come together and learn about peacebuilding and conflict resolution already for the 11th time. The Peace Camp […]

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On the 18th of July during the fasting month Ramadan we held our 4th Interreligious Iftar that is open to everyone no matter of what religious and ethnic background. Iftar is the daily ceremony where friends and relatives come together to break fasting after the end of the day and the start of the night. […]

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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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