Defending Euro-Atlantic Values: Capacity Building and Resilience Enhancement through Strengthening Research and Debating Capacities of Young Professionals in Bosnia and Herzegovina
On December 17, 2021, in Sarajevo, the team of Strategic Analysis moderated the panels of Humanity in Action Bosnia and Herzegovina`s final event within the project „Defending Euro-Atlantic Values: Capacity Building and Resilience Enhancement through Strengthening Research and Debating Capacities of Young Professionals in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, supported by NATO Public Diplomacy Division.
The project aims to increase the capacity of Bosnia and Herzegovina NGOs, think tanks, state institutions, the private sector and the youth for the sake of strengthening liberal democracy and economic development by enhancing their skills in research and enriching their knowledge by discussions with experts with strong pro-Transatlantic and European values.
The event was opened by Dr. Jasmin Hasić, Executive Director of the Humanity in Action Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Jan Cingel, the Founder and CEO of Strategic Analysis moderated the panel Hybrid threats in the Western Balkans? How to cope with them? with Oliver Andonov, Professor of the Academy of the Armed Forces of North Macedonia and Filip Djuranović, Hybrid Threats Expert, Montenegro.
Ivan Iliev, Research Fellow of the Western Balkans Programme moderated the panel Building friendship among communities in BIH with Rešid Dževdetbegović and Fatima Jevrić, participants of the project.
The next panel touched upon the topic of The role of women in the security of BiH, where project participants Olja Beader, Kerim Hodžić, Adna Softić presented their findings during the project. The panel was moderated by Ivana Godulová, Chairperson, Education for Equality and Ecology – Edeqec.
Alexandra Tothova, COO and Project Manager moderated the final panel, where project participants Nikolina Sladojević, Nejla Nanić, Kerim Mašović and Lejla Mašić presented their policy paper Youth, Brain Drain and BIH. How to engage them with domestic politics?