How much does Bosnia and Herzegovina lose with youth emigration?

Home/Events/How much does Bosnia and Herzegovina lose with youth emigration?

How much does Bosnia and Herzegovina lose with youth emigration?

June 09th, 2020

If the trend of youth emigration continues at its current pace, Bosnia and Herzegovina is looking at a future stripped of its biggest potential, young people. WFD BiH has prepared the first study to respond to this question: what are the actual costs of youth emigration from Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Friday 12 June 2020
11:00 CET, 10:00 BST
Zoom event in Bosnian language

Speakers:

  • HMA Matt Field: UK Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Nermina Voloder – introductory remarks
  • Nenad Jevtovic: the author of the study, Institute for Development and Innovation
  • Jasminko Halilovic: War Childhood Museum – Director, 30 under 30 Forbes List
  • Dr Ivana Zečević: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Banja Luka, Professor
  • Alida Vračić: Institute for Human Sciences, Visiting Fellow

To register your interest , drop an email to azra.dizdar@wfd.org by 17:00 CET, Thursday June 12, 2020.


Image: Marco López on Unsplash

Related Posts

23 July 2020: Gender-Sensitive Post-Legislative Scrutiny with PLS and gender experts

Legislation intervenes in the life of all but does not impact everyone in the same way. Women, men, and non-binary people, the young and the old, persons with and without disabilities, people of distinct race and ethnic origin are all affected differently, because of their different needs and situations and because of existing structural inequalities […]

10 September 2020: IALS/WFD Digital Conference: Are emergency measures in response to COVID-19 a threat to democracy? Fact and Fiction

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, over 100 countries have passed emergency laws or declared states of emergency. The restrictive measures have been accompanied by a worrying narrative about the negative impact of these measures on democratic processes and human rights. The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) and Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) […]