EYP Bosnia and Herzegovina

EYP Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was established in 2013. In 2015 it managed to include 1117 young people from 12 cities and places in BiH in 26 projects. In 2016 , EYP BiH included 1417 young people from various parts of the country. EYP BiH has around 100 members in its main office in Sarajevo and 4 regional offices in Banjaluka, Mostar, Tuzla and Zenica.

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ATTENTION! The European Youth Parliament Regional Office in Zenica is looking for new members! We're looking forward to your applications!

Apply here: https://goo.gl/51q24h

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The last Understanding Europe crash course of 2017 was held in Druga gimnazija, Sarajevo on the 28th of December 2017. The crash course was headed by our lovely UE project coordinator for Sarajevo, Isak Panjeta and held by Arman Mulić and Matija Popović.
The second and third grade students of Druga gimnazija had a wonderful time as trainees, while Hana Rizvo, the journalist, documented everything.
We would like to hereby thank Druga gimnazija for providing the venue and Vitinka for providing the crash course participants with refreshments.

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Introducing the wonderful team that is in charge of the 2018 EYP Bosnia and Herzegovina Academy!

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To everyone celebrating, happy Orthodox Christmas!

Mir Božji, Hristos se rodi!

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Happy New Year!

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Have a fantastic holiday season, everyone!

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The call for delegates for the University Forum Banja Luka 2017 is officially open!

Poziv za delegate za Univerzitetski forum Banja Luka 2017 je zvanično otvoren!

Apply here: https://goo.gl/Zx8z8j

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Venues of Basana 2018

One of the more important parts of each National Session is where it is held. So, let us present our venues, the first one during the Officials Training and the second one for Teambuilding. 

Castle Vranduk (on the left) was built in the 14th century and is located around 14 kilometers from Zenica. Its name means "to defend" and some even call it the "Gate of Bosnia" due to its position on the river Bosnia. It used as a seat for some Bosnian kings. 

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