Students from the Department of International Relations and European Studies attended the Freja Forum, which was held from 6th to 8th of November in Pristina, Kosovo.
Freja Forum is a platform for networking and cooperation among CSOs from the Western Balkans, Turkey and the European Union, and this time main discussions were about issues of equal opportunities, democracy and open society.
BURCH students have responded to the invitation of the Center to support organizations from Tuzla, which coordinates this project at the national level. Forum with its international significance is implemented by partners from the region, who are gathered around the Freja Forum.
As a representative of BURCH University in the panel discussion, president of the Student Parliament Kemal Nedžibović, spoke on the topic of “Aspects of the Youth Situation in Balkan Countries” but also active participation at the Forum took Edin Bajramović, Amer Kurtović, Amar Suljević and Omer Džudžević.
“In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the everyday life is demotivating, where we are witnessing a growing number of young people who are leaving our country, so it is motivating and encouraging that we saw students from BURCH actively participating at the Forum, very soon it can be expected from them to take key positions in the governing structures and in decision-making processes. " highlighted CSO.