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Bridging the generation gap
Comment & analysis

Bridging the generation gap

Marginalisation and exclusion of young people in conflict-affected states risks creating a new generation of adults who lack experience of civic engagement and the skills to participate in political processes says Ben Stevenson.

1 May 2012
Leaving the past behind
Reports & briefings

Leaving the past behind

Young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) are willing to question prejudices prevalent in wider society and are eager to break with the past.

29 March 2012
Bosnia
Reports & briefings

Bosnia

This briefing looks at young people's perspectives of peace and security in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).

5 March 2012
The Western Balkans
Reports & briefings

The Western Balkans

Unresolved border issues and poor management of borders are creating insecurity for local people throughout the Western Balkans.

11 November 2011
Drawing boundaries in the Western Balkans
Publication

Drawing boundaries in the Western Balkans

The borders of some countries in the Western Balkans remain disputed and unresolved, posing a threat to regional peace and stability and creating an obstacle to European Intergration.

31 October 2011
The missing peace
News & events

The missing peace

The need for a long term strategy in Bosnia

15 September 2010
The missing peace
Reports & briefings

The missing peace

Fifteen years after a cruel and devastating war, where is Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) heading? Towards long-term stability and peace, or towards violence and further disintegration? Is what we are witnessing today simply a painful and slow post-conflict recovery, or should we be alarmed at the lack of progress and the nature of BiH’s continued discontent?

20 August 2010
Promoting community-based policing in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Case study

Promoting community-based policing in Bosnia and Herzegovina

As a frontline during the Bosnian war in the early 1990s, the southern city of Mostar has stood as a vivid symbol for ethnic division. Saferworld devised two community-based policing projects to tackle localised security concerns and allow communities a say in their security provision.

30 June 2010