Zagreb,June 15, 2022 On Thursday, June 9, 2022, we presented the book Shared Narratives: Supporting Reconciliation by Bridging the Gaps in Divisive Narratives created by more than 100 young people from five countries in the region (Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and Croatia) with the goal of collective critical review of existing formal and informal […]

Zagreb, June 1st, 2022 It is with great pleasure that the Youth Initiative for Human Rights invites you to the presentation of the publication Shared Narratives: Supporting Reconciliation by Bridging the Gaps in Divisive Narratives which will be held on Thursday, 9 June from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. The publication Shared Narratives: Supporting Reconciliation by […]

Youth Initiative for Human rights Croatia is inviting you to take part in Festival of opportunities for young people in CSOs – Work, learn, volunteer! Event dates: 6.4.2022. – 08.04.2022. Parallel exhibition: 06.04. – 10.04. Main Location: Student Center, Savska cesta 25 Zagreb (cinema lobby, second floor – Tree of Knowledge conference room ) […]

Stop the war in Ukraine!

— 24.02.2022.

Youth Initiative for Human Rights Regional Network, working in post-war countries in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia, having seen the effects of war and still suffering the consequences of actions such as those of the Russian Federation towards Ukraine, condemns such occurrences and deeply feel for the people in Ukraine and the […]

Hidden in the Petriceva Ulica in the center of Zagreb the “Memorijalni centar raketiranja Zagreba” (Memory Center of the Shelling of Zagreb in 1991 and 1995) is located, which is a collection of the City museum of Zagreb. The Museum is dedicated to the events of Yugoslav Air Force strike on Banski dvori and artillery attacks […]

Croatia – beautiful beaches, incredible landscape, very friendly and hospitable people – this is what lots of people in Germany think about this country or what they experienced during their summer holidays on the Adriatic coast. When I came to Zagreb I had no touristic experience – I have never been to Zagreb or Croatia […]

On the 30th May 2016 we visited the Memorial of Jasenovac. After a two-and-a-half-hour lasting trip by train from Zagreb we arrived at the train station of the village Jasenovac – in the middle of nowhere, near the Bosnian border. We didn´t have internet connection and unfortunately no idea how to find the way to […]