EU for You: Turn the Lights on for Youth in BiH

The Office of the European Union Special Representative (EUSR) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has for the second year in a row launched a unique project aimed at youth, symbolically named ‘EU for You – E4U’. It engages students from across the country in talking about the EU integration process in BiH and issues that matter to them.

Within the E4U project, undergraduate students from 14 public universities/faculties from BiH, together with their academic mentors and PR experts, will develop public campaigns that illustrate their perception of socio-economic reforms, focusing on education, employment and entrepreneurship initiatives .

E4U Info Days began at the University of Sarajevo on 28 November 2017 and are continuing in Pale, Zenica, Mostar, Banja Luka, Bihać, Bijeljina and Tuzla.

The project will last until Spring 2018, when the best students’ campaign will be chosen, and the winning team will be awarded with a study trip to Brussels.

You can read more about the winners of last year’s campaign “Start Yourself Up!” here.

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