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Uploaded on Aug 18, 2010

Guests: Journalists and film directors Ivan and Mirela Cigic
Moderator: Mark Riedemann
Production Date: 2010
Duration: 28'33''
Copyright: CRTN

Host Mark Riedemann interviews Catholic journalists and film directors, Ivan and Mirela Cigic regarding the lingering effects of war, the peace agreement, the ongoing tensions between the communities and finally the efforts of the Catholic Church to assure the future of Catholics in Bosnia & Herzegovina and efforts towards reconciliation through education.

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Politics has too much sway over culture, education in Bosnia and Herzegovina – UN expert

Old Bridge of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photo: UNESCO/Sinisa Sesum

 

4 May 2013 – An independent United Nations human rights expert today voiced concern at the extent to which political bodies have influence over cultural institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and urged the Government to ensure that people have opportunities to engage freely in cultural life.

“Culture and education seem to have been held hostage to political debates,” Farida Shaheed, the UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, said as she wrapped up her first mission to the country.

“This has an immense detrimental effect on the artistic, cultural, scientific and academic life in the country, and on the right of all people, without discrimination, to enjoy their cultural rights and to access their cultural heritage,” she stated in a news release.

Ms. Shaheed said one telling example is the current uncertainty surrounding the fate of seven crucial cultural institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the National Museum which closed its doors last year.

“I am concerned by the extent to which political bodies have expanded their influence over cultural institutions, whose independence should be guaranteed in law as well as in practice,” she said, noting that there was frustration across the board during her visit that efforts are being blocked at the level of senior decision-makers and politicians.

The Special Rapporteur stressed that one worrying trend lies in “over-emphasizing cultural differences, including linguistic differences, to justify practices amounting to segregation of people based on their ethno-national affiliation, in particular in the field of education.”

The population of Bosnia and Herzegovina is predominantly divided among three constituent peoples, or ethnic groups – Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats.

She urged all levels of Government to maximize the opportunities for people to engage in culture, sports, science and arts, and to have access to “neutral spaces where politics and ethno-national affiliations do not interfere.”

“A dynamic, pluralistic and inclusive culture is central to reconciliation and it is most certainly the way forward, in terms of both peace and economic development for Bosnia and Herzegovina,” said the expert.

During the 12-day mission that concluded today, Ms. Shaheed met with a wide range of actors Sarajevo, Mostar, Jajce, Banja Luka, Brèko and Srebrenica, and visited a number of monuments, memorials and museums.

Independent experts, or special rapporteurs, are appointed by the UN Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. They work in an unpaid capacity. Ms. Shaheed will present her report at a forthcoming session of the Council in Geneva.

News Tracker: past stories on this issue

Independent UN rights expert calls for greater inclusion in Bosnia and Herzegovina

List of universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo

 

The Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, as a public higher education institution and a member of the University of Sarajevo, was established in 1972, pursuant to the Law on the Establishment of the Academy, adopted that same year, which defined its principal tasks, primarily those of educating artists sin the domain of fine and visual arts, and organising the teaching process for primary and secondary school teachers of arts.

It was founded by renowned artists, scientists, professors and professionals in the area of culture. Muhamed Karamehmedović, an art historian and the first dean of the Academy, Nada Pivac, an academic painter,Mersad Berber, an academic painter, Boro Aleksić, an academic painter, Alija Kučukalić, an academic sculptor, Zdenko Grgić, an academic sculptor - these are just a few names of famous professors - founders of the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo.

As of 1981, the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo has been carrying out its function in the reconstructed and adapted building of what had once been an Evangelisticial Church. Since its establishment, the Academy has enrolled 2,331 students, and by 2012, 1,212 students graduated from it. The post-graduate studies were introduced in 1983 and by the end of 2012, 1,212 of its students have obtained the M. A. degree.

The Academy comprises six specific departments, each with several elective subjects:

Department of Art Education

Department of Painting

Department of Sculpting

Department of Printmaking

Department of Graphic Design

Department of Product Design

Each of these departments educates students for a specific art activity in the manner that meets the criteria of education in arts.

In the academic year 2006/2007, the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Sarajevo started applying the Bologna 4+1 System of Education.

The main features of this system are:

4 + 1: the study is structured as under-graduate (bachelor – four years and graduate (master – one year);

Modular studying of individual subjects so that after each module/semester, student success is evaluated by way of assigning points (in academic and university terms), marks (numerically and in letters) and credits (ECTS): the introduction of elective subjects of support from the 2nd to the 4th year of studies.

Introduction of elective subjects of support from the 2nd to the 4th year;

Modernisation of the teaching process with new contents and areas: computerisation of the required teaching content, organisation of master workshops, engagement of visiting professors, student participation in summer and winter schools, festivals and events across Europe and the world;

Further connection between the Academy and related institutions in BiH and abroad;

Organisation of regular academic events where overall artistic and scientific work of the Academy’s teaching staff, associates and students is presented.

Development of curricula for the 3rd (third) cycle of studies is under way.

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Private (including standalone faculties and high colleges)

References

  1.  http://www.unsa.ba University of Sarajevo
  2. http://www.unssa.rs.ba University of East Sarajevo
  3. http://www.unibl.org University of Banja Luka
  4. http://www.sve-mo.ba University of Mostar
  5. http://www.unmo.ba University "Džemal Bijedić" of Mostar
  6. http://www.unze.ba University of Zenica
  7. http://www.unbi.ba University of Bihać
  8. http://www.untz.ba University of Tuzla
  9. http://www.unt.ba/ University of Travnik
  10. http://www.sveherc-edu.com University of Herzegowina
  11. http://www.ius.edu.ba International University of Sarajevo
  12. http://www.ssst.edu.ba Sarajevo School of Science and Technology
  13. http://www.ibu.edu.ba/ International Burch University
  14. http://www.aubih.edu.ba American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  15. http://unvi.edu.ba/ University of Vitez
  16. http://www.iu-travnik.com/ International University of Travnik
  17. http://www.iupnb.edu.ba International University
  18. http://www.fju.edu.ba Faculty of public government
  19. http://www.apeiron-uni.eu Paneuropean University ApeiroN
  20. http://www.blc.edu.ba Banja Luka College
  21. http://www.blcc.edu.ba Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi
  22.  http://www.prometej-bl.com High college for applied and law sciences "Prometej"
  23. http://www.spu.ba Slobomir P University
  24. http://www.koledzprijedor.org University College of Prijedor
  25. http://www.sinergija.edu.ba University Sinergija
  26. http://www.out.edu.ba Open University ApeiroN
  27. http://www.primus-gradiska.com High college for business management "PRIMUS"
  28. http://www.univerzitetgorazde.com/ International University of Goražde

Report on international students in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Published on Mar 21, 2014

Sarajevo Canton TV station emitted an interview with international students in Bosnia and Herzegovina, state and private universities. Thanks to our dear students who participated in filming process; Rijad Dedeić, Lajla Mušić, Valentin Galatanu, Urmat Kadyrakunov and Emin Ugur Taskin.

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Bingo Expansion

Translated version of this PSD: Bosnian

Project description and objectives

The EBRD is considering to support the retailer Bingo's further expansion in Bosnia and Hercegovina (BiH). Specifically, the Bank would support the acquisition by Bingo of smaller competitors, leading to a consolidation in the fragmented local retail sector. The EBRD's financing will also support the company's investments in energy efficiency and sustainable resource investments, leading to improved sustainability performance of Bingo’s retail outlets.

Video Tour of Alison: Free Certified Learning

Published on Jun 4, 2013

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From the website: "ALISON is the world's leading free online learning resource for basic and essential workplace skills. ALISON provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning.... The mission of ALISON is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive, self-paced multimedia. It is our belief that through ALISON, the cost of access to high-quality education can be removed....Through the ALISON learning platform we can assist people around the world in educating themselves, thereby creating a more equitable and sustainable global society."
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Published on Apr 9, 2015

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The aim was to contribute to the improvement of the health and well-being of the population of Serbia by supporting the implementation of national cancer screening systems.
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The main goal of the project was to improve the employability of adults serving their prison sentence and to facilitate their re-socialization after release.

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This campaign led to the improvement of animal health in Serbia through the development and implementation of national strategies to eradicate, control and monitor rabies in foxes and to eradicate, control and monitor Classical Swine Fever (CSF) in the pig population. 

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Cycle IV of the vocational training program "Specialist for food and beverage department"

Institute for Tourism and Environment in Mostar and Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality in Opatija continued with performance of cycle IV of vocational education program through training for job “Specialist for food and beverage department” in Mostar.

Professional training “Specialist for food and beverage department” is based on lifelong education and practical training of participants in the important sector of work and activities such as the department of food and beverage in catering and hotel facilities.

During the lectures within the cycle IV following topics were covered: The role and importance of the purchasing department in the catering company; Dishes of vegetarian and macrobiotic cuisine; Forms of the offer in catering facilities; Soups-international, national Croatian, macrobiotic and vegetarian cuisine; The role and importance of gastronomy; Cold appetizer - international, national Croatian, macrobiotic and vegetarian; Marketing in the formation of food and beverage offer; Marketing of communication between catering facilities and the market; Promotional mix as a mean of marketing communication; Marketing strategy of food and beverage sales and Marketing activity of catering facilities.

The program is implemented with the technical support of the Tourism Cluster Herzegovina and the Regional Economic Development Agency of Herzegovina, in the framework of the Project for Development of International Tourism Corridor of Herzegovina and Environmental Protection in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and with the support of the Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA.

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