How Do we Remember the Past?

Kosovo Humanitarian Law Center invites Kosovo youth * to sign up to participate in the debate on the past and the search for alternative ways of memorialization. The debate is being held in February 2020 and all young people, aged 19-27, are eligible to apply.

As more than 20 years have passed since the end of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, it is important to enhance interethnic understanding by empowering young people in the region to explore and share memories of their shared past and to formulate together a strategy of engaging their peers and institutions in remembering the past. Informing and dedicating public spaces that provide information about the past is often lacking or limited, making it impossible to grasp the perspective and suffering of others.

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This project is supported by the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and is implemented by the New Social Initiative. Expressed opinions represent the authors’ views and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations, UNMIK or New Social Initiative.

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