16:30 - 17:30
In the Framework of the Initiative “Young Generations for the New Balkans 2030” and in cooperation with the International Institute for Peace (IIP) and the Karl-Renner-Institute the Austrian Institute for International Affairs cordially invites you to an online discussion on the topic:
Bosnian and Herzegovinian Peace Agreement turns 25:
25 years Dayton: Do Bosnians and Herzegovinians want a liberal, democratic and prosperous country?
Zoom link will be sent to registered participants
Jelena Brkić Šmigoc, Univerity of Sarajevo (tbc)
Alida Vračić, Executive Director, Populari Think Tank, Vienna
Vedran Džihić Senior Researcher, Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna
Samir Beharić, Board Member of the Western Balkans Alumni Association, Jajce
Adi Ćerimagić., Analyst, European Stability Initiative (ESI), Berlin
The Dayton Peace Agreement is turning 25 years on 21 November and 14 December 2020. The International Institute for Peace is marking this anniversary by organising an event that is looking at the anniversary and the agreement beyond the important fact that it brought a much needed peace to Bosnia and Herzegovina. It takes a look at the ongoing struggle to transform the country into a liberal and prosperous democracy based on rule of law and market economy.
The discussion will be held in English.
You can also find the event on Facebook
By participating in this event, you agree that any photos or recordings taken that include footage of your person may be published or used in any other way by the organizers of the event.