Europe

Since 1993, Internews has implemented innovative programs in Europe aimed at bringing conflicted societies together through various media projects. Currently, our work focuses on the Balkan states, where ethno-national politics continues to impede the free flow of information and foment prejudice and mistrust among people of varying backgrounds.

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  • National Geographic Photo Camp to Mentor Young Photographers in Sarajevo

    Two young students look through cameras.
    Tuesday, June 9, 2015

    A group of Bosnian youth will have the opportunity to tell their stories through photography during National Geographic Photo Camp Sarajevo, June 11-16, 2015. The camp will highlight the commonalities and issues shared by young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20 years after the Dayton Accords were signed.

  • Supporting the Next Generation of Media Law and Media Lawyers in BiH

    Two men and three women stand in an office
    Wednesday, September 24, 2014

    Josh Machleder, Internews Vice President for Europe, Eurasia, and Asia Programs is traveling in Eurasia, visiting Internews projects and sending updates on the work of local media and civil society in-country.

    When Anja Gengo, a third-year law student at the University of Sarajevo, saw the USAID-funded Internews project in Bosnia call for applicants to its Media Law Clinic and Moot Court, she didn't even know that media law existed. "It's something you don't even hear about," she said.