Our programs connect tomorrow’s human rights leaders with today’s established academics, activists, experts, decision makers, artists, and contemporary witnesses. The personal and intensive exchange and the development of independent civil society initiatives set the path to an active international alumni network.
We develop Fellowships, study trips, seminars, workshops, and conferences to promote human rights with a focus on strengthening democratic principles, pluralism and diversity, and the engagement of civil society.
We create international educational programs for young people who share an active commitment to promoting human and minority rights in their own communities around the world.
Recent Action Projects
Sustainable living practices: A path towards the SDGs
The project "Sustainable Living Practices" addresses our way of life, specifically the impact of everyday life on the environment, and recommends Practices for sustainable living which are conceived as suggestions for changes in our daily habits, and a non-radical approach to radical changes in our daily life.
Privacy Issues on Dating Apps
Privacy Issues on Dating Apps project is an action plan within the Humanity in Action Mapping Democracy Fellowship 2023, which aims to raise young people's awareness of the dangers that these applications can carry with them, as well as ways on which they can protect their privacy in the online space and in addition to dating apps.
Njena Ulica (Her Street)
"Njena Ulica" is a project initiated by EDVACAY participants Layla Jusko, Selma Pandža, and Adela Mujezinović. The project's primary objective is to raise awareness about underrepresented notable women in Bosnia and Herzegovina by “assigning” their names to the streets of Sarajevo on a large mural.