Bosnia and Herzegovina became a Member State of the United Nations on May 22, 1992 with an adoption of a General Assembly Resolution A/RES/46/237. As a successor of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), Bosnia and Herzegovina became the State Party in all conventions and agreements ratified by the SFRY.Read More
IN THE YEAR 2015, LEADERS FROM 193 COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD CAME TOGETHER TO FACE THE FUTURE.
And what they saw was daunting. Famines. Drought. Wars. Plagues. Poverty. Not just in some faraway place, but in their own cities and towns and villages.Read More
On April 10, 2018 the Centre for European Perspective and its partners organized an event "Back on the Agenda: EU Enlargement and Western Balkans" in Brussels, Belgium. This event brought together experts, civil society representatives and youth leaders of the Western Balkans, all in order to discuss the challenges their respective States are facing, ideas that should be put forward in form of a list of recommendations to the EU representatives, policy makers and think tanks.Read More
Bosnia and Herzegovina Association for United Nations (BHA UN) is an association established primarily to promote the values and spirit of the United Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including but not limiting to the Sustainable Development Goals and the Charter of the UN. The BHA UN has evolved from bringing together youth leaders to organize and participate in Model United Nations conferences and other relevant panel discussions on current world issues.Read More