Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dino Pehlić is currently an M.A. candidate at the University of Sarajevo and University of Bologna (Italy) in the field of Democracy and Human Rights. He previously worked as a researcher at the Association Transitional Justice, Accountability and Remembrance in Sarajevo and is currently a correspondent for the Post-Conflict Research Center. His civil and political activism dates from 2009, at which time he focused his interests towards legal studies, politics, and history.  Dino is a high honors graduate from the American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he received his bachelor’s degree in International and Comparative Law. He is primarily interested in researching about the sustainability of human rights in developing and post-conflict societies. Whilst studying, Dino worked as an intern in World Vision and International Commission on Missing Persons. He also participated in the “Transitional Justice and Humanitarian law” training organized by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in 2013. During the undergraduate studies, he was named the President of the university’s Student Union. In July, 2016, he was selected by the British Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be a fellow for a short educational program held in London. Additionally, he has participated in various informal educational programs, such as the United Nations Youth Forum “Dialogue for the Future” and “Training on Social Integration for Young Political Leaders” organized by the Youth Initiative for Human Rights.