Akademija 2015Generation 2015 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 19 participants from 7 political parties and from 14 towns/municipalities.

Ninth generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by the UN Agencies and BiH Presidency through the project “Dialogue for the Future”. Academy participants in 2015 visited Orthodox, Muslim, Catholic, and Jewish religious objects and gained invaluable information about each of these religions.


Akademija 2014Generation 2014 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 19 participants from 11 political parties and from 12 towns/municipalities.

Eight generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by the US Embassy in BiH. Academy participants in 2014 had an opportunity to talk to the US Ambassador, Russian Ambassador, and current chairman of the BiH Presidency in the same day.


Akademija generacija 2013Generation 2013 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 17 participants from 8 political parties and from 9 towns/municipalities.

Seventh generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by the US Embassy in BiH. Academy participants in 2013 enabled ministers in charge of youth from both BiH entities to meet in person for the first time.


Akademija generacija 2012Generation 2012 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 25 participants from 12 political parties and from 10 towns/municipalities.

Sixth generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by TPO Foundation from Sarajevo. This year the specific attention was given to gender equality and monitoring of local gender plans.


Akademija generacija 2011Generation 2011 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 17 participants from 11 political parties and from 10 towns/municipalities.

Fifth generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by the US Embassy in BiH. During 2011 the Institute created an overview of the Academy results so far which can be found on our web page. Also, during 2011 Perpetuum Mobile signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the National Assembly of Republika Srpska.


Akademija generacija 2010Generation 2010 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 24 participants from 12 political parties and from 10 towns/municipalities.

Fourth generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by Olof Palm International Center, GTZ Germany, and Konrad Adenauer Foundation. This generation has also demonstrated readiness for precise cooperation between youth from different political parties. Cooperation was especially evident during the creation of seminar papers which were written in pairs in order to provide space for dialogue between political parties.


Akademija generacija 2009Generation 2009 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 23 participants from 12 political parties and from 12 towns/municipalities.

Third generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was supported by Olof Palm International Center and GTZ Germany that have been supporting education of youth politicians in the region for a long time. Friends of the Academy support its work and provide their contributions in creation of a new and modern generation of politicians.


Akademija generacija 2008Generation 2008 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 25 participants from 13 political parties and from 8 towns/municipalities.

Second generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH. Since 2008 the Academy has been organized Perpetuum Mobile. In 2008 two most successful participants had an opportunity to attend a study visit to Belgrade, where they visited institutions, nongovernmental organizations and political parties of their choice.


Akademija generacija 2007Generation 2007 – Academy for Political Leaders in BiH gathered 23 participants from 12 political parties and from 7 towns/municipalities.

The first generation of the Academy for Political Leaders in BiH was organized by the Helsinki Citizen’s Assembly from Banja Luka. Academy 2007 was financially supported by Olof Palm International Center. Majority of participants are now councilors municipal and cantonal assemblies, ministers, etc.