Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC)

PCRC is dedicated to restoring a culture of peace and preventing violent conflict and radicalization in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Western Balkans by creating, implementing and supporting unconventional and innovative approaches to peace education, post-conflict research, human rights and transitional justice. They strive for a society where people no longer perceive diversity as a source of conflict, but as the basis for prosperity. They are committed to establishing an environment where human rights are respected and the principles of transparency, accountability and the rule of law are upheld to support a healthy democracy. THEIR MISSION PCRC is dedicated to restoring a culture of peace and preventing violent conflict in the Western Balkans by creating, implementing and supporting unconventional and innovative approaches to peace  education, post-conflict research, human rights and transitional justice. THEIR VISION They strive for a society where people no longer perceive diversity as a source of conflict, but as the basis for prosperity. They are committed to establishing an environment where human rights are respected and the principles of transparency, accountability and the rule of law are upheld to support a healthy democracy. Since its establishment in 2011, PCRC has quickly become a leading peacebuilding organization in the Western Balkans. They have reached millions through their  programs and projects. Their documentaries have been seen by 1.4 million viewers across the Western Balkans and 370 million viewers worldwide. They have directly engaged more than 5,000 Bosnian and regional youth in their peace education programs and have reached approximately 250,000 Balkan citizens through their arts-based exhibitions. They have received 120 interns representing 30 countries. PCRC also established Balkan Diskurs, a network of journalists, multimedia artists, and activists who came together in response to the lack of objective and independent regional media. The platform provides a unique, pan-ethnic approach to reporting and the space for the dissemination of youth voices. To date, PCRC has trained 36 local youth correspondents from 23 Bosnian cities and Balkan Diskurs now has over 20,000 readers. PCRC has established partnerships with leading local, regional and international institutions such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the Educator’s Institute for Human Rights (EIHR), the UN Alliance of Civilizations, the UN Office of Genocide Prevention, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights (Republika Srpska, Serbia and Macedonia branches), the War Art Reporting and Memory Foundation (WARM), the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, the London School of Economics, Al Jazeera Balkans, and ART WORKS Projects. 
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Careers

Staff at Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) have experience in

Sectors

  • research & development
  • torts / conflict resolution
  • tertiary education
  • market research
  • writing / journalism

Countries

  • denmark

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Company Offices

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (headquarters)
  • Pruščakova 21 Sarajevo, Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine