Think Tank Populari’s internship programme provides a unique opportunity to students and recent graduates to experience first-hand what it means to engage in policy research. Due to our hands-on approach, interns will participate in all aspects of the research process and have the advantage of working closely with an experienced research team. This includes both domestic and international affairs, and allows interns to not only see and participate in the process through all its stages, but also develop their own project thesis during the internship.
Once again in 2011 we will award the three best pieces which tackle some of the negative stereotypes about BiH often seen in the media!
In 2010, the debate on international power in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still ongoing. No clear policies that would make the issue less complicated are in place. To investigate what this means outside of BiH and among 27 members of the European Union, with the support of Open Society Institute Think Tank Fund, and CEPS, under the supervision of Michael Emerson, Populari’s researcher Goran Tirak, undertook a challenge by investigating the effectiveness of the OHR when it comes to Bosnian aim towards full integration into the European Union.
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