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 September 2022 - Online exhibition of artwork sold to support the peace center

Most Mira is lucky to have support from so many talented people. Artist, Victoria Fifield, has generously donated art work that will be sold in order to raise funds for the peace centre build.  Check out our online exhibition of artwork and feel free to splurge!

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May 2022 - Applications are open for the Project on Peacebuilding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are excited to announce that applications for our Project on Peacebuilding are now open with a deadline of June 15th. Young people aged 18-30 are eligible to participate in this free programme. Read more in the POP Guide where you can also find the application link. Please share with anyone who might be interested.

 

 

The Most Mira Peace Centre, will be a cultural arts centre to bring together divided communities in war-torn Bosnia-Herzegovina. Yesterday, Most Mira in collaboration with Project V Architecture, won the international LafargeHolcim Award for Sustainable Construction European Silver Award.

The 2020-2021 Award received 4,742 submissions in the main category from 121 countries. The Peace Center Project has raised significant support and funding since its initiation in 2014, and we hope this prestigious award will act as a catalyst to raise the remaining funds required to complete construction. This project will transform a war-ruined house into a vibrant public destination in which Most Mira can expand our already successful programme of arts and reconciliation activities


We are proud to be associated with Project V and its founders Vernes and Lucy, both of whom have been with us on this design journey since 2014. It is largely thanks to Vernes that we were selected as one of 7 regional (Europe) winners in a huge competition..

November 2021 - Peace Center Wins Prestigious Award

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