Creative process in Jerusalem

BRANISLAVA (Bosnia&Herzegovina) Tell me your name, the country you came from and the instrument that you play?My name is Branislava. I came from Serbia, but from this project I represent Bosnia&Herzegovina. I play violin. How is the creative process going?Really nice! The first day was very hard for all of us, to…you know…find out the…

Jamming in the city of a thousand faces

Finally! A cool evening breeze and a chance for our hyped musicians to jam. Little did I know that it wouldn’t be only us. There were young people from all over, waiting patiently to take their instruments in their hands (and in several examples more than one). When they finally got a chance to do…

Salty trip to the Dead Sea

Here comes the day to pause bands and media team assignments to go out of the village for a naturalistic trip.  As I had never been to the Dead Sea before and all I heard about it was the usual popular stories regarding how you could read a book by sitting naturally on the water because…

Echoes of Yad Vashem

We were talking about Yad Vashem for days before ceremony happened, as it seems. The sands of Jerusalem were in the air again the morning of the ceremony, and our colorful group’s visit to the famous museum would be the main topic of the day. Somehow, we just felt the heaviness of that sand. The…

United we stand in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is one of the ideal places to meet numerous cultures cohabiting. Precisely at the Israel Goldstein Youth Village, Music For Human Rights has once again brought together about forty talented young adults from Bosnia&Herzegovina, Germany, Italy, Israel, Portugal and Serbia.  Amongst the first days activities and team building games that set a friendly atmosphere…

Music for Human Rights with new projects

A long break in youth exchanges does not necessarily mean that we are not working. The #mfhrchallenge and the new project to develop musical tools for human rights education are in full swing and new youth exchanges are waiting for the end of the pandemic-related restrictions.

Energy Emotions Fun

Finally the day has arrived. After four days of rehearsal, the bands rocked on the stage presenting their songs. The concert was an explosion of energy, emotions and fun. Both the audience and the bands enjoyed the atmosphere of the event. There we are with some pictures from the concert. Keep an eye on our…

Band Teasers are out!

After a few days of work, we are presenting to you the teasers of the bands. Here we are with a sneak a peak of what you can expect from each band. The Bunkers came from the dark to spread the light. The Bunkers are: Anna, Stefano, Sascha, Marianna, Sonia, Luka, Alexander, Ivan, Andrew, Bane, Raissa…

Shalom! MFHR is back

Music for Human Rights is back and this time in Jerusalem. More than 40 young people from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany, Italy, Israel, Portugal and Serbia have settled at the Goldstein Youth Village to talk about human rights with a specific focus on the European vision on this topic.