The 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement both ended the Bosnian War and created the consociational democracy that exists in Bosnia and Herzegovina to this day. The ethnic autonomy created by the Dayton Agreement has resulted in a frozen conflict between ethnic groups that has manifested itself in the country’s monoethnic education system. This study explores the short-term stability under consociationalism and the long-term stability under a multiethnic education system. Additionally, this study explains the importance of the country’s only multiethnic education system in Brčko District and how it came into existence.
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Šarančić, Jusuf, "On Multiethnic Schools in Consociational Democracies: A Comparative Analysis of Brčko District and Bosnia-Herzegovina" (2016). Lawrence University Honors Projects. Paper 94.
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