1Monthly lecture in Youth, violence and extremism has taken place On Wednesday, January 20th 2016. In "Ibn Sina" Academic Research Institute Sarajevo.
U srijedu, 20.1.2015. godine s početkom u 16 i 30 sati, u amfiteatru Naučnoistraživačkog instituta Ibn Sina u Sarajevu održana je tribina na temu “Mladi, nasilje i ekstremizam”. Lectures were dr. Ismet Dizdarević (expert in psychology) and mr. Osman Softić (expert in international relations):

In the first part, Mr.Nermin Hodzic said a few words about the motives and the reasons for this topic about issues of violence and extremism among young people, emphasizing, among other things: According to the World Health Organization,  number of homicides among young people are scary and overwhelming, says Hodzic  , this category includes people between 10 and 29 years, and so annually 200,000 murders happen in the world, and even more of those who are more or less serious injured. Among other things, there is a tendency of young people to access the various extremist movements that the ultimate manifestation end in the different types of violence, including religious extremism, violence in the name of religion.
Ph.D. Ismet Dizdarevic spoke about the psychological aspects of violence among young people.
Who is the bully, who has traits, why and how to become a bully, prof. Dizdarevic says that the research shows that bullies are ready to dominate over others, they somehow thus solve some of your internal problem which can be hereditary, in what he suspected, but earned.
Agents acquired the family, school, leisure, media and religious organizations, says Dizdarevic and emphasizes that all agents that affect the development of the young man, who can change it and formed in a certain sense.
It is also the agent of society as a whole that is so konstalirano. If young people have job security if they have protection, the likelihood is that there will be a small number of offenders, though that's not proof.
- No reason for material wealth, but the reason is that as a society in the system of human values, as it is capable to provide people what they need - highlighted the professor. Dizdarevic.
Mr. Osman Softic in his presentation focused on the issue of extremism, especially those with a religious sign and recalled some of the motivating factors that encourage young people to extremism:
What is it that motivates young people to take an awkward and harmful ideology as ideology Dais, which are incentives that these young people tjerju to "embrace" the organization and what it is that draws them to foreign battlefields where they sacrifice their lives. The reasons are many and they are all different because each company differed can not speak in terms of a homogeneous, monolithic.
There are some common denominators, but, as explained Softic, young people feel dissatisfaction with the world in which they live, the status they have in society, lack of prospects and even in people with high, sometimes, education can not recognize their chances in life.
He concluded that, among other things, the motive and structural factors in society that cause psychologically unstable person, which sometimes originate from the margins of society, or dysfunctional families, they are often subject to the influence of various ideologies. In this context, mr. Softic said the issue today to increasing levels of religious extremism, noting that in addition to the above factors, in its spread significantly affected by the existence of destructive ideologies which are based on a rigid interpretation of the faith, and whose expansion supports and finances from some mulimanskih countries.
Referring to studies on this subject made in the West, Softic recalled that the vast majority of young people who grew up in the West and join the esktremističkim and pseudo militant groups, finds inspiration in their circle of family and friends, rather than for example in the mosques.