The Law Faculty in Lukavica has started implementing a project called “European Integration as a Framework for the Implementation of Hybrid Human Rights in the Legal System of the Republika Srpska”. The project is approved and co-funded by the Ministry of Science, Technology, Higher Education and the Information Society. The implementation of the project is expected to take 12 months. The project team consists of: Dejan Matić, PhD, Dragan Dakić, PhD, Milica Kolaković-Bojović, PhD, Veljko Turanjanin, PhD and Ivana Jovovic, Bachelor of Laws. This project covers the identification of current scientific issues related to the dissemination and development of hybrid human rights, as well as addressing the challenges faced by decision-making authorities of Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina in their effort to properly incorporate this category of human rights into the legal system according to the requirements of the European integration process. The aim of the project is to provide an objective and qualitative assessment of the achieved level of protection of hybrid human rights in the legal system of the Republika Srpska, as well as to offer legal and implementation models that are based on contemporary theoretical understanding and scientifically based findings. Finally, the implementation of this project through appropriate alignment with European Union standards and the progress already made in European integration could be greatly beneficial to all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, whose rights and freedoms could be more adequately protected.