A 2-hour workshop on children’s rights was held at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA during Children’s Week. The attendants of The School of Friendship hosted 40 of their peers from the Third Elementary School in Ilidža.


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The children are recognised as a particularly sensitive and specific category by the International Law and their protection cannot be ensured through common mechanisms. The Declaration of the Rights of the Child was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1959.


Bosnia and Herzegovina ratified the Convention of the Rights of the Child in 1992, which made its provisions legally binding to our country as well. In order to successfully protect children’s rights, it is very important, among other things, to educate children about their rights. Starting from an early age.


The workshop on children’s rights held at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth was attended by students of the Third Elementary School in Ilidža and among them were also the first-grade students. They were presented with their rights primarily through creative games, after which they watched a short video on children’s rights. After this, the youngest children made drawings in which they presented their interpretation of children’s rights.


The elementary school students were presented with children’s rights and children’s obligations and introduced with very important differences between the two categories. Older students tried classifying children’s rights and children’s obligations written on stickers after watching the video, and thus they interactively learned about the differences between the two. The oldest group of students formed 4 working groups that classified children’s rights and wrote and made drawings related to them.


Elementary school students’ drawings will be presented at the exhibition on the topic of “Children’s Rights” that will be held at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA on Children’s Day, 20 November 2011.


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The guest of this month's Coffee Time with... at SPAJALICA on 21 September will be Mladen Obrenovi?, a journalist of the Al Jazeera Balkans web-portal. The afternoon at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA will be dedicated to communications, communication skills, public performance and influence of the media on creating the social reality. All as the part of the Training for Expert Advisers on Youth Work. 


Mladen Obrenovi? is a journalist of the Al Jazeera Balkans web-portal. By his arrival to Sarajevo, he worked for tportal in Zagreb. Before that he spent years working as a correspondent of newspapers Jutarnji list and Glas Slavonije in Vukovar. He started his career as a journalist in local media in East Croatia. 


You are all welcome to join us on 21 September at 5 PM.


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A hundred boys and girls, elementary school students from the area of the Municipality of IlidĹľa, had fun today at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA. SPAJALICA opened its doors to the elementary school students today with the purpose of presenting them, their parents and teachers with the diverse offer of the Centre.


The students of the Fourth Elementary School in Hrasnica and the Third Elementary School in Ilidža learned about children’s rights through a 3-hour educational and entertaining workshop and head fun together along the way.


“Today was an excellent opportunity for the kids, but also the educational staff, to introduce themselves with the activities of the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA. It was more than obvious that everyone enjoyed both in the educational part and in the excellent company we provided them. The smiles on kids’ faces are our greatest reward” – says Vesna Filipovi?, the Manager of the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA.


With the help from the staff of the Centre, the hard-working volunteers of SPAJALICA devised different activities that the children especially enjoyed. The teachers also enjoyed themselves, as they exchanged practical experiences from formal education. Today, the teachers were also presented with the non-formal education SPAJALICA offers.


Representatives of the Municipality of IlidĹľa, who have been supporting the event for years, also attended the Open Doors of SPAJALICA. 


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The guests of this months' Coffee Time with..., which will be held on 2 September, are Diana Duškaj and Tarik Kova?, associate experts on youth work that have successfully completed the first training conducted by the Institute for Youth Development KULT. Precisely now, when the second generation is acquiring experience and skills in working with youth, Diana and Tarik will share their experiences - the experiences they acquired during and after the training. 


How much did the training help them in working with youth and in what manner?


Come visit us at the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA in IlidĹľa on Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 17:30 for an excellent and inspiring conversation.


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