“Coffee Time with… UMiD Training Attendants”

The “Coffee Time with… UMiD Training Attendants” session will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2016, at the Educational-Leisure Center for Youth SPAJALICA in Ilidža.

Mirela Geko, a member of the Youth Council of FBiH and of the local and cantonal council who has several years of experience as a youth work activist will be discussing youth activism with the training attendants.

Mirela will try and answer some of the most common questions of youth, such as: Why activism?; How to start?; What are the challenges?; Can I do that in my community?; How?; Who can help me?. The aim is to motivate youth in finding partners and strengthening themselves in individual work on youth actions at their local communities.

“Coffee Time with…” starts at 1:30 pm, and 20 youth from different municipalities in BiH will be participating.  

The session is open to all interested youth who wish to engage themselves in improving the living conditions in their communities.

UMiD – Learn, Think and Act! is a 1-year training program for youth leaders for their active engagement in the social community and the business world.

Among other things, the training provides the attendants with a possibility to acquire confidence, view their abilities and develop a sense of responsibility in the society and skills of managing and performing business. This training is acknowledged by the Ministry of Education of Sarajevo Canton and by numerous municipalities in BiH. 


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