We develop and advocate for legal and other strategic solutions, as well as build and strengthen the capacities of associations and authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, all with the aim of successful and sustainable youth policy.
As the attendants of The School of Friendship are used to having our socializations and workshops imbued with fun, games, learning and being extremely interesting and happy, so we justify it with every new activity. The attendants, together with their facilitators, prepared a manifestation for 8 March, International Womenâ€™s Day. A rich and interesting cultural and entertaining programme that was devised and prepared by our kids, was presented at SPAJALICA to our honourable guests, i.e. mothers of our attendants.
At the beginning of the manifestation, the volunteers emphasized in their introductory section the historical facts on the 8 March. The attendants of The School of Friendship recited their favourite poems, after which they performed a play entitled What to Give to a Mother, How to Make Her Happy? The message of the play is that a rose, a carnation or some other flower will make absolutely nothing for a better position of a woman in the society, her workplace, or even in her own home, it will not provide her with the necessary respect or an equal treatment. Insisting on equal rights of men and women, raising voice against gender discrimination and violating rights to work, acquire education, a life without violence, raising voice against violation of liberties and advocating the rights of women, should be honoured throughout the year. 8 March should just be a crown of a fair relationship towards a woman throughout the year, and not as a day when a mother/girlfriend/friend is presented with the deserved attention.
At the end of the manifestation, the diligent kids were awarded with appraisals for having successfully played their roles!