UMiD – Resolving Conflict is Easy, We Learned How

Conflict resolution was the topic of the ninth module of the UMID – Learn, Think and Act! training for Generation 13, attended by 25 participants from all across BiH.

The module was held at the Educational-Leisure Center for Youth SPAJALICA in Ilidža, on September 21-23, 2018 and focused on how conflict arises, how it can be resolved and how it affects youth.

“Although I’ve been to similar trainings before, I have to admit that the approach to this topic was extremely interesting and different. The exercises were interesting, and they can be easily applied to other workshops and trainings on different topics. All in all, a very interesting module that certainly makes you think about ways to resolve conflict.” – said Nihad Ferhatović, training participant.

The goal of the module was to encourage youth to think and act, and teach them how to resolve conflict.

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“This module taught me that no matter what kind of conflict we’re dealing with, it can be solved diplomatically and without force. Also, no conflict is strong enough to separate a functional team. This module empowered me and encouraged me to express my opinions without fear of being judged. Since the society we live in is constantly generating conflicts, I can now safely say that I’m ready to take them on, no matter how big they are.” – Samira Aličić, training participant.

The UMiD – Learn, Think and Act! training is a one-year training program for youth leaders and active participation in the local community and the world of business.

This training is an officially recognized type of non-formal education that allows youth to acquire various competencies that will improve their competitiveness on the labour market. It combines seminars, practical exercises and volunteer work and it is aimed at youth under 30.

The training, among other things, offers the participants a chance to improve their confidence, discover their abilities and potential, develop there sense of responsibility in the society, and learn about business management skills.

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