The second in a series of lectures of the Disciplinary Center was held at the Educational-Leisure Center for Youth SPAJALICA. 

The lecture on topic "Who is responsible for violence in the society?" was organized for the students of High School of Graphic Technology, Design and Multimedia and the Fourth Gymnasium. 

Youth discussed the role of police, the media, parents and schools in preventing violence with the representatives of the Center and on their roles in the whole process. 

The Disciplinary Center is organizing lectures for the purpose of preventing peer and every other form of violence. 

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The first in a series of lectures of the Disciplinary Center on topic "What Is Peer Violence?" was held today at the Educational-Leisure Center for Youth SPAJALICA. The lecture was held in cooperation with the Disciplinary Center for Juveniles and it was intended for high school students from the area of IlidĹľa.

Peer violence is every conscious or deliberately violent or unjustified behavior of a child or a group of children directed towards another child, with the aim of harming him/her physically or mentally, in which the violent behavior is characterized by repetition, imbalance of power, an evident sense of satisfaction for the perpetrator, and a sense of oppression for the victim.

“In order to characterize violent behavior as abuse, the behavior has to have additional characteristics, primarily repetition and focus on the same individual” – stated Elmedin Zuko, a social worker from the Disciplinary Center.

Since this is a very important topic to be discussed with youth on a regular basis and constantly work on fighting violence, the Institute for Youth Development KULT have announced another lecture of the Disciplinary Center at SPAJALICA on 11 March.

“The 3-lecture cycle that will be held once a month at SPAJALICA is just one small step in fighting and preventing youth violence. The following lecture will focus on topic “Who Is Responsible for Violence in the Society?” – concluded Vesna Filipovi?, the Manager of the Educational-Leisure Center for Youth SPAJALICA.



Posjeta TV ALFAThe winter holidays at The School of Friendship were filled with educational and entertaining content. The attendants of The School of Friendship enjoyed in various field trips that we organized for them. In the beginning of the holidays, the kids visited TV Alfa. On this occasion, the children saw how a TV program is made, how a television show is filmed and they were also introduced with TV reporters and journalists. The attendants of The School of Friendship tried their role as News presenters. Many expressed an ambition to pursue this occupation in the future. 

Our following field trip included a visit to the Thermal Riviera IlidĹľa. The 24 children enjoyed 3 hours of ice-skating. Although there were falls, our little heroes managed excellently and successfully overcame this athletic skill.

The middle of the month was reserved for a visit to the National Museum of BiH. To most attendants of The School of Friendship it was the first visit to this cultural institution. Our attendants did not hide their excitement with this visit and were curious to observe the museum displays. 


Another educational and entertaining visit occured on January 21, 2016, when the Sarajevo International Airport was visited. The attendants of The School of Friendship spent this day in a quality manner as well. Namely, by visiting the Sarajevo International Airport, they were introduced with the functioning of the air traffic, equipment and occupations related to the air traffic. 



The next field trip occured on January 26, 2016. By visiting the Gazi Husrev-bey Library, the attendants of The School of Friendship were introduced with the history of the library, the inside museum, book restauration and the manner in which this cultural and historical institution functions. The visit managed to point to the importance of books and envoke a greater desire for reading in our kids. 

These winter holidays were also concluded with a party for children that included face-painting, balloon modelling, various games and undeniable children's laughter. After one full month of quality time, we can safely say that we are ready for school. 



Dear parents and children workshops and courses attendants, from February 2, 2016, The School of Friendship will continue working according to the following timetable: 

On TUESDAY from 10.00 to 12.30 and from 14.00 to 16.30

On SATURDAY from 11.00 to 14.00

The English language course for children will be held on SATURDAY according to the following timetable:

1st, 2nd and 3rd grades (10:00 - 11:00h)

4th, 5th and 6th grades (11:00 - 12:00h)

7th, 8th and 9th grades (12:00 - 13:00h)

The German language course for children will be held on SUNDAY according to the following timetable:

1st, 2nd and 3rd grades (10:00 - 11:00h)

4th, 5th and 6th grades (11:00 - 12:00h)

7th, 8th and 9th grades (12:00 - 13:00h)

For additional questions and potential clarifications, please contact us on the following number: 033 637 290.


Fifteen young people from 5 European countries (BiH, Serbia, Montenegro, Belgium and Germany) visited the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth today, together with a representative of the SHL organisation. These youth are participants of the Erasmus+ "Who Does the Youth Work" initiative. Since the Institute for Youth Development KULT has spent nearly fifteen years working with youth and for youth, using, among other methods, trainings for future youth workers, the visit to the Institute was organised in order to discuss the youth position in our country, but also in other countries of the region and Europe. Youth visited the Educational-Leisure Centre for Youth SPAJALICA, and were introduced with the numerous activities and the offer of the Centre for their peers. The Expert Associates on Youth Work traning was also presented to them and they were introduced to the fact that in the end of 2015 the first Federal Youth Council was formed. 

Exchanging ideas and experiences is one of the basic goals of this Erasmus+ programme initiative.




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