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  • Call for Application- Access Program

    Introduction to the Access Program

    The English Access Microscholarship Program provides a foundation of English language skills to bright, economically disadvantaged 13-20 year-olds through two years of After School Instruction and Intensive Sessions. Access students also gain an appreciation for U.S. culture and democratic values through enhancement activities. A greater sensitivity to cultural differences, coupled with the acquired English language skills, will enable the participants to take advantage of opportunities that had previously been unavailable to them.

    How to apply!

    Therefore Non-governmental organization CBM in cooperation with AFPK and with the support of American Embassy invites all high-school pupils from 14 to 17 years old to apply for two-year program of free-of-charge classes of English language and informatics. Beside English language and Informatics classes the participants of the program are going to have chance to learn American culture and participate in different extracurricular activities. Applications attached to this announcement after filling them should be submitted in the premises of CBM, Str. Mbreteresha Teuta (close to the main Bridge) from 01 to 10th September 2014, from 10:00 to 17:00. Number of enrolled pupils is limited. For more information please contact info@cbmitrovica.org.

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Human Rights Education School


 8th 
HRE school was held on 
July in Suvareka/Theranda 2013 in Solid hotel. The school gathered 18 young people from different places and communities (Albanians,  Serbians and  Bosnians).  The group joined the “cap-project” (exchange bottle caps for wheelchairs)The group joined the “cap-project” (exchange bottle caps for wheelchairs)

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Human Rights Education School

HRE local school 7th, June 2013 Strpce – Kosovo. 18 youth from secondary schools of Mitrovica, Vushtrri/Vucitrn( 2) and Skenderaj/Serbica (1) and Klina e Begut from two communities; Albanian and Bosnian participated in the school. HRE School - included those topics: Youth and Activism; Nonviolence Communication; Discrimination ;Debate; Stereotypes: Prejudices - Conflict ; Mechanisms of Transitional Justice; International Humanitarian Rights;; Introduction human rights; Intercultural understanding; Negotiations and Forum theatre.

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