In November 2019 the world marks the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. South East Europe Children’s Rights Ombudspersons Network (CRONSEE), established in 2006 by the initiative of Save the Children, issued a joint statement on the occasion of this important jubilee.
“This should be a positive example that we should not leave BiH, that we can stay here and change something and invest in progress, technology, in all that is innovative, and thus build a path for ourselves here, develop ourselves..."
“Kroz projekat se radilo na unaprjeđenju politike, prakse i kulture na nivou predškolskog, osnovnog i srednjeg obrazovanja u BiH, Srbiji i Crnoj Gori. Obuhvatio je više od 300.000 djece, 5.000 profesionalaca..."
“Volim kad ovako radim, posebno ako su mi u grupi najbolji prijatelji, družimo se, zabavno je i otkrivamo nove stvari”, kaže nam Marija, a s njom se slažu Dea te Karlo koji dodaje da najviše voli rješavati teške zadatke..."
Isabel* and her parents left Cuba in late 2017 and arrived in Serbia, where the family asked for asylum. Their first shelter was the asylum centre in Bogovađa and the girl made her first friends in local school.
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