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TC: Bridging Divided Communities

We created videos and ideas for ongoing contest organized by ‘’End Exclusion” entitled ‘’Show me Inclusion” which is great opportunity for the participants because they can influence globally with their creative tools which they made. Also were organized field trips in order to visit three different organizations which are engaged in working with socially excluded groups. Firstly we went to one organization in Struga called ‘’Poraka-Nova’’ which is practically Daily Center which is working with groups with mental disability. The participants had chance to see the Daily Center to meet with the children and EVS volunteers who were volunteering there and to get more information about the activities of the Center. After that we took the participants to the beautiful neighbor city Ohrid where we visited two organizations which are involved in supporting, helping and working with drugs addicts and sexual workers. With these two visits participants get clear information how our NGO sector is working to help the social excluded groups in Macedonia with and without cooperation with Governmental sector.

The participants enjoyed in creating their own tools by working in small groups which helped them better to know each other and through their creativity and group working to develop new interesting and useful  tools about fighting against social exclusion  which will remain great impact world-wide. Through energizers, simulations and group activities we tackle topics which are present in everyday life in the society and most important is that with this training course we, as positive, enthusiastic and future youth leaders want to leave positive and useful tips, ideas and tools in order to improve the life in our society and try to implement the idea that everyone is equal and deserve quality and joyful life. Written by Dragan Lazeski, member of Macedonian team ……

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