MoviEQ workshop was successfully completed in Čapljina

Date Publish: 
Tuesday, October 2, 2018

 

U Općini Čapljina je 30. septembra uspješno okončana i peta MoviEQ radionica na kojoj je učestvovalo 11 osoba. Radionica je održana u područnoj školi na Bivoljem brdu uz podršku direktorice škole, koja je ustupila prostorije za održavanje ove radionice.

Na ovoj MoviEQ radionici učesnici su imali priliku da nauče mnogo o integrativnoj kompleksnosti, aktivnom slušanju, te o tome kako biti bolji pojedinci u zajednici i kako sagledati širu sliku. Radionica je okončana veoma uspješno na zadovoljstvo trenerica i učesnika obzirom da je pasivnost pojedinih učesnika posljednjeg dana radionice znatno nestala, te su bili aktivno uključeni u rad grupe. Ohrabreni ovakvim uspjehom planiramo uskoro održati i šestu radionicu na području Čapljine.

Ove aktivnosti organizovane su u sklopu projekta „Podrška mladima u lokalnim zajednicama u Bosni i Hercegovini”, koji sprovodi IOM uz podršku USAID Bosnia and HerzegovinaBritish Embassy Sarajevo i Ambasade Republike Italije u Bosni i Hercegovini.

***
On September 30, in the Municipality of Capljina, the fifth MoviEQ workshop was successfully completed with 11 participants. The workshop was held at the regional school in Bivolje Brdo, with the support of the School Principal, who provided the premises for this workshop.

At this workshop, the participants learned a lot about the integrative complexity, active listening, and ways to be better individuals in the community and how to see the bigger picture. The workshop was completed very successfully for the satisfaction of facilitators and participants, as certain passivity of some participants on the last day of the workshop significantly disappeared, and they were actively involved in the work of the group. Taking into account these successes, we are planning a sixth workshop in Capljina soon again.

All these activities are part of the project "Community Based Approach to Support Youth Targeted Municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina", supported by the USAID Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Government of Great Britain (British Embassy Sarajevo) and the Embassy of the Republic of Italy in BiH.