This school year again Savremena has been open for peer education activities. We continue to collaborate with organisations that work with the young, offering them new experience and knowledge. CEPORA – The Centre for positive development of children and youth and the Belgrade Office for youth have organised peer education workshops.
The topics discussed with the secondary school students were: You either drive or drink, Say NO to the hate speech and Gender equality.
CEPORA organised training sessions for peer educators. Our students who have attended all the educational sessions and has become a peer educator herself for the above mentioned subjects is Nikolina Jovanović.
The class I-5 students took part in the workshop Gender equality in which they could learn about prejudices that exist in the media regarding women and men. Another class, I-3 students participated in the workshop Say NO to hate speech and they discussed ways to fight stereotypes, to think critically and to see the world in a more amicable way.
The students of III-2 took part in the workshop You either drive or drink, when they had the opportunity to learn about all kinds of risks incurred by irresponsible driving.
We look forward to new opportunities when our students will have the chance to share new ideas and experiences among themselves.