‘Culture and Art Diversity around the World’ is a children’s art project we began at the start February. These activities have been being held Monday to Friday in the youth centre in Brčko. The activities were divided in two groups, one for children aged 4 to 7 from 11am to 1pm, and the other for […]
On 29th December 2014, the Brčko District Government recognised Svitac and other organisations with an official certificate as a thanks for “humanitary, solidarity and help” during the floods that devastated the region.
Every year at Svitac we like to hold Halloween and New Year’s parties for the youth we work with. Here are pictures from our New Year’s Party 2014!! Brčko is of course a multi-ethnic community, where three major faiths are present: Catholicism, Orthodox Christianity and Islam. So that leaves many different holidays to celebrate, and […]
Here are more pictures from our Brčko Graphic Novel project week 3.
Here is a gallery of pictures from the second week of our Brčko Graphic Novel project!
Here are photos from Week 1 of our Brčko Graphic Novel Project.
We have been holding Children’s Corner workshops for kids in areas hit by devastating floods this past spring. The workshops consist typically of English, sports, games and creative arts learning activities. These workshops are held in collaboration with the Vermont Youth Centre at the Brčko district Youth centre, in Palanka and in Vidovice (a village […]
Svitac representatives attended a European Voluntary Service (EVS) international symposium of competences for employability from 12th to 15th of May, 2014, in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Every year we organise a series of parties for the kids in Brčko. Here are pictures from our recent party, Halloween in Brčko 2014!
We are Different – We are the Same Once again this year we participated in and organised an Antifascism day on 4th November 2014. This year we held Anti-fascism day in Vidovice under the motto “We are different – we are the same”. To start we explained to the kids what fascism and prejudices means. […]
Moj obojeni put (“My Colour Path”) is a short stop-animation film that takes the viewer on an abstract journey through the town of Brčko. Made up of over 1,500 photos, the film was created in 2012 by international volunteers and town locals who wanted the community to see Brčko with newness and imagination. “… And […]
Six of our young students at Svitac joined five students from the Palestinian charity Project Hope to describe in English what they hope to be when they grow up, and what inspired them to want to do this. You can watch their stories here: https://www.onestory.com/campaigns/future-hopes