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Caritas Serbia: Employment of Persons with Disability 13/11/2018

October 31st, 2018|events|

A meeting of the social inclusion working group was held in Belgrade

In the framework of the project Societies - Support of CSOs and empowering technical skills, Inclusion of people with disabilities and EU standards in South East Europe, the sixth meeting of the Working Group on Social Inclusion in Serbia took place on Tuesday 30 October in Belgrade. The aim of the meeting was to initiate [...]

October 31st, 2018|news|

World Mental Health Day accross Bosnia and Herzegovina

The World Mental Health Day is being celebrated each year on October 10, and it is an opportunity to warn of the growing mental illnesses, with the aim of raising awareness, education and efforts to improve mental health. In this regard, Caritas Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with its partners organized a distribution of promotional [...]

October 11th, 2018|Uncategorized|

With the forum theatre “Stories from the Soul” Caritas Serbia commemorated World Mental Health Day in Belgrade

On the occasion of the October 10 - World Mental Health Day, a forum theater - Stories from the Soul was held in Belgrade, Serbia.  This interactive theatre performance is based on the experiences of users of psychiatric services. Forum Theater is a specific type of open theatre, which aims to influence current sensitive topics. [...]

October 10th, 2018|news|

Caritas BiH commemorated the World Mental Health Day

The World Mental Health Day is observed each year on October 10, and it is an opportunity to warn of the growing mental illness and disease problem with the aim of raising awareness, education and efforts to improve mental health. In this regard, Caritas BiH at Sarajevo Children's Square organized the distribution of promotional materials, [...]

October 10th, 2018|news|

We have the winners!

We have the winners of the International design contest for the best graphic solution for the antistigma campaign "It can happen to anyone". 1. Kristina Posavac Radović – Bosnia and Herzegovina (No. 24) 2. Domenico Limka – Albania (No. 28) 3. Danijel Broćilović - Bosnia and Herzegovina (No. 29)

October 10th, 2018|news|

IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE World Mental Health day, October 10

On October 1, Caritas organizations from South-East Europe (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo* and Albania), together with Caritas Italiana and Caritas Bulgaria, launched a regional campaign to celebrate the World Mental Health day, October 10. The campaign aims at raising awareness of the importance of mental health prevention, reducing prejudices and fighting the stigmatization [...]

October 8th, 2018|news|

Employment of people with disabilities – obstacles and opportunities

As part of the SOCIETIES project, Caritas Bosnia and Herzegovina initiated the process of forming social inclusion working groups. The aim of these working groups is to enhance the participation and role of civil society organizations in the decision-making process and to exchange the knowledge and experience of these associations and organizations with public institutions [...]

September 21st, 2018|Uncategorized|

The meeting of the Steering Group of the Societies project held in Albania

On Wednesday, September 13, 2018, a Steering Group meeting of the Societies project was held in Shëngjin, Albania. The group consists of 18 members: representatives of Caritas Serbia, which is the main project applicant and one representative of each of the co-applicants. The steering group members meet to analyze the activities implemented, ensure the proper [...]

September 14th, 2018|Uncategorized|


Caritas organizations from South-East Europe, together with Caritas Italiana and Caritas Bulgaria, invite all interested parties to take part in a design contest launched within the mental health anti-stigma campaign under the slogan "IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE". Campaign is being realized within the project "SOCIETIES" on the occasion of 10th October, World Mental Health [...]

August 31st, 2018|events|