On Monday, October 10 2016 in KC Grad (St. Braće Krsmanovića 4) in Belgrade the photography exhibition made by street involved children, Drop in Shelter beneficiaries, was opened.
The aim of this exhibition was to enclose street involved children’s world to wider population seen through their own eyes. This perspective will give us an insight into their world, places they like, places they visit the most, their everyday routine, the informal settlements where they live.
With the support of German-Serbian Development Cooperation Project implemented by Deutsche GesellschaftfürInternationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in Serbia, the event was organized by Office for Human and Minority rights and Centre for youth integration. The first secretary from German Embassy in Belgrade, Mr Juergen Schmid, Mrs Suzana Paunovic, director of Office for Human and Minority rights, Mr Marko Tosic, the executive director of Centre for Youth Integration and one of the authors of the exhibition have addressed the audience.
Following the exhibition opening, Centre for Youth Integration and GIZ team members, cooked delicious dishes for all guest as part of Delikatesni ponedeljak event. The entire amount from food sold that evening went for Drop in Shelter. We thank everyone for their help and support.