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Our World of Diversity

In order to feed into discussions and decision-making about quality inclusive education for all children, UNICEF and the Association “Društvo ujedinjenih građanskih akcija – Duga” collected a series of real-life stories about experiences and lessons learned from children, parents, teachers and professionals.
Stories were written in municipalities that participated in the Programme “Enhancing the Social Protection and Inclusion System for Children in BiH - SPIS”. With the slogan “For Every Child”, UNICEF gathered  government partners, local communities and civil society to improve social protection and inclusion systems for children. With support from the European Union, the Government of Norway and DFID, this programme contributes to systems and policies for the protection of the most vulnerable children.

Every child has a story. Each child’s story is unique and invaluable. We need to hear their voices, listen to their stories and understand their meaning.

It is no longer a Matter of Whether we Need Inclusion but how to Implement it in the Best Way

Association “Društvo ujedinjenih građanskih akcija - Duga”


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Not a Single Child Should be Given-Up on

Jasmin Kasumović, a teacher from Sanski Most


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It is Easiest to Give-up, but we have never thought about it

Sanela Đozo, a persistent mother from Mojmilo


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A Boy from Sanski Most who wants to be a Painter

Avdo Dizdarević, a seventh grade pupil of the of the primary school  in Sanski Most


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For me Inclusion is the Second Name for Love

Jelena Šipka, Advisor at the Republic Pedagogical Institute of RS


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Children with Special Needs Help other Children to become more Sensitive, Humane and to Develop Empathy

Vasilija Veljković, a Special Education Teacher


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A Girl against Time

Through Inclusive Education to Completion of Primary School: Lana Šafranić


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We Strongly Desire to help, but we cannot do everything Alone

Teachers Anka and Cvija from Stolac


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An Assistant at a Speech Therapist Workshop Dreaming of a Restaurant on Cancun Beach

Darko Plečić, a persistent boy from Višegrad


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I was thinking of Giving-up, yet my Desire for Mubin to get another Chance was stronger

Melisa Begović, a mother from Novi Travnik who would not give-up on inclusion


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Stories on Inclusion

  • It is no longer a Matter of Whether we Need Inclusion but how to Implement it in the Best Way    
  • Not a Single Child Should be Given-Up on   
  • It is Easiest to Give-up, but we have never thought about it
  • A Boy from Sanski Most who wants to be a Painter
  • For me Inclusion is the Second Name for Love
  • Children with Special Needs Help other Children to become more Sensitive, Humane and to Develop Empathy
  • A Girl against Time
  • We Strongly Desire to help, but we cannot do everything Alone
  • An Assistant at a Speech Therapist Workshop Dreaming of a Restaurant on Cancun Beach
  • I was thinking of Giving-up, yet my Desire for Mubin to get another Chance was stronger

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