Tatjana Nikolić

Education: A student of psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš

Engagement in NGO sector: A volunteer of SOS Helpline for Women and Children Victims of Violence from 1996 to 1998; the coordinator of SOS Helpline for Women and Children Victims of Violence from March 1997 to September 1997; the founder of the Center for Girls; the executive coordinator of the Center for Girls in Niš; a volunteer of SOS Helpline for girls victims of violence or girl trafficking; a facilitator in the following workshops: The Prevention of Human Trafficking, Women's Health and Sexuality, The Prevention of Violence against Girls, The Prevention of Physical Violence with the Elements of Self-Defence, The Prevention of Sexual Violence, Self-Defence for Girls, My Experience with Violence; a member of the organizational board of FemiNiš Festival from 2010 to 2013; a member of the organizational board of ArtFemine Festival since 2014; a performer of the feminist-activist theatre of the Center for Girls since 2011 – a reading performance of The Vagina Monologues, a performance of The Good Body and The Waiting Room and a director of the performance I Am aEmotional Creature. A coordinator of the Anti-Trafficking Network (AT Network)in Serbia.

Skills: English, Italian, sign language, photography, painting

Seminars/Trainings/Festivals:

  • The Instructive Training for Working on SOS Helpline (Niš, November 1996; the training was held by Natalija Žunić, Slobodanka Konstantinović Vilić, and Nevena Petrušić, activists of Niš SOS Helpline);
  • The training for psychological counselling (Niš, once a week from February 18, 1997 to May 8, 1997, organized by the Open Club; the training was held by Marjan Tošić, who, having graduated from psychology, spent five years of professional education at the Central School of Counselling and Therapy in London, and studied Primal Therapy);
  • The founding meeting of the Network against Male Violence against Women (Belgrade, April 18-19, 1997, organized by Belgrade SOS Helpline; the meeting was held by Slavica Stijanović, Lepa Mladenović, Duda Petrović, Violeta Krasnić, Sunčica Vučaj, Ljilja Bogavac, Stanislava Otašević);
  • Dialogue and Negotiations – Skills for Facing Problems (Niš, May 15-18, 1997, held by MOST Group);
  • Women's Rights and Transition in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Belgrade, June 13-15, 1997, organized by Women's Studies; the lectures were delivered by Anđelka Milić, Nataša Smiljanić, Ivan Stevanović, Slobodanka Konstantinović Vilić, Nevena Petrušić, Lepojka Mitanovska, Lepa Mladenović, Marina Blagojević, Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Violeta Krasnić, Isabel Marcus, Marija Lukić, Zorica Mršević);
  • Women and Leadership: Commitment to the Distribution of Power and Responsibilities (Belgrade, June 23-25, 1997, organized by STAR, held by Stephanie Clohesy);
  • Constructive Debate – Skills for Competent Opposition (Niš, July 19-20, 1997, held by MOST Group);
  • IUPIP Annual Vocational Training Course on People's Diplomacy, Non-Violence and Alternative Approach to Economics (Rovereto, Italy, from September 21 to October 11, 1997, organized by the International University of Peoples' Institutions for Peace, held by Simona Sharoni, Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Jan Oberg);
  • Women and Leadership – the second part of the seminar (Niška Banja, October 21-23, 1997, organized by STAR, held by Stephanie Clohesy);
  • The first course of Women's Studies in Niš (the Faculty of Philosophy, from May 1, 1998 to May 1, 1999, organized by the Center for Non-Violent Conflict Resolution from Niš; the lectures were delivered by Branka Arsić, Svenka Savić, Zorica Mršević, Daša Duhaček, and Sonja Prodanović, professors of Women's Studies in Belgrade and Novi Sad);
  • The Mobilization of the Income Sources for Non-Governmental Grass Root Organizations (Niš, May 20, 1998, organized by STAR, facilitated by Lael Stegall, Milica Minić, Wenny Kusuma);
  • II International Meeting of the Network against Male Violence against Women (Bečići, Montenegro, June 4-7, 1998, organized by Podgorica SOS);
  • Minority Course (at Hojskolen Ostersoen, Aabenraa, Denmark, from July 5, 1998 to August 1, 1998);
  • Evaluation (Palić, December 25-27, 1998, organized by STAR);
  • Women and Media (Belgrade, February 5-7, 1999, organized by STAR, held by various journalists);
  • The Feminist School (the Faculty of Law, Niš, starting in February 1999 and lasting 5 months, organized by the Women’s Research Center);
  • A Panel Discussion: Strategies for Supporting the New Model of the Protection of Domestic Violence Victims (Belgrade, March 6, 1999, from 9:00 to 18:00, held by Marija Lukić, Vesna Nikolić Ristanović, Branka Grupković, Biljana Maletin);
  • Women, Media and Power (Belgrade, March 6-12, 1999; workshops (Neda Božinović), radio drama, panel discussion facilitated by Marija Gaitski, women's film screenings (Agnes Varda films), organized by Atina NGO);
  • How to Become Engaged and Act as a Citizen (Niš, March 19-20, 1999, organized by the Committee for Civic Initiative from Niš, held by Predrag Cvetičanin and others);
  • Culture-Sensitive Seminar – Better Together (Rafailovići, Montenegro, August 9-17, 2000, organized by REC);
  • The Basics of Working with Women Victims of Sexual Violence (Belgrade, from March 29, 2001 to April 1, 2001, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center);
  • A seminar on the Debate on Human Rights and Responsibilities (Niš, May 11-12, 2001, organized by CeRID, held by Tatjana Pejcić and Valentina Rančić);
  • The Basics of Working with Women Victims of Sexual Violence – the second part (Belgrade, June 28-30, 2001, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center);
  • The Autumn Course of Women's Studies (Niš, at the weekends starting from September 1, 2001, organized by the Women's Research Center for Education and Communication from Niš; the lectures were delivered by Svenka Savić, Marija Lukić, Vesna Nikolić Ristanović, Lepa Mladenović, Nada Polovina, Anđelka Milić, Mirjana Obretković, and others);
  • Improving Methods and Techniques for Conversations with Women Victims of Sexual Violence and Taking Care about Oneself (Belgrade, September 27-30, 2001, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center);
  • Gender Issues and Domestic Violence (Zrenjanin, October 20-22, 2001, Admira Seminar, held by Els Ouborg and Anja Meulenbelt);
  • On Women's Heath (Belgrade, November 26, 2001 to December 1, 2001; the first part of the seminar, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center, was held by Stanislava Otašević, Divna Matijašević, Lukrecija, and Biljana);
  • Empowering Girls/Girls' Rights (Belgrade, February 1-3, 2002, Admira Training, held by Els Ouborg and Teun Visser);
  • On Women's Heath (Belgrade, February 6-10, 2002; the second part of the seminar organized by the Autonomous Women's Center);
  • Cafod Trainings Eastern Europe HIV/AIDS Introduction Course for CAROD’s FRY and Armenia Partners (Belgrade, April 4-5, 2002);
  • Gender Issues and Domestic Violence II (Kikinda, April 12-15, 2002, Admira Training, held by Anja Meulenbelt and Els Ouborg);
  • Drama Workshops (Niš, May 10-11, 2002, held by Zorica Gudović and Jelena Milojević);
  • Advocacy (Palić, May 24-26, 2002, organized by STAR, held by Milica Minić and others);
  • Drama Workshops – Working on Your Body and Voice (Belgrade, July 1-5, 2002, OM Theatre from Denmark, held by Ana Woolf and Sandra);
  • Women Trafficking – Prevention, Education, and Helping Victims (Belgrade, November 14-17, 2002, organized by ASTRA);
  • Empowering Girls/Girls' Rights II (Belgrade, November 22-24, 2002, Admira Training, held by Els Ouborg and Teun Visser);
  • Gender Issues and Domestic Violence III (Kikinda, January 19-21, 2003, Admira Seminar, held by Els Ouborg and Marja Visser);
  • Empowering Girls/Girls' Rights III (Radmilovac, near Belgrade, May 8-11, 2003, Admira Training, held by Teun Visser and Els Ouborg);
  • Women in Black Conference: Investing in Health Care Rather than in Arms (Niš, May 23-25, 2003);
  • Women's Health (Belgrade, June 13-14, 2003, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center);
  • Human Trafficking – Understanding the Problem (Niš, February 21-24, 2005, organized by BBC WSTrust, European Centre for Broadcast Journalism, Astra and Rruga me Pisha Foundation);
  • An advanced training for professionals working on the identification of, and providing support to human trafficking victims (Belgrade, March 4-6, 2005, organized by OSCE, Admira Training);
  • Woman as an Agent of Change – Successful Women Combating the Hard Position of Women (Belgrade, September 30, 2005, organized by BORAM);
  • Strategic Planning (Belgrade, April 13-15, 2006, organized by ASTRA);
  • Intervention in Crisis and Psychosocial Help to Human Trafficking Victims (Novi Sad, March 29-31, 2007, a training for the members of ASTRA Network, supported by CARE);
  • Mental Health Care for the Assistants Working with Human Trafficking Victims (Vranje, January 25-27, 2008, a training for the members of ASTRA Network, supported by CARE);
  • Roma Children and School – within the project named The Support for the Readmission through Sustainable Reintegration of the Returnees from Western Europe to Serbia and Montenegro (Niška Banja, March 2008, organized by Protecta from Niš with the support of 484 Group from Belgrade);
  • People in the Process of Readmission (Niš, March 2008, organized by Protecta from Niš with the support of 484 Group from Belgrade);
  • The Meeting of ASTRA Network – the joint project named The Report from the Shadows presented, took part in doing 4 interviews about human trafficking in 2010 with the representatives of the Ministry of Interior and Social Work Center (Belgrade, June 26, 2010);
  • The first FemiNiš Festival (Niš, October 29-31, 2010);
  • The Meeting of ASTRA Network – the interviews made with Dušan Klikovac and Violeta Blagojević presented (Belgrade, November 19-20, 2010);
  • The International Conference on Prostitution and Trafficking (Copenhagen, May 7-8, 2011);
  • EU TACSO training How to Access EU Funds (Belgrade, May 17, 2011, organized by Kvina till Kvine, held by B. Ende);
  • The Regional Meeting of Serbian and Montenegrin Groups Financed by Kvina till Kvine (Bečići, Montenegro, May 18-21, 2011);
  • The Summer Feminist School (Kopaonik, July 14-17, 2011, organized by Women Space) – attended all lectures and workshops, moderated 15. panel discussion called The Feminist Approach to Violence, and held Self-Defence for Women Workshop twice.
  • Strategic Planning – the first training within the capacity building of the organization (Niš, August 15 and August 19-20, 2011, organized by the Center for Girls, held by Sanja Nikolin);
  • Pitchwise Feminist Festival (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 8-11, 2011);
  • The second FemiNiš Festival (Niš, September 21-25, 2011);
  • The first part of the training for training instructors of integrated safety (Kopaonik, October 7-9, 2011, organized by Kvinna till Kvinne);
  • Training in women's courts and feminist approach to justice (Vrnjačka Banja, October 28-30, 2011, organized by Women in Black);
  • The second part of the training for training instructors of integrated safety (Palić, November 11-13, 2011, organized by Kvinna till Kvinna);
  • Leadership training (Bečići, Montenegro, December 6-9, 2011, organized by Kvinna till Kvinna);
  • The Training for Emotional Literacy – the second training within the organization capacity building (Niš, December 17-18, and December 24-25, 2011, organized by the Center for Girls, together with the activists of Women Space and the Alternative Culture Center; facilitated by Lepa Mlađenović and Tijana Popivoda);
  • II workshop of IDEAL Project named Learning through Drama Process (Niš, January 20-22, 2012, organized by Bazaart);
  • III workshop of IDEAL Project named Learning through Drama Process (Niš, February 17-19, 2012, organized by Bazaart);
  • Workshop for Journalists: Reporting on Human Trafficking (Niš, February 20-21, 2012, organized by Niš Media Center; took part both as a participant and a workshop facilitator);
  • The Regional Conference: Gender Equality at the Local Level (Kraljevo, February 27-28, 2012);
  • Training: Preparing the Local Action Plan for Gender Equality (Kotor, Montenegro, April 18-21, 2012);
  • The meeting over preparing the Local Action Plan (Niš, April 26, 2012);
  • The last cycle of the training Mobile Schools of Advocacy within ISC Program in Serbia, Raising Funds Training (Niš, June 25-27, 2012);
  • The meeting over preparing the Local Action Plan (Niš, July 9, 2012);
  • The meeting about signing the European Protocol for Preparing the Local Action Plan (Niš, August 9, 2012);
  • Pitchwise Feminist Festival (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 13-16, 2012);
  • The third FemiNiš Festival (Niš, September 20-25, 2012);
  • The meeting of Kvinna till Kvinna Network in Serbia and Montenegro, Political Participation and the Impact of Advocacy (Kovačica, September 25-28, 2012);
  • The training for Project Writing within the organization capacity building (Niš, 8 days in the period from December 2012 to January 2013, organized by the Center for Girls; held by Tatjana Obradović Tošić);
  • The Round Table on Using Dialogue to Stop Violence against Women and Children (Niš, March 19, 2013, organized by Osvit Roma Women Association);
  • Promoting the Principles of Good Management Forum (Niš, March 27, 2013, organized by the National Democratic Institute from Belgrade);
  • The Festival of Women's Friendship, Activism, Art and Solidarity (Tutin, June 14-16, 2013, organized by Impulse Tutin);
  • Holding a workshop called The Prevention of Violence against Girls within the training for young activists (Tara, October 18-20, 2013, organized by Women for Peace from Leskovac);
  • The fourth FemiNiš Festival (Niš, September 20-22, 2013);
  • Theatre as a Tool for Women's Empowerment (Prizren, Kosovo, November 9-12, 2013, organized by Artpolis from Priština);
  • Potpisujem.rs, a round table on the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (Niš, November 4, 2013, organized by Osvit Roma Women Association);
  • IT Literacy Course: five workshops organized by the Center for Girls (Niš, July 7 and 14, August 4, 11 and 14, 2013, held by Danica Stefanović);
  • Two workshops on photography – Imagination as a Guide through Real World I and II organized by the Center for Girls (Niš, August 3 and August 10, 2013, held by Emilija Miljković);
  • The first part of AT Network Strategic Planning (Belgrade, October 30-31/November 1-3, 2013);
  • VoxFeminae Feminist Festival (Zagreb, Croatia, November 14-19, 2013);
  • BeFem Feminist Festival (Belgrade, December 7-8, 2013);
  • The round table regarding the promotion of The Guidebook through Social Services for Breaking the Chain of Violence in Serbian, Romani and English (Niš, December 13, 2013, organized by Osvit Roma Women Association);
  • Instructive training for working on SOS helpline for girls victims of violence and human trafficking (Niš, from December 2013 to February 2014, organized by the Center for Girls);
  • The second part of AT Network Strategic Planning (Niš, February 27-28/March 1-2, 2014);
  • A lecture by Isabel Marquez, a well-known American feminist, organized by Women Space (Niš, May 13, 2014);
  • The third part of AT Network Strategic Planning (Niš, May 16-19, 2014);
  • Regional Female Artists' Festival For Human Rights – FEMMES FATALES (Priština, May 29-31, 2014, organized by Artpolis Kosovo from Priština);
  • The Regional Conference of the Women against Violence Network: Security and Safety from Women to Women (Niš, June 6-8, 2014, organized by the Autonomous Women's Center from Belgrade);
  • The Conference on Good Practices (Durres, Albania, June 24-27, organized by KTK; at the conference, I presented our experiences in organizing four FemiNiš Festivals and the first ArtFemine Festival);
  • The first ArtFemine Festival organized by the Center for Girls (Niš, July 3-6, 2014);
  • Drama Workshops – Working on Your Body and Voice (Niš, July 21-25, 2014, organized by Reconstruction Women Fund from Belgrade; the training was held by Ana Woolf and Vera Ribeiro);
  • Focus Group on Improving the System of Identification and Protection of Human Trafficking Victims, carried out by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Belgrade Office in partnership with the Center for Human Trafficking Victims' Protection, and financed by IOM Development Fund and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) (Niš, July 25);
  • The Festival of Women's Friendship (Tutin, August 8-10, 2014, organized by Impulse Tutin);
  • Pitchwise Feminist Festival (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 11-14, 2014);
  • The Regional Conference: Improving the Access to Compensation for Human Trafficking Victims in the Region (Belgrade, October 17-18, 2014);
  • The advanced training in best practices in the cases of domestic violence (Niš, October 20-22, 2014).
  • Capacity Self-Assessment Workshop, organized by Trag Foundation (March 11, 2015)
  • Participants in the National Study on Sexual Child Abuse in the Republic of Serbia (March-April 2015)
  • Training: Fund Raising and Project Writing (basic), organized by TASCO and Citizens' Initiative (April 7-9, 2015)
  • Follow up: Best Practices in Legal Authority Proceedings, organized by US Department of Justice, US Embassy Belgrade (April 20, 2015)
  • Participants in the training called "My Role Matters", organized by BAZAART in Niš (May 18- June 16, 2015)
  • An organizer of the First Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (June 23-29, 2015)
  • ArtFemine II – Feminist Action, organized by the Center for Girls (July 16-19, 2015)
  • The Festival of Female Friendship in Tutin, organized by Impulse Tutin (August 13-15, 2015)
  • AT Network Meeting, organized by ASTRA (September 9-11, 2015, Niš)
  • A participant and speaker at 10th anniversary of PitchWise Festival in Sarajevo (September 10-13, 2015)
  • Street Action: "I Also March against Sexual Child Abuse", organized by Incest Trauma Center (September 26, 2015, Belgrade)
  • AT Network Meeting, organized by (October 10-13, 2015)
  • The First International Conference on Sexual Abuse, organized by Women's Room (October 23, 2015, Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Strategic Planning, organized by the Center for Girls (October 26-29, 2015, Vrnjačka Banja)
  • VOX Femine Festival (November 8-11, 2015)
  • Regional Meeting: Stronger Together, organized by Trag Foundation (November 16-19, 2015, Belgrade)
  • Capacity Building of the Center for Girls (January 18-20, 2016)
  • Capacity Building and Project Management Training, organized by the Center for Girls (January 28-31, 2016)
  • AT Network Meeting and a basic training on human trafficking, organized by AT Network (February 5-7, 2016, Vrnjačka Banja)
  • SOS Helpline Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 5-17, 2016, Niš)
  • Forum Theatre Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 18-25, 2016, Niš)
  • SOS Training on the Prevention against Human Trafficking, organized by the Center for Girls (February 26-29, 2016, Niš)
  • Preparing a project proposal in compliance with EU standards – PCM LFA, organized by Trag Foundation (February 29- March 2, 2016, Zlatibor)
  • Peer Education on Human Trafficking, organized by AT Network (March 11-13, 2016, Niš)
  • AT Network Capacity Building, organized by AT Network (March 19-20, 2016, Niš)
  • Counselling concerning the inclusion of the civil society into the process of drafting and monitoring the implementation of the National Action Plan for the Implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 – Women, Peace, Security in the Republic of Serbia (NAP 1325), organized by
  • Belgrade Centre for Security Policy in cooperation with OSCE Mission in Serbia (May 11-12, 2016, Niš )
  • Social Activisam Forum – Women's Government (May 13, 2016, Niš)
  • Open Consultative Meeting on NAP 1325 Implementation (May 17, 2016, Niš)
  • Femart Festival (May 26-29, 2016, Priština)
  • Women's Leadership Academy, participation at the second meeting of women politicians and NGO representatives (June 2, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Cultural Gender Practices Network Meeting (June 14-15, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Fund Raising Training, organized by Trag Foundation (July 11-14, 2016, Petrovac)
  • ArtFemine III – The Land of Girls, organized by the Center for Girls (July 15-17, 2016, Niš)
  • An organizer of 2nd Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (July 24-31, 2016, Sićevo)
  • XI PitchWise Festival – Connecting 2016, organized by Cure Foundation (September 7-11, 2016, Sarajevo)

Silvija Mihajlović

Education: A senior undergraduate student of the Faculty of Law in Niš

Engagement in NGO sector: A volunteer of SOS Helpline for girls victims of violence or girl trafficking; an activist of the Center for Girls, a facilitator in the following workshops: The Prevention of Women/Girl Trafficking, Economic Violence; providing technical support in performing the play entitled The Good Body; a performer of the feminist-activist theatre of the Center for Girls; a program assistant.

Skills: English, knitting, photography

Seminars and Trainings:

  • 2012/2013. A volunteer at FemiNiš – the festival of women's activism and art, organized by the Center for Girls and Women Space
  • 2012/2013. The Training for LFA Project Writing – held by Tatjana Tošić Obradović, organized by the Center for Girls
  • 2013. A workshop on photography – Imagination as a Guide through Real World, held by Emilija Miljković, organized by the Center for Girls
  • 2013. A series of workshops on IT Literacy, held by Danica Stefanović, organized by the Center for Girls
  • 2013. A participant at PitchWise Festival in Sarajevo, organized by CURE
  • 2013. The Conference of Young Feminists, CURE
  • 2013. Kvinna till Kvinna Network
  • 2013. The Vagina Monologues
  • 2013/2014. Instructive Training for Working on SOS Helpline
  • November 8-11, 2013. Using Forum theatre as a Tool for Women Empowerment Seminar, organized by Artpolis Kosovo in Prizren
  • June 14-16, 2013. The Festival of Women's Friendship, Activism, Art and Solidarity, organized by Impulse Tutin in Tutin
  • June 6-8, 2014. A participant at Security and Safety from Women to Women Conference, organized by Women against Violence Network, Niš
  • July 3-6, 2014. ArtFemine, a festival of feminist activism and art, organized by the Center for Girls, Niš
  • August 8-10, 2014. The Festival of Women's Friendship, organized by Impulse Tutin, Tutin
  • September 11-14, 2014. Pitchwise Feminist Festival, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • October 20-22, 2014. The advanced training in best practices in the cases of domestic violence, Niš
  • Capacity Self-Assessment Workshop, organized by Trag Foundation (March 11, 2015)
  • Participants in the National Study on Sexual Child Abuse in the Republic of Serbia (March-April 2015)
  • Training: Fund Raising and Project Writing (basic), organized by TASCO and Citizens' Initiative (April 7-9, 2015)
  • Follow up: Best Practices in Legal Authority Proceedings, organized by US Department of Justice, US Embassy Belgrade (April 20, 2015)
  • Participants in the training called "My Role Matters", organized by BAZAART in Niš (May 18- June 16, 2015)
  • An organizer of the First Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (June 23-29, 2015)
  • ArtFemine II – Feminist Action, organized by the Center for Girls (July 16-19, 2015)
  • The Festival of Female Friendship in Tutin, organized by Impulse Tutin (August 13-15, 2015)
  • AT Network Meeting, organized by ASTRA (September 9-11, 2015, Niš)
  • A participant and speaker at 10th anniversary of PitchWise Festival in Sarajevo (September 10-13, 2015)
  • Street Action: "I Also March against Sexual Child Abuse", organized by Incest Trauma Center (September 26, 2015, Belgrade)
  • AT Network Meeting, organized by (October 10-13, 2015)
  • Strategic Planning, organized by the Center for Girls (October 26-29, 2015, Vrnjačka Banja)
  • Regional Meeting: Stronger Together, organized by Trag Foundation (November 16-19, 2015, Belgrade)
  • Capacity Building of the Center for Girls (January 18-20, 2016)
  • Capacity Building and Project Management Training, organized by the Center for Girls (January 28-31, 2016)
  • AT Network Meeting and a basic training on human trafficking, organized by AT Network (February 5-7, 2016, Vrnjačka Banja)
  • SOS Helpline Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 5-17, 2016, Niš)
  • Forum Theatre Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 18-25, 2016, Niš)
  • SOS Training on the Prevention against Human Trafficking, organized by the Center for Girls (February 26-29, 2016, Niš)
  • Preparing a project proposal in compliance with EU standards – PCM LFA, organized by Trag Foundation (February 29- March 2, 2016, Zlatibor)
  • Peer Education on Human Trafficking, organized by AT Network (March 11-13, 2016, Niš)
  • AT Network Capacity Building, organized by AT Network (March 19-20, 2016, Niš)
  • Counselling concerning the inclusion of the civil society into the process of drafting and monitoring the implementation of the National Action Plan for the Implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 – Women, Peace, Security in the Republic of Serbia (NAP 1325), organized by
  • Belgrade Centre for Security Policy in cooperation with OSCE Mission in Serbia (May 11-12, 2016, Niš )
  • Social Activisam Forum – Women's Government (May 13, 2016, Niš)
  • Open Consultative Meeting on NAP 1325 Implementation (May 17, 2016, Niš)
  • Femart Festival (May 26-29, 2016, Priština)
  • "Democracy and the Rule of Law outside the Negotiation Process – Local Community Views" Discussion Forum (May 30, 2016, Niš)
  • Women's Leadership Academy, participation at the second meeting of women politicians and NGO representatives (June 2, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Cultural Gender Practices Network Meeting (June 14-15, 2016, Belgrade)
  • ArtFemine III – The Land of Girls, organized by the Center for Girls (July 15-17, 2016, Niš)
  • An organizer of 2nd Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (July 24-31, 2016, Sićevo)
  • NAP 1325 Monitoring Meeting of OCS Network (July 20, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Consultative Meeting on the Action Plan for Implementing the Initiative on the Open Governance Partnership in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2016-2017 (Auguts 19, 2016, Niš)
  • XI PitchWise Festival – Connecting 2016, organized by Cure Foundation (September 7-11, 2016, Sarajevo)

Marija Stojanović

Education: A student of journalism at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš

Engagement in NGO sector: A reporter at Super Radio (civil sector radio), an activist of Supercitizen – the Center for Raising Social Awareness, an associate and activist of the Center for Girls, a financial and office coordinator of the Center for Girls

Skills: written and oral expression, using secondary raw materials for creating practical things, sewing, photography

Seminars and Trainings:

  • February 2012 – Reporting on human trafficking, Niš Society of Journalists and Media and Reform Center
  • November 2014 – Writing Project Proposals, PROTECTA –the Center for Civil Society Development, Niš
  • September 2015 – Youth Engagement in Serbia – from Users to Promoters of Development Cooperation, the National Parliament, Leskovac
  • October 2015 – From the National Study to the National Strategy for Preventing Sexual Child Abuse in the Field of Education Public Debate, the Center for Girls, Niš
  • December 2015 – The Conference on Violence against Women/Girls, the Center for Girls, Niš
  • December 2015 – Women/Media/Violence Panel Discussion, the Center for Girls, Niš
  • January 2016 – The Capacity Building of the Center for Girls
  • February 2016 – General training on the topic of human trafficking, held by Ivana Radović and Jovana Kotić (ASTRA), organized by AT Network.
  • SOS Helpline Training, organized by the Center for Girls, Niš)
  • Forum Theatre Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 18-25, 2016, Niš)
  • SOS Training on the Prevention against Human Trafficking, organized by the Center for Girls (February 26-29, 2016, Niš)
  • Preparing a project proposal in compliance with EU standards – PCM LFA, organized by Trag Foundation (February 29- March 2, 2016, Zlatibor)
  • Peer Education on Human Trafficking, organized by AT Network (March 11-13, 2016, Niš)
  • AT Network Capacity Building, organized by AT Network (March 19-20, 2016, Niš)
  • ArtFemine III – The Land of Girls, organized by the Center for Girls (July 15-17, 2016, Niš)
  • An organizer of 2nd Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (July 24-31, 2016, Sićevo)
  • XI PitchWise Festival – Connecting 2016, organized by Cure Foundation (September 7-11, 2016, Sarajevo)

Marija Virijević

Education: Working and living environment engineer

Engagement in NGO sector: An activist of the Center for Girls, a performer of the feminist-activist theatre of the Center for Girls, a client coordinator in the Center for Girls

Skills: English, Spanish, computer skills, communication skills, taking initiative, photography, making vintage jewellery

Seminars and Trainings:

  • The training for volunteers of the Center for Girls (Niš, 2015);
  • The Conference called The Public Debate on the Strategies for Gender Equality 2016-2020 (Niš, September 8, 2015);
  • The Conference on Violence against Women/Girls, organized by the Center for Girls, Niš (December 2015);
  • Women/Media/Violence Panel Discussion, the Center for Girls, Niš (December 2015);
  • The Training for Project Management within the organization capacity building, organized by the Center for Girls, Niš. The training was held by Tatjana Obradović Tošić, and it lasted 4 days (Niš, January 28-31, 2016);
  • The general training on the topic of human trafficking. The training was held by Ivana Radović and Jovana Kotić (ASTRA), and organized by AT Network (Vrnjačka Banja, February 6, 2016);
  • The round table on The Local Support Network for the Prevention of Children Marriages. The consultative process was run by Ivona Gvozdenović, Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation (Niš, February 12, 2016 );
  • Instructive training for SOS Helpline (February 15-17, 2016)
  • Forum Theatre Training, organized by the Center for Girls (February 18-25, 2016, Niš)
  • SOS Training on the Prevention against Human Trafficking, organized by the Center for Girls (February 26-29, 2016, Niš)
  • Press Conference concerning the International Sex Workers' Rights Day (March 3, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Peer Education on Human Trafficking, organized by AT Network (March 11-13, 2016, Niš)
  • AT Network Capacity Building, organized by AT Network (March 19-20, 2016, Niš)
  • Social Activisam Forum – Women's Government (May 13, 2016, Niš)
  • Women's Leadership Academy, participation at the second meeting of women politicians and NGO representatives (June 2, 2016, Belgrade)
  • Fund Raising Training, organized by Trag Foundation (July 11-14, 2016, Petrovac)
  • ArtFemine III – The Land of Girls, organized by the Center for Girls (July 15-17, 2016, Niš)
  • An organizer of 2nd Feminist Art Colony in Sićevo (July 24-31, 2016, Sićevo)
  • Consultative Meeting on the Action Plan for Implementing the Initiative on the Open Governance Partnership in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2016-2017 (Auguts 19, 2016, Niš)
  • XI PitchWise Festival – Connecting 2016, organized by Cure Foundation (September 7-11, 2016, Sarajevo)
  • "How to Gain Trust?" Meeting (September 20, 2016, Belgrade)
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