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Veljko Petrović Foundation

By Aleksandar | 24 September, 2021 |

Veljko Petrović Foundation Veljko Petrović Gymnasium Foundation The Foundation of the Gymnasium “Veljko Petrović” Sombor was founded as a non-governmental, non-profit, voluntary organization to obtain scholarships for young people. The goals of the foundation are, among other things, the organization of seminars, educational camps, workshops, forums, and panel discussions; public gatherings dedicated to science, culture,…

Art Aparat

By Aleksandar | 24 June, 2021 |

Art Aparat Art Aparat was founded in 2015, with the desire to use music and sound as a tool for making a change in society. Through different projects, we focus our support to those who don’t have so many opportunities to learn and develop their skills and who often feel excluded and isolated. Here are…

Sergei Polunin Foundation

By Aleksandar | 9 April, 2021 |

Sergei Polunin Foundation Sergei Polunin is one of the world’s most pre-eminent ballet dancers. Sergei Polunin was born on November 20, 1989, in Kherson (Ukrainian SSR). At the age of 13, he moved to London where he studied at the British Royal Ballet School. At the age of 19, Sergei Polunin was named the Royal…

Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra – Music, a universal language that breaks down boundaries and builts bridges

By Uros | 12 October, 2020 |

The “Deca deci” Foundation and the Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra are a non-profit organization founded in 2007, in cooperation with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and under the auspices of the Belgrade City Assembly. The foundation brings together experts from various fields, lovers of classical music and aims to promote the musical education of children in the…

Don’t litter. No Excuses!

By Uros | 26 August, 2020 |

DON’T LITTER. NO EXCUSES! Don’t Litter. No Excuses! is one of the core long-term projects and comprehensive public campaigns that SBB Foundation has developed and implemented in five years. The aim of the Project is to raise awareness on the importance of environmental protection amongst children and adults in Serbia. The main activities within the Project…

Nisville Jazz Festival

By Aleksandar | 26 June, 2020 |

Nishville Jazz Festival The International Nisville Jazz Festival is the most visited jazz festival in Southeast Europe, since its establishment in 1995. From the begining, Nisville Jazz Festival consistently defend the European values of multiculturalism and patiently tend the sophisticated musical taste of individuals. Confirmation of this, among other things, was publication in the European…

Boxing Club Radnicki

By Aleksandar | 1 May, 2020 |

Boxing Club Radnicki Belgrade BC Radnicki Belgrade is a combination of tradition and victory. An unbreakable chain of desire for success and duration. It is the oldest boxing club in Serbia with a tradition of more than 100 years. It was founded in 1920. Awarded with 9 titles of team national champion, thirty-eight titles of…

Music and Art Project

By Aleksandar | 1 May, 2020 |

Music and Art Project (MAP) Music Art Project (MAP) is an organization that has been working for 6 years to provide perspective and a new chance and hope for equality for socially endangered children and children from displaced areas through its “Music of Hope” (Muzika Nade) program. This educational and socially inclusive model is applied…

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Saint Sava – interesting moments from his life, things you may not have known

By Aleksandar | 26 January, 2022

Saint Sava – interesting moments from his life, things you may not have known Today is Saint Sava day – a school holiday. This a day when the life and work of the first Serbian cosmopolitan and great educator should be celebrated! We will probably not be wrong when we say that Saint Sava is…

Old Crafts 2

By Aleksandar | 24 January, 2022

Old Crafts 2 In today’s blog, we bring you the second part of the story about the old crafts of Serbia. If you missed the first part of this interesting story, please find it here. According to the latest reporting dating from 2017, there are 617 certified workshops of old crafts in Serbia, which are…

Christmas Event at Children’s Shelter

By Aleksandar | 14 January, 2022

Christmas Event @ Children’s Shelter We have launched an independent project “Click for Kids” with which we want to bring joy and knowledge to the aborts, orphanages, and shelters in Serbia. Our BonTon illustrated coloring book “How to become a super hero of super-behavior” has found its place in the New Year’s packages for the…

Serbian-Russian Medallions – Rimsky-Korsakov

By Aleksandar | 13 January, 2022

Rimsky Korsakov In the latest episode of “Serbian-Russian Medallions”, we are bringing you a very interesting story about the famous Russian composer Rimsky Korsakov. Rimsky Korsakov (1844-1908) was considered one of the five composers known as the “Big Five”. Rimsky Korsakov devoted most of his compositional work to composing opera. There are 15 operas left…

Kopaonik – Sunny mountain

By Aleksandar | 11 January, 2022

Kopaonik – Sunny mountain National Park Kopaonik is a protected zone, one part of the mountain, and by the number of endemic species represents one of the most significant centers of biodiversity of endemic flora in Serbia. At the same time this is one of the largest skiing centers in the country. This mountain range…

Alexander Pushkin

By Aleksandar | 23 December, 2021

Alexander Pushkin We present you the seventh episode from the series “Serbian-Russian medallions” about Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin. Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was born on June 6, 1799, in Moscow, and died in St. Petersburg on February 10, 1837. This is a story about an exceptional person, a great Russian writer who has a lot in common…

Christmas cake

By Aleksandar | 23 December, 2021

Christmas cake Holiday time is approaching. Festive time also brings us a festive mood. Wallets will become thinner and tables rich! Christmas is often called the happiest holiday for Christians. It is believed that Christmas brings happiness, love, and harmony. Christmas is a day to celebrate family and family values. Christmas – The happiest holiday…

Dositej Obradović – Part 2

By Aleksandar | 12 December, 2021

Dositej Obradovic – Part 2 In previous blog about one of the most famous figures of Serbian enlightenment, we spoke about Dositej Obradovic’s search for knowledge and changes of heart regarding his own identity as a scholar. In this part, we’ll be getting a bit deeper into what exactly Dositej actually left behind- and how…

Human Rights Day

By Aleksandar | 10 December, 2021

Human Rights Day Each year, on the 10th of December the Human Rights Day. Human Rights Day aims to honor the UN General Assembly’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). That was the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements for the new Assembly of the United Nations. However,…

World Computer Literacy Day

By Aleksandar | 3 December, 2021

World Computer Literacy Day Each year on the 2nd of December, around the World, the World Computer Literacy Day has been celebrated. This day emerged from the constant need to raising the awareness and to drive digital literacy underserved communities worldwide. It is a day when we promote technological achievements, and skills. The special aim…

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