World Computer Literacy Day

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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Dositej Obradovic

Dositej Obradovic – Part 1 Dositej Obradovic (1739 – 1811) was one of the most important Serbian writers, philosophers, and educators of the eighteenth century. Just before the end of his life, he became the first Minister of Education in Serbia, after the exceptional role he played during the First Serbian Uprising. He is the…

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Nikolay Raevsky In the previous episode of Serbian-Russian medallions, we spoke about the substantial numbers of Russian volunteers about three thousand officers and soldiers who came to Serbia. We mentioned the name of Colonel Nikolai Nikolayevich Raevski. Nikolai Nikolayevich Raevski comes from the old aristocratic Russian family Raevski, which has its aristocratic roots since the…

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Fondacija Veljko Petrovic

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,…

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International Literacy Day

International Literacy Day The idea to establish the International Literacy Day appeared in September 1966 at the World Conference of Ministers of Education, held in Tehran. The topic of this conference was solving the problem of eradicating illiteracy. September 8 was chosen as Literacy Day, and UNESCO began marking the International Literacy Day the following…

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