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Association "Society of United Civic Initiatives"

Association "Society of United Civic Initiatives"
Bosnia and Herzegovina
(+387) 33 460 128/288
Geographical Focus
National level
Type of organisation
Main Activity Type
Service ProvisionCapacity BuildingConsultancyPolicy developmentAdvocacyResearch and knowledgePublishing
Quality PedagogyChild RightsParenting SupportSocial inclusion special needs
Targeted Age Groups
Three to SixSix to TenTen+
Members target groups
ChildrenVulnerable marginilized childrenParents/care-takersEducatorsSocial workersSupervisors (inspectors)Managers of servicesPolicy makersLocal authoritiesStudentsIn-service training providers


Our vision is a democratic society in BiH, where human rights are respected and supported, with a special focus on the rights of children to equal access to quality education.
The aim of the Association DUGA is to support the process of democratization of BiH society by encouraging our fellow citizens to actively participate in this process and by providing our contribution to the reform of educational system in creating assumptions for the European future of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Activities of the Association DUGA include:
providing support to the establishment of an education system based on modern pedagogical principles that will enable optimal development of every child;
providing assistance in capacity building of holders of activities in the area of education (primary school teachers, pedagogues, parents);
providing assistance to children and youth with special needs to become involved in all spheres of life;
providing support to prevention and protection of mental health of children and the young in community.


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