Hi Neighbour

Hi Neighbour!

Zdravo Da Ste / Hi Neighbour is local, non-governmental, non-profit organization officially registered in 1994. The Programme was initiated by
a group of volunteer developmental psychologists from Belgrade in 1992.

Annual Meeting 2013

CONVERSATION WITH CHILDHOOD


Hi Neighbour is local, non-governmental, non-profit organization officially registered in 1994. The Programme was initiated by a group of volunteer developmental psychologists from Belgrade in 1992, and during the following years expanded to a network of psychologists, educators, social workers and others covering 24 municipalities in Serbia.
Workshop activities began in January 1992 in the collective centers for refugees in Pionirski grad in Belgrade, and in the collective center of the Red Cross in Bogovadja, where people from war-affected areas from former Yugoslavia were settled. In the beginning, the Programme focused on people in collective centers; since 1997, the Programme has included refugees living in private accommodations, and in summer 1999, internally displaced people from Kosovo and Metohia.
After NATO bombardment of Serbia in 1999, the Programme for Children and Youth included a new alternative pattern of activities. This Child and Culture Programme centered on building relations with cultural resources and reached the children from primary schools in Belgrade region. From October 2000 the Hi Neighbour (HN) Programme for school children started to be performed in primary schools in Serbia. In the beginning of 2002, the HN Programme for Preschool Children was officially accepted by the Ministry of Education and has been expanding to the preschool institutions in Serbia.Hi Neighbour
  • GS2013

    Annual Meeting 2013

    Date: first weekend in December
    Place: Vrnjacka Banja

  • vb

    Weekend encounter in Belgrade

    Greetings from Belgrade to children...

  • Workshop Book

    Workshop Book

    Belgrade, Geca Kon bookstore,
    May 18, 2013.

  • Pokretna biblioteka

    Moving Library

    The project BOOK is supported by NGO ACC Tokyo and JICA Tokyo

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