Informing about Special Mobility Strand – UES and UBL

UES and UBL had three activities for informing people about Special Mobility Stand.

TV appearance at RTRS studio in East Sarajevo

This dissemination activity included TV appearance of prof. dr Biljana Sladoje Bošnjak, coordination of Trans2Work project at the University of East Sarajevo, together with her colleague from the partner University of Banja Luka – prof. dr Draženko Jorgić and Vera Bošković, activist in the nongovernmental organizations. TV show named “U fokusu ” (In Focus) was held on the 1st March, 2017 at the leading national television of Republic of Srpska (RTRS) at the prime time on this television. The theme of the show was (Un)equal Chances – the status of students with disabilities.
They talked about the status of students with disabilities these days. The issues addressed were: whether or not persons with disabilities face limited access and success within their secondary and higher education, and if that later results with limited opportunities for their employment. The general theme of the show was: Do these persons have an adequate support?
Attached here are some photos from that TV show, together with the website link of RTRS where this show can be seen.
http://www.rtrs.tv/av/pusti.php?id=67661

Info day about Special Mobility Strand at Faculty of Philosophy, UES

The info-day was attended by around 20 participants: SwD, students, and academic staff. It was organized at the Faculty of Philosophy, on Thursday 9 March, 2017 in one of the faculty classrooms.
The aim of this dissemination activity was to inform the academic staff, SwDs and students about the general information regarding the programme of student and staff mobility within the Erasmus + programme – Special Mobility Strand. These information included details about the higher education institutions with which University of East Sarajevo needs to sign the inter-institutional agreements (with UNS, UNIKG, BMU, and 1 HEI in Podgorica), and to which countries students can ultimately travel. In addition, the audience was informed about the mobility strand issues such as: mobility numbers per academic year, recommend language skills, calendar, insurance, financial issues and the respect of fundamental principles and other mobility requirements. All of these issues will be covered by the inter-institutional agreement.
After all this was presented to the participants, teachers opened the discussion for the present students with possible question for further clarification. After the discussion, SwDs who were interested to take part in students mobility were selected. Since altogether 6 students were interested and only 4 students can go, the list with their names was forwarded to the University’s office for international relations for them to form some criteria for their selection.

Special Mobility Strand – debate at Faculty of Philosophy, UES

The debate was attended by around 10 participants: SwDs, students, and academic staff. It was organized at the Faculty of Philosophy, on Thursday 8 June, 2017 in one of the faculty classrooms.
The aim of this dissemination activity was to inform the SwDs who have decided to participate in the programme of student mobility about the newest development concerning their travels and stays in one of the selected Universities – UNS, UNIKG, BMU and UDG. These information included details about things they are expected to do in this preparation period before their ultimate travel. They are informed that most of the issues concerning their stay and travel will be regulated by the inter-institutional agreement and the contracts they will sign. Also, students are asked to leave their contact numbers and email addresses, so they can be reachable for the administrative officials at the UES for further steps in their travel organization.
After this, teachers informed other students who were present about the activities done within this project so far, and encouraged them to participate actively in this project.
Altogether 4 students with disabilities from UES were interested for the mobility and the list with their names was forwarded to the University’s office for international relations. These students are:
1. Dejan Baković
2. Vanja Grujić
3. Goran Ristić
4. Milica Ijačić