Training courses for the employees of C.S.I. Nadez

29 Jun Training courses for the employees of C.S.I. Nadez

In the last few weeks, through our partner organizations and associates, C.S.I. Nadez was given an opportunity to send its own representatives to trainings for specialization and further education on topics of interest for the association, in line with our work and beneficial for our target group.

In this manner, thanks to the Step by Step association, between the 8th and 10th of June, our educator Jovica Dimitrijevski attended a training course tittled “Creating opportunities for success – Multilingual learning environments for Romani children”, in Leiden, the Netherlands.

The main topics of the training were:

  • Development of children’s language competences
  • Roma language and Roma dialects
  • Environment that promotes development of the language competences (promotion of games and interaction)
  • Language, culture and identity
  • Developing literacy
  • Didactic resources
  • Working with images
  • Building bridges – Roma families participation
  • Learning Roma language in schools and in preschool centers


In collaboration with the Association for Health Education and Research H.E.R.A., our educator Sonja Mladenovska and our social worker Stanika Gligorova attended a training for advocacy with agreement authorities of the United Nations, where through a workshop they obtained knowledge and understanding of techniques in this work field, including:

  • What are the UN’s monitoring agreement authorities and what is their purpose
  • What is the cycle of reporting like and the process of national assessment that the monitoring agreement authorities carry out
  • Where and when can the activists and NGOs participate in the process
  • What is Macedonia’s reporting status toward which the monitoring authorities can submit a letter of intentions and a shadow report in 2015 and 2016
  • What are the international human rights and the most valuable and relevant mechanisms for Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
  • What are the countries’ responsibilities according to the international right to human rights in the SRHR context



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