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Enolončnica # 12 - Social activism for migration in Slovenia and pushbacks

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In the 12th episode of Enolončnica we talked with Desmond from Cameroon and Katja Ustoša from Slovenia.

Desmond came to Slovenia in 2021 through the Balkan route and is seeking asylum. Both Desmond and Katja are members of Infokolpa initiative which tries to raise awareness of the conditions of people on the move on the Balkan peninsula.

2nd round of journalistic training for migrant on Radio Študent

The 2nd round of journalistic training for migrants on Radio Študent started in march 2022. Mentor from Radio Študent introduced participants wiht different kind of journalistic articles and how to prepare them. These are mainly articles on advocacy topics such as experineces in regulating legal status, state of integration, and exercise of rights, daily life, social and cutural participations of migrants, conditions in coutries if origin, etc.,...

Education for Intercultural Mediators - 8.6.2022

On June 8, the second workshop for Intercultural Mediatros - Companionship programe took place at Slovenian Philantrophy.

The topic of the second seminar was "Intercultural Sensitivity in Slovenia". Participants shared many interesting life stories and experiences. With interactive approach, the workshop epowered them to offer better basic information and various forms of support to newly arrived memebers of their community - to help them integrate more easily.

10th anniversary of the serbian language radio show Kontrola leta

On May 5, a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the show "Kontrola leta" took place in the Gromka club on Metelkova with a panel discussion about Minorities and the media, a banquet and a DJ program. The anniversary was part of the 53rd birthday celebration of Radio Študent.

Dialogue Iftar dinner - 23.04.2022

On April 23, 2022, the event Iftar Dinner took place at the Slovenian Philanthropy in Ljubljana.

Around dinner table gathered people from 6 different countries: Iraq, Pakistan, Uganda, Nigeria, Slovenia and Turkey.