2 April 2011th
United Nations in Serbia and Serbian Republic Association for Persons with Autism invite you to mark World Autism Day.
Time: 12:00 to 13:00
Location: Art Gallery, Republic Square 5
The event will be a concert uprličen Aleksandar Simic and his ensemble Seraphim and a special program for children with autistic spectrum in which the učestvavti clown doctors, magicians and dancers.
Interested visitors will after this event will have the opportunity to attend the local premiere of the documentary "Fairy Song", directed by Vladimir Ilic and produced by the Children's Cultural Center Maydan.
Please confirm your pristusvo by email: communications.rs @ undp.org .
Belgrade this year and joins the global campaign "Illuminated blue" in which the famous landmarks and buildings will be lit in blue light in support of autism. Republic Square, the statue of Victor, New Railway Bridge are just some of the features of which will be highlighted in blue in the night 1 and 2 April.
See the official invitation:
22, and 23 January 2011, organized by the Balkan Media Team and the Support Center for socially excluded citizens kategorijma "Step forward," under the auspices of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, held a training on "Public Relations and Public Speaking for persons with disabilities" in which was attended by our representatives.
On "Days of special education", held from the 13th to the 15th of January in Subotica, president of the Association presented a paper entitled "Autism in Serbia."
Under the slogan "For a life without barriers", organized by Hendi Center Coliseum and the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, a ceremony was held at the Sava Center on the occasion of December 3 - International Day of Persons with Disabilities, with the participation of musical workshops Ruspoli
Music Workshop Ruspoli took part in the first inclusive festival "Note for all" of the 2nd of November of 2010 at the Teatro "Joakim Vujic" in Kragujevac, organized by the Institute of adults with "Male bees"
18th-19th October of 2010, under the auspices of UNDP Serbia and Autism Speaks, the seminar was "Let's talk about autism"
The Association is a partner in the project "Regional Center for Monitoring the rights of persons with disabilities in Eastern Europe" together with the Centre for orijenaciju Society and the University of York
As members of the Autism Europe, we are obliged to annually attend the General Assembly of Autism Europe