CHILDREN SAID

True family should, from the our earliest period, teach us how to love and respect.

Jovana, 16 year old

I have the right and obligation to go to school

Marko, 10 years old

I have the right to be protected and no one can abuse me.

Milan, 6 years old

I have the right to live and play, and it must be heard by everyone.

Jelena, 9 years old

Happy is the Child with the family who love, advice and support them.

Marina, 15 year old

At the invitation of ENOC (European Network of Ombudspersons for Children), young advisors of the Ombudsman for Children of Republic of Srpska will participate in work of the 2.ENOC/ENYA meeting to be held in the "Queen's University" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, from July 24 – 26. 2011.

Project of Network of Young Advisors ENYA started its work in 2010. with the aim of promoting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and child’s rights in general, strengthening the rights of the child to express opinions and participate in all proceedings affecting them, and the involvement of young people in the work of the institutions of Ombudsman for Children, so that children trough the work of the institution, with their opinions, proposals and initiatives contribute that their voices are heard in places where decisions are made that affect them.

In Belfast, 19 young people together, from 10 European countries will discuss the issues of education, health, violence and the Internet.

Young advisors of the Ombudsman for Children of Republic of Srpska, accompanied by a representative of the Institution, psychologist Andrea Stanković, will have the opportunity to discuss the four priority themes which are set at a meeting of ENOC in 2010. held in Strasbourg, France. With colleagues from Croatia young advisors from Republic of Srpska are the only representatives of young people from former Yugoslavia.

The costs of travel and stay in Belfast are covered by the organizer.