A workshop was held at Amica Educa to focus on Amica Educa's Advocacy and Communication Strategy, led by representatives of INFOHOUSE Foundation...More
Amica Educa provides offers educational and psycho-social services to citizens.
Amica Educa has a positive influence on mental and social health of citizens in the community by focusing on the promotion and improvement of the mental and social health, and the prevention and treatment of mental health issues.
20 Years of Association Amica Educa existence and work
Directed by Florence Gross from Switzerland
Created for marking of the 20 years of Association Amica Educa existence and work
In cooperation with the Association for Entrepreneurship and Business of Mostar, a survey was conducted during March and April 2019 to gauge users' satisfaction with Amica Educa's services... More
Amica Educa Association continues to provide the project "Empowered - Active in the Labor Market" to long-term unemployed women aged 30 to 45 at all levels of education, registered at...More
I spent 20 years closed off in my house. I did not believe that I could learn something new, I was especially afraid of computers. Today I can already do my own research and work on my computer independently. This experience was great for me; I notice and so do people around me how much my self-confidence I raised and how much I enjoy life these days.
Now I have better understanding of my parents and my relationship with them improved. I used to be tied in knots thinking about my family, without knowing how to fix it or improve my situation. Thanks to this workshop I found solutions, what to do and how to understand myself, especially, better. I feel less guilty for certain events in my life and lives of my loved ones. I stand up for myself much more, I take my inner child much more seriously and I now understand the importance of self-care.
It is very important for me that I got an opportunity to learn how to prepare and present myself at a job interview. I never had this opportunity before and I do believe that it is very important for us unemployed women. One day when I find employment I think that knowledge that I gained at the education will be beneficial for my communication abilities and meeting leading.
I grew up in a very patriarchal family where certain rules are followed and where I as a woman do not have rights that I believe I should have. Often, I do not even have the right to express my opinion on something. On those occasions when I would sometimes react in a way that is not in accordance with our family rules, I would be shushed by other, older women. After I became aware at this workshop that I am responsible for my own emotions and needs, and now that I know that I am not threatening anyone else, I got the strength and the will to start fighting for myself more. By following my feelings, I am certain that I can finally do something good for myself. I am fighting for myself, for my rights for my I!
I am now changing my approach to organization and fulfillment of short term goals, I take care and seek balance in setting boundaries, and I work on improving children’s potentials through rules I learned at the workshop.
As a man I came to the gender equality workshop ready to be attacked and ready to take part in heated discussions, however, once at the workshop I could not help but agree with everything that was said and I found that I did not need to defend myself or entire male sex.
I became aware that sexual abuse is present all around us, of the magnitude of the issue and how complex personal consequences are. Now I have more courage to handle this topic as a professional. Signs and symptoms that I look for in my clients have expanded because now I can take into consideration some specific symptoms of sexual abuse. Theory that I learned here I already shared with my colleagues even thought I think that it would be good for all of them to attend this workshop.