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See How She Does It

26.08.2017 12:30

Mentors and mentees will have an opportunity to visit the rural hub in Vrmdža on Saturday, August 26, and talk with founder and director Dragana Tomić Pilipović on the theme See How She Does It.

Economic empowerment of women is important and contributes to the adoption of new values and creation of new jobs, regional and rural development; it induces greater social inclusion of women and adds to their economic independence; it creates a basis for progress in the field of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and cooperatives, and changes the framework of thinking about gender equality.

Goal of the study trip is that participant of the program see how the enterpreunes are working, to discuss entrepreneurship, experiences of entrepreneurial endeavors, with an emphasis on women entrepreneurs, and personal challenges and motivation for starting business. This is a great opportunity for participants to advance and develop their knowledge and skills on this subject, discuss different experiences and, perhaps in the future, decide on being entrepreneurs themselves.



12.00 - 12.30
Toour through Latino City 

12.30 - 13.30
Lunch in Rural HUB

Every beginning has its beginning - a story about Rural HUB from a personal angle

Visit to Church (with a viewpoint) and a Museum


The Program ,,Share your knowledge” is an unique program which gives opportunity for personal and professional development of women. The program is based on concept of mentoring, and is aimed on developing support between women, through sharing of knowledge, experience and solidarity, promotion of good role models, networking and making women stronger. The main goal of the program is the professional and personal growth of women in our society, through the sharing of knowledge and experiences. The main idea of the program is to have successful and competent women, leaders for different professions that will share their knowledge and experience with young women with similar interests in order to contribute to the making of new opportunities for young women for the development of their careers with the intention of making a positive shift and establishing a healthy base for future long-lasting cooperation. The Mentoring model was developed in other parts of the world and it is successfully realized in all social areas, from science and business to politics. This model is adapted to Serbia considering our environment and social opportunities.

The Embassy of the United States of America in Belgrade, ERSTE bank, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) jountly implement program “Share your knowledge - Become a Mentor” from 2010.

More about the program you can read on the page Share Your Knowledge.




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