“This has been my first BRAVO program and experience, and it is safe to say it did not disappoint. I was lucky enough for it to be revolved around a passion of mine which has been with me since childhood – skiing. Later on this sport integrated in my professional life and became a job, a job for which I was happy to expand on to my skills and knowledge in this project. Integration of all social groups is important and I have been well aware of that, however when you interact with people who live lives with disabilities and professionals which taught us how to properly approach the subject and problems we may face in those work situations, definitely becomes an eye-opener to the ‘ideal’ world we live in. In addition to learning new approaches to the work of a ski instructor, I was also taught compassion and understanding of individuals, as we are just that: we all have different living habits, thoughts and opinion and discussing them and experiencing new people is always an experience in itself. I did not really have specific expectations for this project, however it exceeded anything I could have expected and I wish to participate in many more to come!”Iman Sijerčić

“The training for trainers fulfilled most of the expectations I had before the beginning of this part of the project. I would single out the presentation of Prof. Romana Romanov, who touched on topics that are essentially related to inclusion itself. The suggestion for the next trainings would refer to more practical examples from the field. Nijaz Memić

“Throughout the project Training of Trainers “Cooperation” l listened to experts who were speaking about topics that are very important to me as a ski instructor working with young children. The organization itself was great, I had much fun on the day of our arrival on Kopaonik. Through many fun games that the professor showed us, we managed to get to know other participants. On the Ski Fest I was able to enjoy many sports with a great team including volleyball on snow, golf and arm wrestling. On this journey I met many good and wise people, and I truly wish to participate in a project like this again.” Alaia Uzičanin

“I am very glad that I was chosen to participate in the coach training program held in Kopaonik, where we could exchange a lot of knowledge and skills about inclusion in sports and the approach to people with developmental difficulties or disabilities, and how to teach them skiing skills. The project is also very beneficial because I met many quality people and friends with whom I had a great time. I am looking forward to the continuation of the project and to learning and socializing again.” Alen Bičakčić

“It was an awesome experience, and I am happy to have the opportunity to be part of this project. I gained new knowledge and educational tools on how to work with children depending on the different possible disabilities or disabilities we may face. I met wonderful people, trainers and participants. All praises and recommendations to everyone.” – Saliha Begić

“Attending the Training for Trainers focused on inclusion in sports at Kopaonik was an enlightening experience that exceeded all my expectations. Over the course of three days, I had the opportunity to engage in a variety of interactive activities and attend captivating presentations that deepened my understanding of inclusivity in sports. From discussions on accessible facilities to strategies for promoting diversity in teams, each session provided valuable insights that I’m eager to incorporate into my work.


One of the highlights of the training was the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with fellow participants who shared a passion for creating inclusive sporting environments. The collaborative atmosphere fostered meaningful discussions and sparked new ideas for driving positive change in our respective communities. Overall, I left the training feeling inspired and equipped with practical tools to champion inclusivity in sports. I’m grateful for the experience and look forward to applying what I’ve learned to make a difference in the lives of athletes of all backgrounds.” –Lamija Bašović

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