The project will produce a TV show in the “interview” format with Marko Filipović (project manager – PwD), in cooperation with local television “Kursumlija”. The location of the shooting is the office of the Organization of people with disabilities of Kursumlija, 6 Kost Vojinovica Street in Kursumlija..Video and audio will be available on the You Tube channel.

At the beginning and end of the video clip produced, information screens will be displayed with all the necessary visibility elements and disclaimer text.

Interview with Marko Filipovic, project manager-Pwd on the project “Activate for more opportunities”. The project is funded by the EU, and co-financed by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, through a grant scheme “Supporting the European Union for Active Youth Engagement.

 

Questions to be answered by project manager-PwD Marko Filipovic:

The question:

  1. 1. Marko Filipovic will share his story on the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community?

The answer:

Hello everyone who watches this show. I’m Marko Filipovic, project manager on the project activate for more opportunities and person with disibilities. A sense of belonging                        and involvement in the community, the business environment and flows is one of the               most important things to me. Feeling involved is an extremely important thing for me.                    The colleagues   I work with give me support and boost my confidence. When we work together                          on a project and achieve a good result, that quality and good feeling  are simply invaluable.              It is also a very  nice feeling, when I can share my knowledge and help other                            people with disabilities get involved equally and be members of the community.

The question:

  1. How important is employment?

The answer:

Employment like any other person provides for existence, but to me as a person with disibilities it is more than that, that I am worthy to be useful and to be respected is more important to me than anything. That is why, in the employment process, community support is crucial.

The question:

  1. How important is the support of the colleagues you work with?

The answer:

A comfortable work environment is very important to me. The support of my colleagues I work with is of the utmost importance to me so that I cannot easily fulfil my tasks. That feeling on the team that you are empowered and supportive of others is extremely good.

 

The question:

  1. What do you say to job seekers with disabilities?

The answer:

Don’t sit at home and wait for the job to come to you, with a little hard work everyone can find a job. Knock on every door and don’t give up. Get active, get a job, be an equal member of the community, because life is a constant struggle.

 The target group People with disabilities, employers and the general public Technical information: • The length of the TV show is 5 minutes• The TV show will be recorded in MPEG4 H264 format• Video resolution 1080p – 1920x1080• Audio quality 44 KHz, 16 bit Stereo• The complete spoken text will be subtitled• The speaker’s name and title will be visible (subtitle signature)• All text, logo, welcome and introductory screen, signature and subtitle will be in Cyrillic• During the TV show, a cronyte (runner) will appear repeatedly in the lower right corner with the following caption: This activity is part of a project funded by the EU, financed by the EU, worth 4.7 million Euros. Republic of Serbia. The project is managed by the Ministry of Finance – Sector for contracting and financing programs from EU funds, while the final beneficiaries of the project are the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans’ and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Youth and Sports

Project ”Activate for more opportunities!” is a part of the European Union Support to Active Youth Inclusion grant scheme

Organization of people with Disabilities of Kuršumlija, Koste Vojinovića 6, 18430 Kuršumlija

                                             uos.kursumlija@gmail.com

Project funded by the European Union and co-financed by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, and implemented by the Organization of People with Disabilities of Kuršumlija and Municipality of Kuršumlija

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