CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER DONATES A COMPUTER AND A SOFTWARE TO ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Belgrade, 4 December 2012 - His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander and the First Secretary and Consul of Australia Mr. Todd Hepworth donated a computer with software for the blind and vision impaired persons to the Association of Students with Disabilities this morning during a visit to the Office of the Association of Students with Disabilities.
The Crown Prince Alexander Foundation for Education is actively working on social inclusion projects and helping students and people with disabilities to be proactive members of the society. Mr. Samuilo Petrovski, National Director of EUS and Mr. Milan Jovanovic, President of Association of Students with disability welcomed the distinguished guests and accepted the kind donation that will help the education of blind and vision impaired persons.
The Crown Prince Alexander II Foundation for Education has started a “Tune in” project that will last a year with the support of the Australian Embassy in Serbia and Motivational trainer Mr. Dragan Vojvodic that aims to encourage people with disability through motivational seminars and educational workshops to take an active part and become highly skilled and equal participants in the job market. The project was encouraged by Mr. Nik Vujicic the famous motivational speaker that visited Serbia recently.
To take part at the motivational lectures for students with disabilities please contact: 011/306 4010; 011/306 4012 or e-mail:email@example.com