Crown Prince Alexander II officially opened the first lecture “Tune In” for professional improvement of people with disabilities
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander officialy opened the first lecture of his Foundation for Culture and Education that launched the project “TUNE IN” on Friday, 30th November for helping people with dissabilities to advance professionaly by organizing the first motivational lecture at the Royal Palace.
HRH Crown Prince Alexander, HRH Crown Princess Katherine together with H.E. Dr Helena Studdert, Ambassador of Australia welcomed the participants after which the participants took part in interactive workshops led by Dragan Vojvodic, the most acknowledged motivational speaker in Serbia.
“TUNE IN” project was ignited and inspired by Nick Vujicic’s lecture in The White Palace for the socially responsible companies and students with disabilities. It will be a yearlong project in which participants will engage in various trainings, courses and lectures that will make them skilled and eligible for reaching the employment market demand.
The partnership of HRH Crown Prince Alexander Foundation for culture and education with the Australian embassy in Belgrade adds the additional value to the project since Australia is the best example as a country with the highest level of inclusion of people with disabilities.
The first lecture series is dedicated to personal and professional development lasting for four months. Mr. Dragan Vojvodic, highly skilled trainer, will deliver lectures which will be free for the participants at The White Palace every Wednesday from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M.