Youth Spotlight

Story of “Dragan”: Balkan boys challenge post-war machismo

May 15, 2016 Cinema, Youth Spotlight

At 15, Dragan Kisin was beating kids up, drinking, and getting in all sorts of trouble. His father had left home to avoid gambling debts, and his mother was in despair. Then Dragan joined the Be a Man club in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Banja Luka. He is now a community leader and non-violence advocate.

Uroš Radulović on joining Be a Man Club (BMK), Belgrade

February 9, 2013 Youth Spotlight

My story about “Be a Man Club” started in early 2012. Workshops have started and caught my attention with topics which are different than the things we usually do in school, and they look much different than the usual classes we have, so I decided to stay and participate.

Denis Hadžović on joining Be a Man Club (BMK), Zagreb

February 8, 2013 Youth Spotlight

I was walking around the school and saw a strange stand in the hall, which was surrounded by many students. I approached it and asked what it was all about. Guys from BMC explained it to me and asked me if I wanted to join them.

Armin Licina on joining Be a Man Club (BMK)

June 1, 2011 Youth Spotlight

Something happened in school, something that caught my attention. I did not have an idea what it was all about and I wanted to find out…

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