Dozens of students of the Faculty of Law have become part of voluntary activities to deal with the issue of mental health
Dozens of students of the Faculty of Law of the University of Prishtina have become part of the activities that the group of volunteers of the “Ethics Club” from this faculty are organizing through Grant for Volunteerism, with the aim of dealing with the issue of mental health during the period of studies and especially the period of exams.
Through open debates on this topic, discussions with health professionals, production of awareness materials, sports activities, camps, movie nights and various recreations, this group has managed to provide information but also enable the practice of forms that help students in anxiety and stress management, during the period of exams and studies in general.
If you have ideas on how to engage volunteers for public health causes or other issues that promote civic activism, apply to the next call for Volunteer Grants: https://bit.ly/3NFAuMh
Application deadline: July 28, 2022, at 3:00 p.m.
This project was developed with the financial support of the European Union and co-financing from Sweden and is supported through the Resource Center for Civil Society in Kosovo implemented by the Kosovo Foundation for Civil Society (KCSF) and Community Building Mitrovica (CBM).
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