|Ambassadors’ name||Jasmina Pislevikj|
|Date of the discussion||27.01.2014|
|Place and address||Faculty of Mechanical engineering, Orce Nikolov bb, 1000 Skopje, R. Macedonia|
|Name and contact person in the Institution||Irena Dukovska, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Number of Participants||22|
|No of female Participants||12|
|No of Male Participants||10|
|Occupation of the Participants||students|
What was the topic of the discussion and how was organised?
“The power of identity. I am the change I want to see in the world”
Invited students and friends first on students’ organization level, than spread by Facebook among the friends.
The beginning was brief explanation about the conference in Belgrade, my motivation, how I became ambassador and why it is great to be an ambassador.
Than intro in discrimination, tolerance, prejudices, and stereotypes.
Watched the documentary “A class divided”
Done the exercise about discrimination without enough information (about Lejla and Muhamed)
Discussing the exercise and the whole lecture
Explain the reaction of the participants on your speech.
Positive, satisfied, interested in the topic and becoming an ambassador
Have you notice the impact of your lecture on the participants? Explain.
Yes. They were chatting and expressing feelings about the documentary, persuading between each other about the story for Lejla and expressing interest about the topic and what is next and how we should spread the idea for reconciliation
What were the questions posed by the participants and how did you react?
How did I get in common with the topics, as a mechanical engineer, and whole program in Belgrade among all the other participants that already had some knowledge about the topics.
How did I like it.
My reaction was that I did not really need lot of knowledge before and that the lectures, lecturers and organizers had made great organization and approach so I had really useful discussions, and I recommended everyone to try become ambassador.