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Facing the Сhallenges of Сhildren and Youth

Updated: Mar 5

We are delighted to share the news that the Multicultural Center Brusinka has been granted membership in the South Moravian Council of Children and Youth. We believe, that our collaborative partnership will be instrumental in enhancing and sustaining the center's initiatives, elevating the standard of informal education and training opportunities for children and youth.


The main mission of the South Moravian Council of Children and Youth (JRDM) is to support the interests of children and youth in accordance with the "Convention on the Rights of the Child," aiming at their comprehensive development and ensuring a full and dignified life.


It is well-known, that the vast realm of the Multicultural center's activities, a substantial focus is directed towards children, and this deliberate emphasis carries profound significance in the complex tapestry of today's society. The urgency stems from a disconcerting reality - children are compelled to grow up at an accelerated pace, navigating a world that often demands maturity beyond their tender years.

Even in the calm and safe city of Brno, we can observe the impact of conflicts on education. When for example the casualties of war extend to educational facilities and opportunities, children find themselves at the forefront of collateral damage. Whether fleeing their homes or coerced into learning the grim art of warfare, these children of conflict emerge into adulthood devoid of the essential knowledge and skills required to shape their futures and contribute meaningfully to their communities.



The consequences are far-reaching, with lives shattered and opportunities lost casting a long, dark shadow on society's stability and developmental trajectory. The future of a community is intricately tied to the capabilities of its rising generation, and when these capabilities are stunted or extinguished prematurely, the aftermath is nothing short of devastating.

It is within the innocent hearts of children that the seeds of creativity, magic, wonder, and mystery are sown. These elements, often overshadowed in the face of adversity, hold transformative power. The profound truth lies in the realization that the very core of healing the world resides in these untainted qualities of a child's heart. The magic of imagination, the wonder of discovery, and the mystery of innocence encapsulate the potential to mend the fractures of a fractured world.

Amidst the chaos and tumult of the grown-up world, we find solace and enlightenment in the company of children. Their unfiltered perspectives, unbridled curiosity, and unspoiled spirits serve as a beacon of hope in a world grappling with myriad challenges. It becomes increasingly evident that many of the world's afflictions, ranging from inner-city crime and discrimination to large-scale wars and terrorism, can be traced back to a common root - the theft of childhood.

The urgency to reclaim and preserve the magic, wonder, and mystery in the innocence of a child's heart becomes a clarion call for societal redemption. In a world marred by over-crowded prisons, escalating of economical and social crises, the restoration of childhood emerges as a foundational step toward healing the deep-seated wounds that manifest in various forms of societal malaise.

In essence, the multicultural center's dedication to children transcends the immediate and delves into the profound realms of societal transformation. By recognizing and safeguarding the sanctity of childhood, the center endeavors to plant the seeds of creativity that will, in time, blossom into the healing balm the world so desperately craves. The magic within the hearts of children is not merely a fleeting enchantment but a resilient force capable of reshaping the destiny of a wounded world.

We should be committed to supporting the development, not only of gifted children or those with disabilities, but every student. This means every young person struggling in today's complicated world, dealing with the challenges of virtual reality and facing constant stress.


If you care enough for the living, try to make the world a better place together with us.

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