Children’s Information and Cultural Centre – DX Club gathers children and youth, and it was founded in 1997 as part of the Child Rights Centre.
DX Club is a place where youth and children can obtain information on their rights in the language understandable to them. And, if they are interested, they can also join the DX Club’s activities such as workshops, forums, public actions and self-advocacy actions.
Members of the DX Club create and organize their activities with the support of the DX Club’s coordinator. They also organize public actions, short information videos shooting and many other events in order to encourage their peers to advocate for the exercise of their own rights.
More than 200 members of the DX Club have so far participated in the activities aimed at improving the position of children and youth in the Republic of Serbia. In cooperation with relevant institutions and international organizations, the activities are conducted at the local, national and international levels. Up to now, children and the youth have participated in the activities such as reporting on the exercise of the child rights, creation of “child friendly“ publication – written in the language understandable to children and numerous activities aimed at making their voice heard and opinion respected.
Through learning about different cultures, their own exhibitions, documentaries and other activities, the members of the DX Club inform their peers and general public about the rights of the child guaranteed by the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Membership of the Children’s Information and Cultural Service – DX Club is open for all children and youth up to 18 year of age.
The work of the DX Club has been so far supported by Save the Children International, German Agency for International Cooperation – GIZ, Pestalozzi Foundation, UNICEF, Save the Children (Sweden, Norway, UK), CIDA, European Scout Office.
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