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Novi Sad

Šta je Društveni centar?

Društveni centar je:

Mesto susreta i okupljanja građana i građanki Novog Sada

Mesto stvaranja, inovacija i slobode
Mesto razmene znanja i sticanja iskustava kroz učenje i praktičan rad;
Mesto ličnog i zajedničkog razvoja
Mesto interaktivne razmene iskustava i aktivnog učešća građana i građanki u društvenom životu grada
Mesto podrške svima koji doprinose razvoju društvene zajednice
Mesto aktivnog provođenja slobodnog vremena
Mesto unapređenja kulture života u gradu
Mesto koje možemo jedino zajednički stvoriti!

Društveni Centar počiva na vrednostima:

Solidarnosti, društvene jednakosti, individualne slobode i uzajamne podrške
Građanskog aktivizma - aktivnog doprinosa lokalnoj i široj zajednici 
Otvorenosti – Društveni centar je pristupačan i otvoren za sve.

Uočeni problemi u gradu na osnovu kojih je nastala ideja o Društvenom centru:

Nepostojanje prostora za pojedince i grupe koje se bave aktivnostima od značaja za zajednicu
Nedostatak građanstvu pristupačnog prostora za nezavisne kulturne, sportske, obrazovne i društvene aktivnosti 
Nedostatak mesta interaktivnog susreta pomenutih pojedinaca i organizacija
Nepostojanje izbora sadržaja za kvalitetno provođenje slobodnog vremena, objedinjenih na jednom mestu.

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