All halls at the forthcoming 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair will be available also for disabled persons, is the decision taken at a recently held meeting by Zoran Đorđević, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy and Danka Selić, Belgrade Fair CEO.
In addition to their visit to all exhibitors at the Book Fair, the disabled persons will have an opportunity to visit undisturbed also all stands, as well as plentiful actions within the professional side event program at the 49th Education and Teaching Accessories Fair and the 4th Media Market, held at the same time.
At the meeting held at Belgrade Fair, Minister Đorđević announced the Ministry led by him would present at a thousand square meters at the Hall 3A. This year’s slogan under which they attend it – The Equal Ones, shows clearly the idea of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy is to show the fact all citizens of Serbia are equal – children, pregnant women, mothers of newborn babies, employees, unemployed people, retired persons, disabled ones, combat soldiers, veterans of war, members of socially endangered, marginalized or any other groups.
Within this year’s participation of the Ministry, special attention will be paid to the presentation of handicrafts, paintings and other art works created by the talented disabled persons.
Of course, all other activities of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy will be also presented at these three events, pointed out the relevant Minister.