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OKC Abrašević [The Youth Cultural Centre Abrašević] is an open network of non-governmental organizations, informal groups and individuals based in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It offers a space and support to youth in realizing ideas and it encourages projects that promotes civic society, arts and social cohesion. After being closed for nearly ten years, it came back to life in 2003 thanks to a network of non-government, youth associations which were initially created around the MIF (Mostar Intercultural Festival).
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OKC Abrašević [The Youth Cultural Centre Abrašević] is an open network of non-governmental organizations, informal groups and individuals based in [[Mostar]], Bosnia and Herzegovina. It offers a space and support to youth in realizing ideas and it encourages projects that promotes civic society, arts and social cohesion. After being closed for nearly ten years, it came back to life in 2003 thanks to a network of non-government, youth associations which were initially created around the MIF (Mostar Intercultural Festival).
  
 
The organization organizes concerts, theatre performances, art exhibitions, workshops, movie screenings, and poetry readings. The main OKC Abrašević space includes a concert hall and a bar.
 
The organization organizes concerts, theatre performances, art exhibitions, workshops, movie screenings, and poetry readings. The main OKC Abrašević space includes a concert hall and a bar.

Latest revision as of 14:55, 18 July 2013

OKC Abrašević [The Youth Cultural Centre Abrašević] is an open network of non-governmental organizations, informal groups and individuals based in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It offers a space and support to youth in realizing ideas and it encourages projects that promotes civic society, arts and social cohesion. After being closed for nearly ten years, it came back to life in 2003 thanks to a network of non-government, youth associations which were initially created around the MIF (Mostar Intercultural Festival).

The organization organizes concerts, theatre performances, art exhibitions, workshops, movie screenings, and poetry readings. The main OKC Abrašević space includes a concert hall and a bar.

Abrašević also houses three subdivisions called AbrašMEDIA, ABArt and AbrašMEDIA Radio. AbrašMEDIA[3] covers news stories and articles, ABArt encourages social transformation through arts and AbrašMEDIA Radio produces radio program.