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Vuk Visnjic

I’m a sophomore at IT High School in Belgrade, Serbia. In my free time, I read, I write, I use Internet tools for independent learning, and I organize an occasional small fundraiser for underprivileged kids, a petition for my government to pass a new law related to children or rally people to stand behind a cause I like. I’m also a public speaker on the topic of educational reform and I’ve spoken at International Student Week in Belgrade, TEDxYouth@ISB, and the 2013 AIESEC Global Leaders Summit.

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Latest posts by Vuk Visnjic

26 February 2015

How I Helped Get Zoja's Law Approved By Serbia's Parliament

The Bridge

Vuk Visnjic is too young to vote. But when politicians in Serbia's National Assembly ignored a law that would help sick children, he found a way to make a difference.

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