Nika Škof studied sociology of culture and philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, the University of Tübingen and the University of Sarajevo. She is currently a trainee at GiTa – Gestalt Therapy Institute in Ljubljana. She has worked as an associate expert in the Borštnik Social Activation Programme (BPSA), dedicated to people with a long history of unemployment and to socially disadvantaged groups and aiming at using creative processes and workshops, to increase self-confidence and self-knowledge, better the position of the participants on the labour market and avoid social exclusion. The BPSA is a programme funded by the Slovenian Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities and the European Social Fund. Nika Škof talks about how this programme has been created, the objectives set and how they have been achieved.

Photo: linkedin Nika Škof