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National Museum of Kosovo presented the outcome of workshops with blind persons

Prishtina, 10 December 2015- Within Kosovo's National Museum new program titled "Tactile Approach", were organized a series of intensive workshops for the blind or visually impaired persons, whereby their work will be presented today on 10 December, on the occasion of marking the International Human Rights Day. The exhibition shall be opened on 18:00 at the lapidary of Kosovo's museum.

The coordinator of this project, Alisa Gojani, stated that she selected some of the main samples and illustrated them into tactile images, so visually impaired persons will recognize them by touching. “The uniqueness of this project was the shapes of different samples which were illustrated into tactile images so that blind or visually impaired persons could recognise them by touching. They had before them the image of the “Goddess on the Throne”, the facility of the Ethnological Museum and that of the Museum of Kosovo" stated Gojani. This activity was conducted in cooperation with the Kosovo Association of the Blind, and with the support of the Embassy of Netherland. The project aims to contribute to the social integration of persons with special needs.

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