Get to know our partners and co-organizers on journey of introducing ICT solutions to education in Western Balkans region. In parallel with our two-day conference, we also organised a fair where over 30 ICT companies and educational institutions presented the latest technological solutions in education that they developed or introduced to the market. The participants were able to visit their stands, try out interactive classroom solutions, find out how to use the internet for high quality teaching and see a micro:bit devices for coding. 

Fair exhibitors:


The use of new technologies for intercultural education

working group | New technologies in inclusive education

Frosina is a defectologyst and a teacher. In her presentation she presented the concept of intercultural education, its advantages and disadvantages. She showed an example of how to incite intercultural activities with students through new technologies.

Fuad Curcic

Fuad Ćurčić


Fuad Ćurčić is an engineer of computer science. He completed his studies at the University of Tennessee, USA and a PhD at the International University of Sarajevo. He is currently working for Mistral Technologies to develop software for the US and Europe market. More information at


Google for Education in schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Google for Education Initiative was launched six years ago as my pro bono initiative. Today, over 30 schools in Sarajevo and Chechers use this platform with over 15,000 registered users.


Galilei Information Technology Ltd.

The main activities of Galilei Information Technology are the GALIS School Information System and outsourcing services. GALIS is the primary product of the company and it is intended to administer all types of schools with a special focus on music and ballet schools that are characterized by a high level of specificity.

Gareth James

Introducing the BBC micro:bit and its ecosystem 


The not-for-profit Microbit Foundation is making the BBC’s award winning device and its comprehensive ecosystem available to all. The micro:bit has applications across the curriculum and beyond, not  just STEM. It is extremely cheap, small and versatile, packed with sensors and outputs. Gareth runs the Foundation’s education programmes and partnerships  - working to inspire young people to become digital creatives and to follow STEM courses and careers. He has been in senior leadership roles at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and the National Space Centre. 


Gareth is engaged in curriculum innovation and learning design with a successful track record of leading educational change at international, national and local level. 


working group | new technologies in primary and secondary education 

Gareth shared seven key design principles that are the hallmarks of engaging and effective learning. He also illustrated the different ways that ICT can be harnessed to bring these design principles to life.


main programme

Too often, education policy is driven by fads and fashions. How can teachers discriminate between passing whims and reliable research? Gareth Mills showed how ICT can be harnessed to enhance what we know makes good learning. 

Global Vocational Skills

Global Vocational Skills is a digital learning content publisher, which provides digital learning content for Vocational Education. They are dedicated to enhancing the learner experience through developing unique eLearning resources that bridge the gap between traditional printed publications and hands on practical skills development.

Gloria Ferrari

Gloria Ferrari company works on creating and customizing specific software for people with disabities. It also handles distribution of computer aids for persons with physical disabilities, learning and communication difficulties, blind and visually impaired and it provides help in selection, training and technical support for the use of aids.

Golden Partners

Golden Partners