About the project

All young people in the world have the right to independence, security and education. The first step towards independence is related to residence, but youth success was employed in Slovenia, which was not decent and I did not buy the apartments myself, as the housing policy of the youth is poorly regulated.

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Project outcomes

 

Research

Conducting research aimed at identifying the housing situation of young people.

Recommendations

Making recommendations that will allow the partner to provide assistance to clients in the local area in the area of ​​project issues.

Optimal room

One of the goals is to find out what is the most optimal room for students.

Our team

About us

Sabina Bogilović
Sabina Bogilović

Dr. Sabina Bogilović is the head of the ŠIPK IZI project and is a member of the Department of Economics and Management at the Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana, where she teaches Management and Strategic Management in Public Administration. Her research interests include creativity, innovation, knowledge sharing/hiding and intercultural aspects in the work environment. She is a member of the editorial board of the world's leading management journal, the Journal of Organizational Behavior. She regularly attends domestic (scientific and professional) and international conferences in the field of management and organizational behavior.

Lana Nartnik
Lana Nartnik

Lana Nartnik is a UNI senior year student at the Faculty of Administration. In the past she occupied herself with many different sports as track and field, cheerleading and gymnastics. Beside study she is also a member of students organization on the faculty, where she is a part of different projects and meetings. She decided to be a part of “ŠIPK” project because she find the apartment problematic interesting. Also a lot of youngsters is putted in a situation finding an apartment, which makes the thematic actual. Lana is a person who you can count on and is always ready to help others. She is as well a great organizer at the same time.

Erik Fabjan
Erik Fabjan

Erik Fabijan is a third-year undergraduate student that specializes Banking in financial management at the Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana. Althrough his childhood and till today he has been actively participating in various sports activities. Besides that, he takes interest in technological and financial fields. During his studies, he has worked in different investment firms. At the moment he works part-time as a demonstrator at his faculty. He decided to take part in the project because accomodation issues are an existing problem for most of the students and young families. Erik believes that he will be able to use his knowledge and research skills to actively contribute to bringing up possible solutions for the field they are researching in.

Luka Srbič
Luka Srbič

Luka Srbič is a student of the Interdisciplinary Program Administrative Informatics at the Faculty of Administration. He is interested in entrepreneurship, marketing, project management, and organization. He joined the project because he believes such projects are key to improving our lives and, above all, to enhance our quality of life.

Vita Štefane
Vita Štefane

Vita Štefane is an architecture student at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana. Prior to her studies she was a scuccessful track athlete and a part of Slovenian National Team. Among her achievements, she became a National Champion in cross country in 2016. In the following year, she became a National Champion in a 10 km run and represented Slovenian national Team in European Cross Country Championship in Slovakia. Nowdays, she is focusing herself on the world of design, needs of people, importance of quality housing and availability of it to the potential tenants. Vita’s personal opinion is that integration of various professions as well as involvement of young people in the current issues around the world is extremely important. Interdisciplinary connections provide diversified opinions on a specific problem and are more likely to lead to a satisfactory solutions.

Tanja Radaković
Tanja Radaković

Tanja Radakovic is a 3rd year student at the Faculty of Administration in Ljubljana. In the past, Tanja has competed in training karate, in a duel of the Slovenian national team. During his second year of study, he commanded the Student Council, attending student exchanges at York University in Canada and already participating in the ŠIPK project. Since she is accomodated in a dormitory in Ljubljana, she is well awared of the aforementioned issues regarding the younger population. Therefore she can personally perceive the topic, which results in her high attention into the matter.

Tadej Jezernik Anatta
Tadej Jezernik Anatta

Tadej Jezernik is a student of the Faculty of Public Administration, University of Ljubljana. He graduated high school with honors and received a plaque for special merit. As a Junior ambassador of UNICEF Slovenia he was actively changing the world for the better. He has already confronted his opinions, proposals with Angela Merkel, Jean Cloud Juncker and others. Tadej is also active during his studies. In Berlin, on J7SUMMIT, he represented the European Union, and in Zagreb he participated on the European Youth Conference as a representative of Slovenia. Tadej is also active in a Trade Union Youth Plus. He fights against climate change, but he supports international cooperation and political participation of youth.

Belma Hodžić
Belma Hodžić

Belma Hodžić is a student at the Faculty of Public Administration in Ljubljana. Her current student employment is administrative work in health care, where she is expanding her horizons. Belma’s overall guiding principle is productivity in various fields, so she works with this project to explore the real estate market in relation to adolescents. The findings from the project will be able to guide young people in further life decisions, as the results will reflect the current state of the country based on various analyzes and experiences of individuals. The findings will be able to serve all young people as decisive guidance on the question of when and how to respond in life situations when, for various reasons, they find themselves at a crossroads towards their goal.

Domen Gril
Domen Gril

Domen Gril is a second-year student of the joint master’s programme Management in administration at the Faculty of Public Administration. In his 5 years of study he attended a number of exchange programmes as well as various educational lectures and seminars abroad (Norway, Iceland, China, Estonia, Serbia), in addition to working at the international office of the faculty, which enabled him an insight into different problems and mechanisms of solving the accommodation issues. He received the Golden Parchment of the University of Ljubljana award in 2019 for extraordinary achievements during his studies.

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2019
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