The news that Jure Zubčić from Zadar, by his brave act, corrected the graffiti of hate in the call for love, moved all of region this year and many people publically welcomed such a move at their social networks, but also in media. Motivated by this, as well as similar actions of prominent figures, with the desire to expand these kind acts and make them visible across the region, EXIT Foundation from Novi Sad, in cooperation with Munja Incubator of Social Innovations from Sarajevo and the most visited informative platform for empowerment of young people hocu.ba, launched the campaign called #ShareLove.
The action was launched at social networks of all events from Exit Festival family in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia and Serbia, where people were called to share on their social networks positive messages or examples as the recent one from Zadar. The best and most authentic posts on Instagram and Facebook, which call for tolerance, love and respect among people in the region, and contain mandatory hashtags #sharelove and #tihabalkanskavecina will be rewarded by tickets for EXIT, Sea Dance and Sea Star festivals. The action will be on until 1 June, and collected messages will be sent directly from the stages of Exit and other festivals across the region.
One of the reasons why Novi Sad has become the European Youth Capital is the great support from the region, as well as the plans and programmes which connect young people in all of region. Young people should have the key role in the creation of stability, peace, dialogue, tolerance and good neighbouring relationships. Such believe is embedded in the core of OPENS, i.e. it is our fourth pillar – We cherish diversity among young people in different societies. And the campaigns such as these can be the great beginning of it. #sharelove