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International Youth Day – August 12

12 August was designated as International Youth Day by the UN General Assembly in 1999. It is an annual celebration of the role of young women and men as essential partners in promoting human rights and development. It is also an opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges and hardships facing the world’s youth.  The…

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The joint platform for cooperation and advocacy on improving the employability of young people from NEET categories in Serbia

Center for Youth Work, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights – BCHR, and Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation have launched a joint platform for cooperation and advocacy on improving the employability of young people from NEET categories. As a part of this initiative, one of the first joint activate will be the National Youth Conference “Position…

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Commission launches Youth Employment Support

The European Commission is taking action to give young people all possible opportunities to develop their full potential to shape the future of the EU, and thrive in the green and digital transitions. The coronavirus pandemic has emphasised the often difficult start many young people face in the labour market. The Youth Employment Support package…

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“Youth Movement” project

During July 2019, the winning project of the group of students of “28 November” high school that participated in “Youth Camp” in Shkodra developed the “Book Map” website. This website aims in the creation of a virtual map of books available in public and private libraries of the city of Shkodra, in order to facilitate…

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Young people in Montenegro are still active during Covid19 pandemic

Group of young Montenegrins started online Campaign “Nisi moj_stereoTIP” with a goal to fight stereotypes. We spoke to them and asked them to tell us more about it. “We are aware and we are witnesses of the fact that prejudices slow down people’s lives. They diminish empathy and create a wall among people. Why? For…

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Young people are helping fight the Coronavirus crisis in Serbia

The scholarship holders of the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation, who volunteer for at least 4 hours every month have sent their personal stories and experiences about volunteering during the #Covid19 pandemic.  Our young people of Serbia have shown courage by providing assistance in various ways, including aiding the elderly, giving their peers free online…

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Young people in Montenegro launched campaign #TvojGlasJeBitan – Your voice matters

The #TvojGlasJeBitan – Your voice matters campaign began as a reaction to the results of the 2018 elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, launched on January 5, 2020, by young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although the turnout of young people that year was very close to the European average, young people felt that their country…

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Montenegro: NEET in COVID19/ POSTCOVID19 situation

Neet rate in Montenegro was 21 %, according to our research from 2018. At this point, has anything changed? We survived to lock downtime of Corona pandemic, and now we are not running home at 11 pm, we are not afraid of virus chasing us, but also getting back to our daily schedules and normal…

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North Macedonia: Online Open Discussion ” Resilience and Sustainability of the Youth Sector in Times of Pandemic”

On the invitation of OSCE Serbia, Mladiinfo International was among the speakers in the online open discussion dedicated to the” Resilience and Sustainability of the Youth Sector in Times of Pandemic”. Mladiinfo presented the situation of the youth sector in North Macedonia, mapping positive stories of action and emphasizing the need for a quick response…

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‘3.2 Million People May Become Unemployed Due to the Covid-19 Outbreak in Turkey’

According to a report from the Istanbul Institute of Political Studies (Istanpol), the number of people unemployed in the worst-case scenario in Turkey could reach 3 million 200 thousand. Out of these 3.2 million people, 2 million are paid employees and 1 million 200 thousand are casual employees. Prof. Dr. Öner Günçavdı from İstanbul Technical…

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