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Montenegro
Youth Mobility in Montenegro

Podgorica Youth Center. The definition of youth mobility is the ability of young people to move between different places in and outside their home countries. The purpose of mobility is to achieve the goals of personal development, autonomy, for the purpose of volunteering and working with young people, educational systems and programs, employment and career,…

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Turkey Marathon
Vodafone 41st Istanbul Marathon

Istanbul Marathon, the race is wide participation of athletics in Turkey. Also, it is the only marathon run between two continents in the World. 41st Istanbul Marathon was held on 3rd November 2019 in Istanbul.  Every year, Community Volunteers carry out more than 2000 sustainable social responsibility projects in many different themes from children’s rights…

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Who makes decions in the Balkans – young people or their parents?

According to recent survey of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, parents of the young people in Southeastern Europe affecting more than 50 percent of their life decisions. The same survey says that young adults in Western Europe are much more independent from their parents, so they make life decisions on their own. When it comes to…

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Results of Youth Banks Hub for Western Balkans and Turkey presented in Brussels

On October 15, Ana and Vlade Divac presented results of the project to Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations, European Commission. Beside Kristine Vujić, Project manager for the Western Balkans projects, colleagues who work on project in Montenegro, Serbia and North Macedonia were present too. The meeting took place in Brussels and on this occasion project coordinator,…

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Second Contact – Making Seminar in Namibia: Exploring Growing Entrepreneurship Ecosystem

The team of Mladiinfo International together with the European partners Risky Business from Romania  and ICT4D.at from Austria , hosted by our partners and friends Young Africa Namibia, as part of the Youth Empowerment through Social Entrepreneurship “We Care, Too” (YES WE CARE 2) project, have mapped and visited social businesses and social business connectors in the two cities of…

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Young Farmers in Serbia

Agriculture is one of the most important industries in Serbia, with 40.6% of the population living in rural areas. Of the approximately 631,000 registered households, only 8% of these households are run by young people. There is not enough support for young people in rural areas for employing and developing entrepreneurial skills, and the situation…

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Social Impact Economy

Governance models and paths for development in Europe and the Western Balkans Although some of the ideas and practices that are fundamental to impact  investment   and   social  entrepreneurship   originated decades ago, it was in 2007 that a group of foundations and investors convened by the Rockefeller Foundation originated the term “impact investing” which was later…

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Youth Policy designed to fit young people’s needs

Youth policy cannot respond to all the challenges whit which are facing young people in Montenegro, but it can set priorities and support systems for young people in the transition process to adulthood. Youth is a significant period of human life, if not the most important, from the perspective for a professional career. During this…

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International Youth Day – the Youth Center of the Municipality of Gazi Baba

The International Youth Day in N. Macedonia was celebrated at an event organized by the Agency for Youth and Sport of N. Macedonia where discussion about the education and the youth centers across the country took place. The opening of three new Youth Centers and tailored made educational programmes for boosting the personal and professional…

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The youngest president of the municipality in Serbia elected

The parliamentary majority elected the graduated economist Djordje Nikitovic (25) as the president of the municipality, while Ivan Novakovic, master prof. techniques and informatics. The Parliament of Požega has 52 councillors, and the election of these candidates was necessary to vote at least 27. For the newly elected leadership, 31 votes were cast.

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