ALDA Skopje had an opportunity to promote the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe among the students at “Student Station 7.0” fair which take place on 23.04.2019 at the Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus" in Skopje.
On the 17th April 2019, Local Democracy Agency Zavidovići organized the event “Monitoring reforms locally - best practice becomes our practice” within the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe. The topic was social cohesion and youth policy – the role of local institutions in implementation of EU standards and policies and role of CSOs in monitoring reforms.
Youngsters of Skopje, had that opportunity to get acquainted with the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe at FON University during their Graduation ceremony and Career fair on the 17th April 2019.
On 29 of March, 2019 in Niksic, the Local Democracy Agency Montenegro organized the event Platform for Dialogue “Monitoring reforms locally -best practice, becomes our practice” within the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe.
On 9th of April, 2019 in the secondary school "Gjorche Petrov" in Prilep was organized a Youth impact workshop. The workshop was attended by the Youth Information and Counseling Center INFO SEGA, the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA and the high school students from the secondary school "Gjorche Petrov". The main topic for discussion was the European Union and Chapter 19 - Social policy and employment.
Within the framework of the project ‘’Regional Youth Compact for Europe’’ and the preparations for the implementation of the community multi stakeholders` platform, LDA Knjazevac has initiated creation of two youth debate teams and a specific capacity building program for them.
The international workshop in Mostar has officialy started
Think globally, act locally: Empowering young people
After two days focusing on empowering young people and enabling them to have a better understanding of the content regarding rule of law and fundamental rights, the international workshop “Rule of law and fundamental rights – why is it important for the youth and how youth can contribute to monitor reforms in these fields” organized in Mostar, has successfully finished. Around 20 youngsters had opportunity to follow a series of workshops and be part of different activities.
VOLS: Promoting voluntarism in EU and Western Balkans
Official opening of the Politeia regional school: Engaging youth in Western Balkans
Let’s debate: LDA Knjazevac welcomes the debate teams
Youth impact workshop in Prilep
Youth Compact presented at Career Fair in Skopje
Monitoring reforms locally: Social cohesion and youth policies
Youth Compact project promoted among students
Knjazevac youth debating: Will Serbia's accession to the EU open more opportunities for young people?