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Posted: Jul 29, 2019

Youth Compact: Year one, what did we do?

Year one of our project Regional youth compact for Europe has passed and it’s time to review our activities. 
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Posted: Jul 2, 2019

New tool for Balkan youth: Youth leadership guide

With great pleasure we share with you the Balkan Youth Leadership guide. The Guide is the result of four year activities developed by the Local Democracy Agencies while implementing the regional work programme “Balkan regional platform for youth participation and dialogue”.  
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Posted: Jul 1, 2019

YOUTH IN THE BALKANS: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo*, Serbia, FYR Macedonia COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND PRACTICE (2018)

The purpose of this study is to provide analysis on the key challenges that young people face, together with related policy and legal responses in the Western Balkans, which were addressed within the research component of the multi-annual project Balkan regional platform for youth participation and dialogue, implemented from 2015-2018 by the European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA), the Local Democracy Agencies: Central and Southern Serbia, Subotica, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Mostar, Prijedor, Zavidovici in Bosnia and Herzegovina and ALDA Skopje.

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Posted: May 3, 2019

Knjazevac youth debating: Will Serbia's accession to the EU open more opportunities for young people?

‘’Serbia's accession to the EU - more opportunities for young people (?)’’ was the title of the public youth debate that took place on the 19th of April in Knjazevac.  Debate has been prepared as a part of the activities of the Community multi stakeholders` platform in Knjazevac, organized within the project ‘’Regional Youth Compact for Europe’’.
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Posted: Apr 2, 2019

Official opening of the Politeia regional school: Engaging youth in Western Balkans

POLITEIA regional school for youth has officially open its doors for the new generation of young leaders. Natasa Vuckovic, president of the Center for Democracy foundation, Stanka Parac from BNLD, Kerim Medjedovic form LDA Niksic, Marko Mrdak, Deputy Chief Negotiator of Montenegro and Ilija Grgutovic, deputy mayor of Danilovgrad opened the 2019 edition of the school on the 1st of April in Danilovgrad, Montenegro. 
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Posted: Apr 1, 2019

VOLS: Promoting voluntarism in EU and Western Balkans

The international training ‘’Volunteer Management in Europe’s Youth sector’’ is the main activity of the project VOLS EU - Volunteer Management in Europe’s Youth sector. The training taking place in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina from March 27th – April 3rd and is organised by the Local Democracy Agency Mostar, which is the project’s lead partner.  Young representatives from 12 partner organizations from EU and Western Balkans are participating in the workshops and lectures.   
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Posted: Mar 27, 2019

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. 

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Posted: Feb 28, 2019

Applications are open for POLITEIA WESTERN BALKANS SUMMER SCHOOL!

The Center for Democracy Foundation invites you to apply for the POLITEIA regional school for youth that will be held 1-6 April 2019 in Danilovgrad, Montenegro.
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Posted: Dec 28, 2018

PAR Monitor 2017/2018

This Western Balkan PAR Monitor, produced by the WeBER project, provides comparative results for the entire region, based on a comprehensive, year-long monitoring research effort focused on public administration reform (PAR). 

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Posted: Dec 27, 2018

Panel discussion: BiH on its path towards EU integration

On December 19th, LDA Mostar organized it's the first local activity within the EU project ‘’Regional Youth Compact for Europe’’ in the form of the panel discussion. The panel discussion titled "BiH on its path towards EU integration" gathered the representatives of local and regional authorities, as well as the representatives of NGO's and academic community. The main objective of the panel was to discuss the status of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the obstacles it faces within the process of EU integrations. 

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