Intercultural exchanges of Youth Correspondents

As part of the Balkan Regional Platform for Youth Participation and Dialogue, new activity for promoting intercultural dialogue was introduced this year. 16 three-day exchanges for 16 youth correspondents involved in the regional network are going to be organized and implemented from July to November.

Two youth correspondents from Subotica already got the chance to visit LDA Mostar as part of the activity.  Overall, 16 Youth correspondents will report about the culture in the 8 municipalities included in the project. At the end, 8 video reportages will be produced and promoted as part of the Regional Awareness Raising Campaign and 8 textual reportages will be included in a creative publication on the topic of culture.

Stay tuned for the products that will be created during this intercultural experience of our Youth correspondents.

Posted: Jul 14, 2017,
Categories: Project, Youth,
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Author: Svetlana


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