"Sharing Experience- expanding the Network" - Training on Negotiation chapters of the EU


The training “Sharing Experience – expanding the Network” which was organized for the network members of the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe took place in Novi Sad, Serbia, from 20-21 October. 

Representatives of the project partners followed a series of workshops on the Negotiation chapters of the EU with a special attention of the Chapter 23: Judiciary and fundamental rights, Chapter 24: Justice, Freedom and Security, Chapter 19: Social policy and employment and Public administration reform. Afterwards, the partners discussed the implementation of the chapters in their respective countries and the possible actions that the project can implement in order to raise awareness about the EU and the youth role in the negotiation process. 

The training was prepared by a team of high-skilled trainers and NGO experts, practitioners from national/regional CSOs engaged in EU integration related issues. 

The project partners seized the opportunity of the training to have a Project team meeting where they discuss the future activities of the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe and the communication strategy. 

In the following period, the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe will offer a great number of activities combining awareness raising, capacity building and regional networking whose aim is to strengthen the impact of CSOs in the reform process towards the EU integration.


This activity is in the framework of the project “Regional youth compact for Europe” implemented by the Centar for Democracy Foundation (lead partner), ALDA, Balkan Network for Local Democracy, CRTA, Youth Act and Sodem. This project is funded by the European Union.

Posted: Oct 24, 2018,
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Author: Svetlana

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