In the period 29.05. - 02.06.2017 in Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Pernik and Kustendil a seria of public discussions about youth policy will take place with participation of a group of Serbian youth, as folows:
27–30.04.2017 The second training of youth leaders from Bulgaria and Serbia under the Youth Riders project took place in Aleksinac, Republic of Serbia. During the training the young people developed communicative skills, public speech, media work. They did simulations of holding a press conference and statements for the media.
30.03 - 02.04.2017. The first training of youth leaders from Bulgaria and Serbia under the project Youth Riders took place in Montana, Bulgaria. Attendents in the course learned about youth policies of both countries and prepared public discussions on these issues, which will be held with their participation.
Association for Development of Children and Youth - OPEN CLUB from Niš (http://www.oknis.org.rs/) announces a open call for active young people from Serbia wishing to participate in activities under the project "Youth Riders", co-funded by the EU through the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria-Serbia Programme. If you want to participate, please, download the attached Invitation and Application form.
Association Free Youth Centre (www.fyc-vidin.org) announces a competition for active young people wishing to participate in activities under the project "Youth Riders", funded by INTERREG-IPA Bulgaria - Serbia Programme. Please, see the attached documents.
February, 2017. А study of youth policies and activism was completed in the target area of the project, which covers in Bulgaria districts of Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Sofia region, Pernik and Kyustendil. In the framework of the fieldwork were visited 10 municipalities of these area and interviewed the representatives of local authorities, youth structures and NGOs. The result is a report, which in avalable in section "Documents" in Bulgarian and Serbian languages.
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