We attended the Acto Project, which was attended by councils of youth from Balkan countries in Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from February 16th to February 24th.
With this project, Turkey, Macedonia, Montenegro, Italy, Serbia, Bulgaria and Bosnia and Herzegovina as countries to increase the adequacy of the youth council representatives, to support their advocacy campaign execution, to inform the citizens, authorities, organizations providing participation is aimed my increase the organizational capacity.
We have been informed of this project, which covers the area we have been working on for a long time, by an invitation from the Youth Organisations Forum (go-for) to which we are a member.
This capacity development project, which is a partner of the common Education Center from Turkey, is supported by Erasmus+ K2 – cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Capacity Building for youth in neighbouring and enlargement countries Capacity Building for youth – Western Balkans.
At the training stage of the project, workshops were held on the implementation of youth policies in decision-making mechanisms and on the participation of young people in decision-making processes, and on the promotion of the experiences of participating young people through initiatives taken in campaign processes.
The coordinator of the project Jasmina Banjaluckic from the Council of Youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina gives us information about the programme and the project.
High school teens in Jajce do great things. They have launched an initiative in the education system against the State against discrimination and discrimination, and are now leading a strict reform of Education. An attempt to be taken as an example. Young people were very equipped. His speech was an inspirational presentation.
At the training workshops such as advocacy campaigns and tools, civil initiatives and examples, information and communication tools, in our external times we had the chance to get to know the culture of young people from countries both visiting the Jajce environment.
A picture of Jajce’s natural beauty,small huts is a mill.
One of the 12 most beautiful falls in the world is Pliva waterfall.
Representatives of Balkan countries showed great interest in the promotional booklets and gifts provided by Kırklareli Municipality during the cultural night events.
The hall where the anti-fascist assembly was convened during World War II and then the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was established. Everything is in the same place as it was that day.
Great view of the city of Jajce from the castle stairs.
We are together with the Turkish team from the TOY Youth Association who invited us to the project. Thank you very much. A great team is doing a great job. Follow them. We organized a small workshop in ICT tools with them. We’ve learned some more very nice tools. So we had a chance to introduce our association and Go-For.
Thanks to Elma and Nejra from Jajce for their hostpitality and kindly gifts.
Following this training, a conference will be held in Serbia. Later, a meeting will be held for the networks of national youth councils, youth forums and organizations and institutions working on youth policy, to develop new project ideas, to share examples of good practice on advocacy and civil rights, to strengthen intercultural dialogue, to publish a publication on equality and diversity.
In cooperation with national youth councils in the Balkans, a network will be established which we have dreamed of.
We will continue to announce the news related to the project from our page.
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