Social intelligence has recently become a buzzword in human resources departments around the world, but researchers are coming out of their reservations to say it’s time to take social intelligence seriously.
The media plays a very big role in the modern world that we are living in. Everything became so fast since the innovation of the Internet and mobile phones. But what about the effect of the social media and comparing the modern world that everyone is connected to the world and the past when we didn’t have Internet or mobile phones? Would our lives be better or worse if we didn’t have all these kinds of media technology?
Numerous songs, poems to novels and movies are dedicated to love, it is one of the most enduring subject for artworks through the ages; just try to imagine how much its related to the historical, cultural, and even evolutionary human experience!
Young people across the world today are facing diverse challenges; youth work, in all its forms, can serve as a catalyst for empowerment. Never has the need for media literacy and critical thinking been more apparent.
Even though slavery was officially globally abolished by the end of the 19th century, close to 50 million people, many of which are women and children, are effectively experiencing some forms of modern slavery.
The WeBalkans Young European Ambassadors is a non-political, activist program that was launched in August 2020 which is now a creative network of future young game changers from across the Western Balkans
“U-Report” is a digital social reporting platform created by UNICEF globally, and it’s available in a digital platform in Serbia as well, representing the voices of young people.
Were you ever stepped out in an interview by someone you though has less impressive resume or lower qualifications? The reason may be that they excelled in the so called soft skills.
Challenges facing the public education system indicate that the youth unemployment crisis in Egypt is not due solely to a lack of job opportunities; there is a gap between what students learn in schools and the skills required for the workplace
Why are young people particularly prone to drugs, alcohol, and other addictive substances? In this article, I will pinpoint several main drives and reasons behind young people’s inclination towards addiction.
As part of the “Transcontinental MEDIActive Youth: Africa on Board” project coordinated by CDER, a special website dedicated to media literacy and media activism of young people was created: https://mediactiveyouth.org The overall project objective is to build the capacity of youth organizations, youth workers and young people, and to develop new educational online resources in… Continue reading MediActive Youth Project website created
Within MEDIActive Youth project on media literacy, the training course has been successfully held in Belgrade from 25th June to 2nd July 2022. The training, hosted by Centar za drustveno ekonomski razvoj (CDER), had 21 youth worker participants, 3 from each partner NGOs. It was led by experienced CDER trainers. The goal of the training… Continue reading Media literacy training for youth workers successfully implemented