The second regional strategic meeting of the youth umbrella associations of the Western Balkans was held in Belgrade from November 5th to 7th.
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The first meeting of the Permanent Expert Team for EU Youth Dialogue, a permanent expert body of the Youth Council of the Government of the Republic of Serbia was held on June 21, 2021.
Every two years, the European Youth Event brings together at the European Parliament in Strasbourg thousands of young people from all over the European Union and beyond, to shape and share their ideas on the future of Europe.
For the past decade, the Young Bled Strategic Forum (Young BSF) has been bringing together young leaders, aged between 18 and 35 years, from all over the world to engage in lively discussion and develop innovative solutions to some of the most pressing global issues.
Ahead of the International Youth Day, marked on August 12, on August 5, in Belgrade representatives of six youth umbrella organizations from the economies of the Western Balkans signed a Memorandum of Partnership and Understanding.
Like in many countries in the Western Balkans, youth in North Macedonia faces the same issues related to unemployment. In general, the job market is too limited and restricted to offer opportunities for the youth, starting with the capital, Skopje, and extending to other cities where the population and economy are significantly lower.
”Two schools under one roof” is a phenomenon that has existed in the educational system of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2003. Bosniak and Croat children go to schools located in the same buildings, but attend different curriculum programs, using different textbooks and languages…
Every eighth first grade high school student in Serbia tried marijuana. The research shows the critical period for first encounter with psychoactive substances is at age 14 and 15 for most students…
According to the European Union Statistical Bureau “Eurostat” data on youth employment, Latvia has the highest youth unemployment rate in the Baltic countries. What are the possibilities of integration into the labor market for youth in Latvia?
There were not many NGOs or reliable sources of information 10 years ago in Albania, so only a part of the youth was really active in the society. Now the situation is completely different for everyone who wants to reach that information, especially for young people who are beginning to understand they can take part and speak for themselves…