Center for Democracy and Human Rights – CEDEM, in cooperation with the Institute for European Affairs (Serbia) and Aarhaus Info Center (Albania), developed the project “YOUNG PEOPLE CAN CHANGE THE FUTURE” to address issues and challenges in the field of dialogue and cooperation of young people in region.
The purpose of the project is to create a stimulating environment and contribute to mutual understanding through the cooperation of young people by building strong and lasting friendships from different ethnic groups in the Western Balkans. The project will bring together 20 young and enthusiastic representatives of the Student Parliaments from Montenegro, Serbia, Albania and Kosovo *.
The overall goal is to strengthen and promote intercultural dialogue by raising awareness of cultural and linguistic diversity, preventing negative attitudes towards people from other societies.
The study tour will take place from 3 to 20 September and is the main activity of the project, which includes Montenegrin-Serbian and Albanian language education, workshops on intercultural dialogue, visits to public institutions, museums and social events in Serbia, Kosovo *, Albania and Montenegro.
In this regard, CEDEM, in cooperation with partners, announces four calls:
Invitation for study trip participants
– Invitation for trainers on a study trip
– Invitation for an Albanian language teacher
– Invitation for a lecturer of Montenegrin-Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian language
The project is financially supported by RYCO.
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