Local Democracy Agency Mostar was pleased to host and organize Workshop “YOUth SWOT” within “Regional YOUTH COMPACT for Europe” project. We envisioned this as casual and interactive event that will tackle and bring back to surface relevant youth-related topics. Since there are lots of youngsters that are unaware and uninformed on possibilities that could improve their employability and overall self-growth, our mission was primarily to educate them. We’ve covered topic on fundamental rights and economic and social issues where employment would be priority concern. Miss Adina Halilovic is a Youth Worker with ten years of experience in the field. She kindly accepted invitation to be one of the presenters of the workshop. Her role was to cover and present all employment-related possibilities varying from national to European Union level. Second presenter was Mr. Amil Brkovic who gave an insights into all youth-related Laws that exist in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. That way LDA Mostar wrapped up all relevant content that was presented to the participants.

We used this opportunity to inaugurate YOUth Hub Mostar that was recently renovated by LDA Mostar. Our goal is to use this space as generator and base for youth networking.

About the project:

Regional YOUTH COMPACT for Europe aims to empower CSOs, particularly the youth organizations, in Western Balkans and Turkey, to more effectively participate in reforms relative to the EU accession negotiation process, to dialogue with governments and influence policy through consolidating platforms for regional cooperation, fostering participative culture and promoting active citizenship, accountability of government to citizens and society and nurturing common European identity.

Donor: European Commission (IPA Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2016-2017 / Consolidating Regional Thematic Networks of Civil Society Organizations)

Co-financed by: Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States

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