Local Branch Office Pristina

WESTERN BALKANS – The RISE project selected 129 young entrepreneurs gathered in 47 teams coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia to develop their social business ideas. Through a series of workshops, mobility programs and financial support, young people will have a chance to learn, grow, develop their businesses and

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PRISTINA – Head of the RYCO Local Branch Office in Kosovo Ms Krenare Gashi-Krasniqi and RYCO Local Program Officer Mr Ramadan Sokoli met with the Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo Ambassador Michael Davenport and Head of Democratisation Department of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo Mr Childerik Schaapveld on Wednesday, 20 October. Ms Gashi-Krasniqi

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WESTERN BALKANS – The newly initiated RYCO Superschools Western Balkans School Exchange Scheme is part of a multi-donor project co-financed by the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) together with RYCO. RYCO Superschools Western Balkans School Exchange Scheme is

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PRISTINA – The RYCO Local Branch Office in Kosovo has organized the opening event for the presentation of the Western Balkans School Exchange Scheme “Superschools” project which took place in Pristina on Tuesday, 12 October 2021. The honored guests of the event, the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation of the Government of

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WESTERN BALKANS – Applications for the RYCO Superschools Exchange Scheme are now open. This newly established opportunity for schools, students, and teachers aims to support the peacebuilding and reconciliation processes and intercultural learning and dialogue among schools, students and their communities. By participating in this programme, secondary schools will have the chance to apply and,

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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/KOSOVO/MONTENEGRO/SERBIA – Within the third RYCO Open Call for Project Proposals, supported by the Federal Republic of Germany, United World College Mostar (UWC Mostar) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, in partnership with the Secondary School of Economy and Tourism/Catering from Montenegro, Education Innovators from Kosovo, and EDUFONS-Center for Lifelong Education from Serbia, implemented the

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Peace Day: Youth Means Peace

WESTERN BALKANS – Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. Established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly, the Peace Day provides an occasion for everyone to commit to strengthening, building, and promoting peace.  Peaceful societies are achieved when cooperation, dialogue and mutual understanding take place

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