Youth

If your passion is hiking and you want to visit the mountains of Kosovo one day, then you better speak with Xhemil Veliu and listen to his experiences and suggestions. Xhemil Veliu, a medical school student and a hiking enthusiast from Kosovo, reveals the best mountain destinations that are suitable for the development of this

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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/SERBIA – Within the third RYCO Open Call for Project Proposals, supported by the Federal Republic of Germany, Srednja Zanatska Skola from Serbia and JU Skola za srednje srtucno obrazovanje i radno osposobljavanjee from Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented the project “Together we can achieve more” which took place from January 2020 to March

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ALBANIA –  Supported by RYCO within the fourth Open Call for Project Proposals co-financed by the European Union, Youth for Peace (Mladi za Mir) from Bosnia and Herzegovina in partnership with Udhëtim i Lirë from Albania and Balkans, let’s get up! Organisation from Serbia implemented a youth exchange through the project “P.A.C.E. – Peace and

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Betim Bregovina, a visually impaired individual from Obiliq/Obilić, has four university degrees but cannot find a job. His personal story gives an inspiring message to people with disabilities, while it shows that full integration of all communities in the society has a long way to go.    Betim Bregovina, a 34-year-old from Obiliq/Obilić often starts his

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NORTH MACEDONIA/SERBIA – Within the third RYCO Open Call for Project Proposals, supported by the Federal Republic of Germany, Škola za oštećene sluhom-nagluve “Stefan Dečanski” from Serbia in partnership with State School Center for Education and Rehabilitation “Partenija Zografski” from North Macedonia implemented the project “Hands that speak”, which took place from January 2020 to

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What do young people in the Western Balkans think about the society they live in? With conflict in the not-so-distant past, peace and social cohesion are real issues present in their everyday lives. Our just published regional study Shared Futures: Youth Perceptions on Peace in the Western Balkans, shares views from more than 5,400 young people

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WESTERN BALKANS – Each 12 August marks the celebration of the International Youth Day, designated by the United Nations (UN) in 1995 and first observed in 2000. This day recognizes the promise and power of young people to improve their communities. It also celebrates young people’s contributions as catalysts for peace and prosperity not only

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This July 2021, after more than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, EXIT festival brought back the festival summer to Novi Sad, Serbia, being the first  major music event to take place in Europe since the pandemic began. During four festival nights, over 180.000 visitors from around the globe passed through the festival gates, and

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