Study Visit from 20 to 27 of October in Macedonia

The Study Visit “Youth work in Macedonia and
possibilities for international cooperation” is
part of the project for intensifying and
promoting regional cooperation in the youth
field among organizations from Bulgaria,
Slovenia, Romania and Macedonia. It will last
for 7 days, during which 15 representatives of
youth organizations from Bulgaria, Slovenia
and Romania will visit at least 15 youth
organizations and/or youth clubs around
Macedonia. The visits will be used for sharing
experiences and positive examples of youth
projects and activities; as well as for discussing
possibilities for future cooperation.
Project Aim: The main aim of this project is
to provide an opportunity to youth workers and
NGO activists from Bulgaria, Slovenia and
Macedonia to explore the work of Macedonian
youth organizations and to learn from their
positive experiences. It is also aimed at
establishing cooperation and building
partnerships among them; as well as at
development of international youth projects,
particularly in the framework of the Youth in

Action Programme.

Study Visit “Youth work in Macedonia and possibilities for international cooperation”

The Study Visit “Youth work in Macedonia and possibilities for international cooperation”is part of the project for intensifying and promoting regional cooperation in the youth field among organizations from Bulgaria, Slovenia, Romania and Macedonia. It will last for 7 days, during which 15 representatives of youth organizations from Bulgaria, Slovenia and Romania will visit at least 15 youth organizations and/or youth clubs around Macedonia. The visits will be used for sharing experiences and positive examples of youth projects and activities; as well as for discussing possibilities for future cooperation.

Project Aim: The main aim of this project is to provide an opportunity to youth workers and NGO activists from Bulgaria, Slovenia and Macedonia to explore the work of Macedonian youth organizations and to learn from their positive experiences. It is also aimed at establishing cooperation and building partnerships among them; as well as at development of international youth projects, particularly in the framework of the Youth in Action Programme.

This project was financially supported by GTZ and the Sector for European Affairs.

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