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IMPACT: To shine in dark times
Good vibes continue to spread within IMPACT project activities - Second local workshop gathered refugees from Syria, Iraq, Iran and Turkey in  kitchen of a Centre for Asylum Seekers in Spuž
"Balkans Youth for Europe": Second training session successfully completed
CLINK: Cultural heritage as a source of urban regeneration
Co.Co.Tour: Second consortium meeting in Tirana
IMPACT: The first "Kick off" meeting in Novo Mesto
Co.Co.Tour: Trikaze Partner Meeting
Balkan Youth for Europe: '' Local monitoring of reforms - good practice becomes our practice ''

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IMPACT: To shine in dark times

Good vibes continue to spread within IMPACT project activities - Second local workshop gathered refugees from Syria, Iraq, Iran and Turkey in  kitchen of a Centre for Asylum Seekers in Spuž to paint and express what they feel they need to leave on blank papers in front of them. The participants were very eager to feel the brushes slide on canvas and play with colours and meet the members of LDA team and artists. Language was not an obstacle to communicate and share. Atmosphere was chatty and the room was a full of many languages. Motives of their drawing were [...]

By |October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Current projects, Human rights and peace building, Local Democracy|Tags: , , , |

“Balkans Youth for Europe”: Second training session successfully completed

The second training "Sharing the experience - expanding the thematic work program of the network" within the project "Youth of the Balkans for Europe" ended in Knjazevac on September 12. This three-day event was attended by 30 participants from 14 organizations, including representatives of Local Democracy Agencies , which is one of the founders of the Balkan Network for Local Democracy. The trainings were held from monitoring and evaluation of public policies, evidence based local advocacy, local budgeting and youth policies. The acquired knowledge is very important in the further process of monitoring the accession to the European Union, [...]

CLINK: Cultural heritage as a source of urban regeneration

The second international event of the CLINK - Cultural heritage linking diversities in Europe project was held on September 13, 2019 in Knjazevac. This meeting brought together partners who exchanged experiences, a diverse body of ideas, all with a view to more sustainable use of cultural heritage for the social and economic flourishing of the community. The representative of the Agency for Local Democracy, Ana Milovic Jasikovac, in her presentation "Old ways -New days", gave a vivid example of the sustainability of preserving old craftsmanship techniques and traditional crafts, through modern entrepreneurship principles, focused on vulnerable social categories. On [...]

By |September 16th, 2019|Categories: Current projects, Human rights and peace building, Local Democracy, Local economic development, News|