YESPC project concludes in Niš and Mitrovica (3 and 9 November)

YESPC project concludes in Niš and Mitrovica (3 and 9 November)

November 3, 2016 0:00 am | November 3, 2016 14:00 pm

1970-01-01 00:00:00 1970-01-01 00:00:00 Europe/Belgrade YESPC project concludes in Niš and Mitrovica (3 and 9 November) Link: http://en.bfpe.org/events/yespc-project-concludes-in-nis-and-mitrovica-3-and-9-november/ Grad Niš, Niš, Serbia Belgrade Fund for Pollitical Excellence office@bfpe.org yespc-project-concludes-in-nis-and-mitrovica-3-and-9-november

YESPC project concludes in Niš and Mitrovica (3 and 9 November)

Media Conferences in Niš and Mitrovica ending the project “Promoting Youth Employment through Social Partnerships and Cooperation” 

Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence organizes on the occasion of the end of the project Promoting Youth Employment through Social Partnerships and Cooperation two Media Conferences  – in Niš (November 3, in Media Center at 12h) and in Kosovska Mitrovica (November 9, Restaurant Vapiano at 13h). Speakers will be Aleksandra Vladisavljević, project consultant and author of the policy paper, Đorđe Popović, project coordinator and representatives of partner organizations – Milan Stefanović, director of the organization Protecta in Niš amd Mergim Memoviq, representative of the Community Building in Mitrovica.

At the Media Conferences we will present the policy paper with recommendations for improvement of youth employment which is the result of the two-year project which was conducted in six towns – Niš, Lekovac, Vranje, Kosovska Mitrovica, Peć and Prizren. The project gathered representatives of local municipalities and civil society engaged in these topics, as well as entrepreneurs from all six towns who analysed the current state of affair in the fiels of youth employment and gave their recommendations for its improvement.

This project Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence conducted with the financial support of the European Union within the Civil Society Facility Programme, Balkan Trust for Democracy and the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Government of Republic of Serbia in partnership with organizations Community Building Mitrovica (CBM) and Prishtina Institute for Political Studies (PIPS).