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On Thursday, April 30, 2020, the Association for environmental improvement E-group from Zenica held a training on marketing, which is part of their project Development of entrepreneurial and business skills in youth, conducted in partnership with the Youth Center INPUT.

The participants were divided into two groups and used Zoom to learn about marketing, market research and analysis, through theory and examples from practice. This was the second of the four planned trainings in this project, focused on entrepreneurship, marketing, IT and photography. The participants will use what they learned to develop a business plan as a final activity in the project, and E-group and INPUT will be supporting them while they turn their business idea into a business plan. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the remaining trainings will be conducted online using Zoom. A representative of the Institute for Youth Development KULT took part in today’s training, for the purpose of online monitoring.

The project Development of entrepreneurial and business skills in youth is part of a small grants scheme provided by the WeB4YES - Western Balkan Civil Society for Youth Employment Support. The Initiative WeB4YES is implemented with the support of the European Commission. The Institute for Youth Development KULT is a partner in this regional initiative.

 

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Partners in the Western Balkan Civil Society Organisations for Youth Employment Support initiative started a two-day partner meeting today in Sarajevo.

This is the fourth meeting of organizations cooperating on this regional initiative aimed and strengthening intersectoral cooperation in order to support unemployed Western Balkans youth, and provide innovative solutions for improving employment rates and employability. The host of this year’s meeting is the Institute for Youth Development KULT.

The goal of the initiative is to empower civil society organizations to contribute to addressing unemployment and improving the conditions for youth entrepreneurship through advocacy and monitoring at the state and regional level.

The project coordinator is the Belgrade Open School (Serbia), and partners on the project, in addition to the Institute are the Association for Democratic Prosperity - ZID (Monte Negro), NGO Lens (Kosovo), Association Beyond Barriers (Albania), National Youth Council of Macedonia and International Olof Palme Center (Sweden).

The partners will spend the next two days discussing the results achieved in 2018 and 2019, implemented advocacy campaigns and the progress made by the CSOs supported through the WeB4YES public call for awarding small grants.

The Initiative WeB4YES will last until the end of 2020, and is supported by the European Commission, as a part of the Civil Society Facility and Media Program 2016-2017, Support to regional thematic networks of CSOs.

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Web4Jobs is a one-stop-shop platform offering Western Balkans youth updated information about employment opportunities, informal and formal education opportunities, career guidance and self-employment, i.e. launching a business. The platform is intended to help young people prepare for entering the job market, support young people networking across the Western Balkans and promote work and education mobility. The platform can be accessed here: www.web4jobs.info.

The platform was launched by the WeB4YES - Western Balkan Civil Society Organisations for Youth Employment Support is a regional initiative aimed at strengthening inter-sectoral cooperation aimed at supporting young unemployed citizens in the Western Balkans and come up with innovative solutions to employability and employment issues. The goal of the initiative is to empower civil society organizations to contribute to addressing unemployment and improving the conditions for youth entrepreneurship through advocating and monitoring at the state and regional level.

The project coordinator is the Belgrade Open School (Serbia), and partners on the project, in addition to the Institute, are the Association for Democratic Prosperity - ZID (Monte Negro), NGO Lens (Kosovo), Association Beyond Barriers (Albania), National Youth Council of Macedonia and International Olof Palme Center (Sweden).

The Initiative WeB4YES is supported by the European Commission, as a part of the Civil Society Facility and Media Program 2016-2017, Support to regional thematic networks of CSOs.

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Representatives of organizations selected to receive financial support through the WeB4YES public call took part in a training held in Belgrade on September 5-7, 2019, intended to build their capacities, and improve their skills and knowledge they need to successfully implement projects. During the training, representatives of the Belgrade Open School provided the grantees with instructions on the project implementation process and planning of public advocacy campaigns.

On Friday, September 6, the Belgrade Open School held a contract signing ceremony for Western Balkans CSOs who received financial support from the EU.

Support provided with these grants will allow 18 organizations to implement projects focused on youth employability and entrepreneurship during 2019 and 2020. Representatives of grantees received their contracts from Milorad Bjeletić, Executive Director of the Belgrade Open School and Steffen Hudolin, Head of Operations, Section 2 of the Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Serbia.

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The Initiative WeB4YES will last until the end of 2020, and is supported by the European Commission, as a part of the Civil Society Facility and Media Program 2016-2017, Support to regional thematic networks of CSOs. The project coordinator is the Belgrade Open School, and partners on the project, in addition to the Institute, are the Association for Democratic Prosperity - ZID (Monte Negro), NGO Lens (Kosovo), Association Beyond Barriers (Albania), National Youth Council of Macedonia and International Olof Palme Center (Sweden).

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