Hagelberg, Izetbegović and Kavgić Guests at UMiDp Training

The 22 participants of the training Learn, Think and Act for Young Political Leaders learned about advocacy, youth laws in BiH, crafting political messages and political communication on social networks. This is the is second generation of participants, who come from 12 BiH political parties.

The second part of the training was held in Sarajevo, from April 3 to April 7, 2019, and the participants, in addition to interactive lectures by professionals in this fields, had an opportunity to talk to Anders Hagelberg, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden in BiH, Bakir Izetbegović, Chairman of the House of People of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly and Edis Kavgić, Deputy Chairman of the Municipal Assembly of Srebrenik.

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During the module, the participants also visited the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH and and the Directorate for European Integration of BiH.

The goal of the training Learn, Think and Act for Young Political Leaders is to empower young members of various political parties registered in BiH, ages 18-30, to build the political career they want and to work on improving the position of young people in BiH.

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