After more than a hundred young people spent the summer volunteering in partner organizations in Albania, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, the ROUTE WB6 adventure continues. The end of the year is reserved for ROUTE WB6 MAXI.
The Institute for Youth Development KULT is inviting young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina aged 18 to 30, who want to use their free time in a creative and fun way while supporting socially beneficial initiatives and organizations throughout the region to attend an online session and learn more about ROUTE WB6 volunteering opportunities.
The info session will be held on Monday, October 25, at 6 pm on Zoom. You can register for this session HERE.
Volunteering through the ROUTE WB6 program gives young people the opportunity to spend up to two months in one of the partner organizations that provide opportunities for learning, individual growth and skills development by engaging them in activities focused on the common good. By volunteering, these young people will contribute to the development of local communities, while experiencing immersive intercultural learning.
You can find more information on the call for volunteers and how to apply HERE.
If you want more information about the info session and ROUTE WB6 volunteering program, reach out to us at email@example.com or call 033 778 768.
The Regional Cross-Border Volunteer Program was created within the ROUTE WB6 project led by the Regional Youth Cooperation Office RYCO in cooperation with partner organizations from the Western Balkans, including the Institute for Youth Development KULT. The project is implemented with the support of Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.