Recognition of Youth Work and Non-Formal Learning in Europe

As one of the leading organisations in BiH which deals with youth issues and youth work, the Institute for Youth Development KULT participated in the “Symposium on Youth Policy Cooperation in South East Europe: focus on recognition of youth work and non-formal learning” that was held from 1 to 3 October in Tirana (Albania).

The symposium aimed at promoting a good practice, teaching, reflection, exchange and cooperation in youth policies in the region and, more specifically, to add the topic of recognising non-formal learning/education and youth work to the political agenda of the South East European countries.


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