Youth As Valuable Resource Require Aid in Achieving Their Goals

One of the manners of achieving quality youth work in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to introduce concrete examples and practices in other countries. This is precisely why the Institute for Youth Development KULT organised a study visit to the Kingdom of Sweden in the period from 7 to 10 September of this year as a part of the Strengthening Youth Structures Project.

The aim of the visit was to exchange experiences, knowledge and expertise through networking and introducing methods, manners and practice of youth work in Sweden. As a part of the study visit, the team from Bosnia and Herzegovina held meetings with Swedish organisations that implement decisions on working with youth on-field. All for the purpose of introducing new manners of communication between the authorities and youth.

During the stay in the Kingdom of Sweden, a visit was organised to the Ministry of Education and Research of the state responsible for education, research and youth policy. The team from our country visited organisations VĂĄra Barn and APU Network, Active Europe, the biggest youth centre in the world Fryshuset and the LSU – Sveriges ungdomsorganisationer, as well as the Olof Palme International Center.

The study visit will contribute to a better understanding of a different approach to youth in a country that considers youth as a valuable resource and therefore works on prevention and enables youth to achieve their ideas and aims.





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