Youth Associations Meet for YOUTH ADRINET – IPA ADRIATIC Project

As a part of the IPA ADRIATIC “YOUTH ADRINET” Project, a meeting was held with youth associations that applied to the public call for the DATABASE of those interested in cooperation and partnership in implementing key activities directed towards improvement of youth policy in the area of Novi Grad Sarajevo, which is of significance for the Sarajevo Canton as well. On the ocassion, the participants of the meeting were introduced to the content and dynamics of the project realisation. Also, the possibility of forming a Youth Council was presented in accordance with the provisions of the Youth Law of FBiH. 

Representatives of twelve youth associations have expressed full readiness to cooperate with the Municipality, transfer useful information for youth and cooperation with the mechanisms provided by the Law at a local level. The meeting was attended by a representative of the Institute for Youth Development KULT

This represents a new page of the integrated approach related to greater youth participation and better public policy for youth. We appreciate that the IPA youth project of the Adriatic region as an additional incentive to strengthen the existing forms of organising as well as developing new ones and all for the purpose of improving youth position, as for our local community that counts over 23,000 youth, so of the wider surroundings as well. 

 

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