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PBA: Better Cooperation – Better Europe
Start date: Mar 1, 2012,

The main aim of PBA: Better Cooperation - Better Europe is to bring together organizations working mainly with young people facing social exclusion and stigmatization, young people with fewer opportunities in order to create new ideas for projects that can be develop under YiA Programme and can contribute to change in way to provide young people an opportunity to overcome barriers in the society and become active citizens as to find new ways how to encourage them to take part in NGOs activities and become active as volunteers at local or international level.At the level of the organizations the main aim of the project is to develop the quality of support systems for youth activities and the capability of youth organization, to create new partnerships, to provide knowledge about possibilities of co-operation across Europe, to develop skills on sustainable project management as to create atmosphere of common understanding between people coming from different backgrounds in way to create projects reflecting needs of young people as ensuring sustainable change. The project will bring together 31 youth workers, leaders and actors active in the field of youth work coming from 15 countries (Macedonia, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Albania, Lithuania, Russia, Malta, Serbia, United Kingdom, Poland, Turkey and Italy) and provide them an opportunity to take part in different scale of activities as discussions, presentations, field visits in order to foster exchange of skills and experience reflecting issues of social exclusion, stigmatization, active citizenship with goal to increase knowledge, abilities and appreciation for different methods of youth work.The project will be hosting by Volunteers Centre Skopje and it will take place in multi - ethnic city Struga.

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  •   18 300,00
  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Cooperation with neighbouring partner countries
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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