Novi Sad European Youth Capital 2019 – OPENS, Laze Telečkog 2, 19 October, 1 p.m.
We would like to invite you to the roundtable named “Young People of the Balkans: Smart Long-Term Plan or Departure in Search of a More Comfortable Life”, in which regional and local actors in the field of the establishment of the youth policy will participate.
Stefen Hudolin, EU Delegation in Serbia,
Zdravko Jelušić, Novi Sad City Assembly President
Alessandro Perelli, ALDA Management Board Member
Đuro Blanuša, General Secretary, Regional Youth Cooperation Office, RYCO
Mrs. Dafina Beqiri, programme coordinator, West Balkans Fund
Igor Stojilović, KOMS Management Board Member, Serbia
Valentina Antić, International Cooperation Coordinator, OPENS2019
Božina Stešević, Youth Programme Coordinator, ALDA
Apart from young people from Novi Sad, the members of the Balkans Network for Local Democracy from Subotica, Knjaževac, Nikšić, Prijedor, Mostar, Zavidović, Peć, Vlorë, Skopje and Kavadarci and other municipalities will take participation.
This is the final conference of the four-year programme, which will gather around 40 participants, mostly young people aged 25-30, and the representatives of local self-governments from 15 municipalities such as – Prijedor, Mostar, Nikšić, Skopje, Kumanovo, Peć, Prizren, Subotica, Novi Sad, Knjaževac, Vlorë, Tirana…
The purpose of the gathering is the improvement of the regional cooperation in the fields significant for youth policies, networking of local civil society organisations which gather young people, strengthening of the contribution of young people in the regional dialogue and improvement of cooperation at the Balkans. Through the interactive debate, participants and panellists will promote the proposals and innovative approaches in the development of regional cooperation of young people, their empowerment for finding smart and long-term solutions and plans for the development of the community.