Training Course on Fighting Corruption in Nis, Serbia

Deadline: 15 June 2013
Open to: Representatives of youth organizations from Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Venue: July 25-28, 2013, Nis, Serbia

Description

The training course will be held in Nis in the period July 25-28, 2013 and will be implemented as part of the project called “Balkan youth together in the fight against corruption” by PROTECTA. The goal of the training course will be to educate, network and inform 20 representatives of youth organizations, aged 18-30 from the Balkans who would like to engage, or are already active in the activities of fight against corruption.

Methods

The participants will undergo a training for public advocacy on the topics of non-violent struggle against corruption and promoting the principles of legality; get acquainted with the basic notion of corruption, fight against corruption, but also with good practice examples from Italy and the EU with special attention paid to the importance of legality for youth and their position in the society, the aspect of social re-use of confiscated assets and other. During the training workshops, the participants will be engaged on designing a campaign which they will implement in their local communities with the goal of promoting a non-violent fight against corruption.

Eligibility

Eligible participants for the training course are representatives of youth organizations from Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina willing to meet new people and work together on the education and awareness raising issues regarding the given topics. A maximum of 2 participants may apply from each organization.

Costs

The organizer will cover all training course expenses (accommodation, workshops, transportation, food).

Application process

In order to apply, please fill in the enclosed application form and send it to: [email protected] The deadline for applications is 15 June 2013.

7 thoughts on “Training Course on Fighting Corruption in Nis, Serbia

  1. WTH? "Representatives of youth organizations from Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska." ???

    For those retards who have no clue of geography: Republika Srpska is part of Bosnia and Herzegovina!

    1. Dear Samir,

      Please note that we only shared the information from the organizers; now it has been corrected. For any questions or concerns please direct to the responsible contact person whose contact is available in the post.

      With kind regards,
      Mladiinfo team

    1. Dear Lila,

      Please note that we only shared the information from the organizers; now it has been corrected. For any questions or concerns please direct to the responsible contact person whose contact is available in the post.

      With kind regards,
      Mladiinfo team

  2. The situation is more complicated than you may think (and not from political point, just from logical point). They asked that 2 participants can apply from each place including Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska?

    This means that 2 person from Republika Srpska will be accepted and 2 from Bosnia & Herzegovina (and those two can be from Republika Srpska too since RS is part of B&H). So at the end they can accept 4 person from Republika Srpska (and no one from FB&H)..

    Maybe you should contact them and ask again about more details. Would they accept 4 person from Bosnia & Herzegovina (2 from Republika Srpska and 2 from Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina – two from each entity) or only 2 from the whole country?

    Best regards,
    Alen

    1. Dear Alen,

      The call says that 20 applicants in total representing different youth organizations will be part of the training. A maximum of 2 candidates per organization may apply.

      Best regards,
      Mladiinfo team

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