Deadline: 31 August 2017
Open to: persons aged 18-30, coming from Macedonia
Venue: 1.11.2017- 30.6.2017, in Mladiinfo Slovensko, Bratislava, Slovakia
Mladiinfo Slovensko is looking for two enthusiastic EVS volunteers from Macedonia to participate in the Project: EVS Go Digital: Volunteer, Empower, Grow! for a period of 8 months starting from November 2017.
Activities of the volunteers may include (upon the preferences and agreement):
Organising and participating in different events by Mladiinfo Slovensko, such as “Living Books about volunteering”, Intercultural picnics & dinners with cooperation of other NGOs;
Be open to go to schools and talk to students about EVS;
To prepare simple interactive activities as Mladiinfo Slovensko aims to connect formal and non-formal education;
Willing to teach some language and/or to organise some workshops on... Read More »
Have you ever felt that you had enough from one place? The urge to pack your bags and explore some new areas? I did.
I was finishing my studies in Skopje, on the Faculty of Philology and Literature “Blazhe Koneski” and I was just not prepared for the things that come after that, like getting a 9 to 5 job and stabilizing at one place. I wanted more. I wanted to see how my life would turn out if I were in a different place, far from all the people I know and out of my comfort zone. I’ve heard about this program EVS, or European voluntary service, that gives you the opportunity to volunteer in an... Read More »
Deadline: 25 June 2017
Open to: applicants from Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine
Venue: 6-8 September 2017 in Senec, Slovakia
In a world flooded with information from a multitude of sources, providing, managing and making sense of knowledge to build more robust policies is highly challenging. Using evidence in policymaking is a complex task demanding a set of distinct skills and mutual understanding between researchers and policymakers. This is particularly relevant for the policies addressing, or influenced by, migration and demographic changes: a key strategic area for the future of Europe. Evidence informing policy discussions in this domain is often confusing and contested, which can further complicate the challenging policymaking... Read More »
Deadline: 24 May 2017
Open to: young professionals within the field of international relations, political science, security studies and other relevant fields primarily from V4, Ukraine, Western Balkans and other partner countries
Price: 150 EUR (Accommodation, local transport and three meals per day fully covered. Organizers will be able to partly cover the travel costs)
STRATPOL Summer University is tailored for young professionals within the field of international relations, political science, security studies and other relevant fields primarily from V4, Ukraine, Western Balkans and other partner countries. The event is designed as a high-profile interactive course consisting of study visits, lectures, workshops, and discussions led by international experts with a proven background in decision-making, diplomacy, academia, NGOs and media.
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Open to: students of economics or business with good knowledge of English
Internship: duration of 5 months, in Bratislava, Slovakia
This internship is a part of the Placement Slovakia program. All applying candidates have to be confirmed to receive an Erasmus+ agreement by their education institution covering the whole internship period. This opportunity is working for a reputable pharmaceutical company based in Bratislava, operating in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The company provides comprehensive services in areas of pharmaceutical market research, medical products registration, regulated prices and reimbursement approvals as well as subsequent activities associated with marketing and promotion of the products. The company is a wholesaler certified for a distribution of pharmaceutical products and medical devices in European Union, also offers warehousing... Read More »
Deadline: 1 October 2016
Open to: 18+ youth workers, peer educators, volunteers
Venue: 12 – 19 November 2016, Modra, Slovakia
Intercultural training named BeNovative will be organized in cooperation by ReCreativity Social Enterprise (Hungary) & Mladiinfo Slovensko (Slovakia), supported by the Erasmus+ Programme. You are invited take this creative adventure! Sustainable development are among the biggest challenges of the 21st century, and the solution is waiting for our generation and young people – especially those working with others.
The aim of the training is to break the topic of sustainability, learn about its economic, environmental and social impact and see the responsibility of the individual, of the communites, social enterprises and NGOs in the system how they can care more about the surroundings and the... Read More »
Deadline: 11 September 2016
Open to: young Europeans between the ages of 23 and 30 years old
Venue: 28 – 30 October 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia
As the European Union and Europe as a whole are facing unprecedented challenges, politicians, analysts, journalists as well as the general public keep looking for solutions and calling for thorough and strategic reforms for the Union.
The aim of the project GLOBSEC Young Europeansʹ Forum is to give young professionals an opportunity to discuss current challenges in the EU while improving their policy-making skills and engaging in networking with their peers as well as senior policy makers. Young Europeansʹ Forum is organized on the side-lines of annual European conference GLOBSEC Tatra Summit that will take place on 28 – 30 October 2016 in... Read More »
Deadline: 25 September 2016
Open to: young leaders from Visegrad countries, as well as Ukraine
Venue: 7 – 9 December 2016 in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
The Euro-Atlantic Center is organizing the 5th edition of a unique project, which brings together young leaders from Visegrad countries, as well as Ukraine. Considering the current situation, they decided to focus on security policy and the possibility of cooperation among these countries. The Visegrad Youth Forum 2016 consists of two stages. The participants will start with online e-learning that will help them prepare for the conference by studying important materials and familiarising with the situation and evolution of the conflict. The conference itself is the second part of the project. It will take place from the 7th until... Read More »
Frida Kahlo dominates the room with her silent stare. Gathered in a conference room in the centre of Bratislava (Slovakia) are thirty young people from different corners of Europe, reunited with the main purpose of discussing the situation of media and how it portrays minorities in the Old Continent.
One of the most prominent guest speakers to visit is Slovak LGTB activist Robert Furiel who shone some light on the situation of this community in his country. After studying and working in Prague for eight years, he came back to his homeland where he founded Saplinq, his own NGO aimed at fighting for the rights of LGBT and bringing the matter to public discussion. An avid reader... Read More »
Deadline: 15 May 2016
Open to: students aged 18-26 from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
Venue: 9-11 June 2016, Bratislava, Slovakia
Our societies are facing new challenges and media should react to that. The aim of the training seminar is therefore to improve media literacy, as well as media-related skills and other competences of students – future journalists – in mainstreaming of minority perspectives in media coverage, in order to report and produce quality, interesting stories reflecting positions of all parts of our societies. Main topics of the training are: Minorities, Media, V4 and more. The training will take place in Bratislava, Slovakia, from 9th til 11th of June 2016.
Students from 18 to 26 years old from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland... Read More »