With and about youth within the event "EU4YOU: Where am I there?"

The international event "EU4YOU: Where am I there?", Which gathered over thirty young people from Serbia, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, and Austria, was held on Friday, March 24, 2017, at the Startit Center in Belgrade.

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Which are the challenges that youth face in labor market: New issue of the bulletin "Let's talk about negotiations"

At the beginning of July, a new twin bulletin "Let's talk about negotiations" came out.

Fourth Freedoms of the European Union Day in Niš: Where Changes Happens

The international event "# EU4YOU: Where Changes Happens" was held on Friday, June 9, 2017, in the Deli space in Niš. The event represents the Day of the Four Freedoms of the European Union, which so far, except in Niš, was held in Belgrade and in Mirkurea Ćiuk, Romania.

New bulletin "Let't talk about negotiations"

We are presenting the 26th issue of the bulletin "Let's talk about negotiations" 

The topic of the issue is entrepreneurship and industrial policy in process of negotiations with EU.

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About the significance of public hearings at a public debate in Dom omladine

The panel entitled "Res Publica: Laws are a public matter" was held on March 17, 2017 in the Tribunal Hall of the Dom omladine in Belgrade. Discussions on the practice of public debates and other mechanisms for citizen participation in direct decision-making were discussed on the panel, which brought together about 50 participants, mostly representatives of civil society, as well as a report by author Danijela Božović on the practice of public discussions in the first six months of the work of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

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Move.Link.Engage – New Modes of Governance in the Western Balakns

Regional conference „Move.Link.Engage – New Modes of Governance in the Western Balakns“ was held on 8th and 9th of December in Belgrade.

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