U fokusu rada Instituta za evropske poslove je praćenje pregovora Srbije sa EU i jačanje kapaciteta svih uključenih u procesu. Imajući u vidu složenost i dugotrajnost ovog procesa, Institut okuplja veliki broj stručnih saradnika sa kojima organizuje treninge, debate i druga usavršavanja zato što želimo da svojim radom doprnesemo boljem razumevanju evroatlantskih integracija. Institut radi na organizovanju treninga i pružanju multiperspektivnih informacija kako bismo omogućili aktivno učešće stručne javnosti i građana u procese donošenja odluka. Institut aktivno zagovara i zalaže se za temeljne reforme u okviru pegovaračkog procesa i u saradnji sa partnerima jačamo kapacitete Srbije da se suoči sa izazovima u globalnom svetu kroz zajedničko delovanje, koje za krajnji cilj ima aktivno članstvo Srbije u evroatlantskim okvirima za dobrobit svih građana.

Damjan Jugovic

Find out more about my project and my initiatives here…

My project idea

The aim is to educate and to gather Bosnian youth people who live in the same communities and have too much diversities which is preventing them to cooperate, to be friends and to have better mutual understandings.

This will be a project run by volunteers which focus will be on gathering youth with differences (religious, ethnic and political) sharing different opinions, breaking the prejudices and making new friendships, trough the non-formal education techniques and collaborative projects.

The most important needs are the following:

– raising awareness that prejudices are the problem which is blocking Bosnian and Herzegovina road to the any integrations.

– opportunities to interact with young people from diverse cultural and ethnical backgrounds;

– wider range of accessible and enjoyable youth activities that would encourage social participation.

– making new friendships, and promoting social dialogue.

Youth Ambassadors cooperation in the region!

In the organization of the Youth Education Committee of Serbia, in Belgrade from 3rd to 8th September was held a conference called „Youth Reconciliation Ambassadors“. 20 Young activists from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo took part in this conference, which shares the ideas and the aims as the “Youth Peace Ambassadors” – Council of Europe.

Conference had the aims to strengthen the multi-perspective discussions concerning the topics of the cooperation of the ex-Yugoslav republics and the region. During the conference, four main topics were discussed: History and Human Rights, Human Rights and Conflicts, Europe and reality, and Ethnicity and Nationalism.

This Conference was a good opportunity to share the experiences, make new friendships, and hear the lectures of the eminent experts, politicians, activist… During the Conference participants visited many institutions starting from the Special court for organized and war crimes, Anticorruption agency, Agency for the protection of equality and ombudsman, NGO’s…

It was a great chance for all young people to talk to the high positioned officials in Serbia, prof. Milica Delevic (talking about European integrations of Serbia) and Mr. Žarko Kovač, member of the Serbian Parliament.  At the end, British ambassador in Serbia, Mr. Majkl Davenport, closed the conference, and awarded the participants with the certificates and the medals of honor.

At this event, Damjan Jugovic, participant from the group A of the “Youth Peace Ambassadors”, took place and represented the project, and also, shared the idea of organizing the mutual conference of the regional Youth Ambassadors, in 2013.

From the participants it is expected to write a short essay about their views concerning the reconciliation process, and the best essays will be published in the book, which will be shared all around the Europe. Also, participants are expected to share their knowledge and skills in the upcoming months, and in 2013.  It is planned to have another conference where will be discussed about the future activism of Youth Ambassadors.

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