Belgrade is welcoming young people from 24 European countries for the “Training of Leaders”


Nowadays, in the times of the global changes and challenges, particularly – in Europe, it is important to empower youth to make the difference in the world and make sure they have sufficient skills and knowledge to create the desirable impact on the society.

The international network C:E:T Platform already for several years has been providing support, assistance, services and expertise in the field of the development of civil society and democratic institutions, civic values, and non-formal education for all citizens, especially young people. It had been organizing and actively participating in local, national and international activities for youth and youth workers. This time the organization is hosting in Belgrade the international project “European Youth Work Academy”, which is implemented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.


The first part of the project, “Training of Management (TOM)”, has took place in Belgrade, in December, 2015. The next step of the project is the “Training of Leaders”, which is starting on the 12th of February, will again bring together for a week 34 youth workers from 24 European countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Estonia, France, Greece, Italy Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, UK. The training course will involve future or youth workers with limited experience that are and will be in charge in their organizations to work directly with young people in local community or on international projects, including youth exchanges.


The training program will be implemented and leaded by the experienced trainers and team of experts from Albania, Croatia and Serbia.

The third activity of the project – “Training of Trainers (TOT)”, will take place in Belgrade in April, 2016.

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