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“Starting Small: Circular Economy Initiatives in Sarajevo”

In 2020, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) formalized its commitment to the circular economy by adopting the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans, a roadmap aligned with the European Green Deal to achieve climate neutrality and environmental sustainability. According to the European Parliament, circular economy refers to the practice of “sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible.”

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Open Call for 8 Participants for Training Course in Tirana, Albania

The Visual Thinking 4 You(th) project, has the general objective of promoting the social inclusion of dyslexic young people between 13 and 19 years old, through visual thinking, which consists in transmitting and exposing ideas through simple and easily recognizable images. The objective of this method is to improve the learner’s learning level by allowing him, through the use of images, to better understand ideas, define objectives, identify problems and generate new concepts and it is particularly effective for those who have cognitive peculiarities such as dyslexic people.

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“Fashion industry and the Importance of Upcycling”

Upcycling is the transformative process of turning waste materials, unwanted products, or by-products into new, higher-value items. Unlike traditional recycling, which often involves breaking down materials into their basic components for the creation of new products, the term “upcycling” was coined in 1994 by German engineer Reiner Pliz who explains in the British monthly magazine “Salvo,” “I call recycling down-cycling. What we need is up-cycling, thanks to which old products are given a higher, not a lower, value.”

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Selection Results for Youth Exchange “SHALL WE DANCE?” in Vienna, Austria

We want to create a conducive environment for profound intercultural dialogues among young participants. We seek to foster mutual respect, understanding, and an appreciation for the richness of diversity. Through structured discussions and engaging activities, our goal is to equip young individuals with the skills and knowledge required to navigate a multicultural world successfully.

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“From trash to art by IDEA”

In an effort to mitigate the adverse effects of the global overproduction and overconsumption of manufactured products, more and more local initiatives of sustainability and circular economy are emerging. Such endeavors are also meant to foster a better social inclusion of individuals engaging in these enterprises. In the broad context of the present-day environmental crisis, art can be used as a means to draw attention towards the risks of depleting our resources of raw materials in an unsustainable way.

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MINDFULNESS TOOLKIT for youth and youth workers

The recent training course in Poland, attended by participants from multiple countries, aimed to explore and enhance mindfulness practices among young people. Mindfulness, defined as the process of bringing one’s attention to the present moment, was highlighted for its global relevance in reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. The participants developed a comprehensive toolkit featuring diverse activities designed to cultivate mindfulness, foster mental well-being, and enhance emotional resilience.

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Open call for 6 participants for Youth Exchange in Sarajevo, B&H

This project seeks to create citizen mobilization and inter-European links through participatory activities to develop relations between truly cosmopolitan cities and European capitals, enjoying the worldwide impact of the Olympic Games and other major visibility milestones, to promote European values and engage citizens in the life of their territory through sport, culture and youth engagement. The relevance of the project is based on important cultural rapprochements between Paris, Sarajevo, Timisoara, Valencia and Gdansk concerning the enrichment of European youth, volunteering, culture, sport, and environmental matters that allow to develop a positive cooperation between the citizens.

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Testimonials: Mindfulness in Zakopane, Poland

“My time at the TC was, in a word, incredible. The facilitator, Ksenia, had so much knowledge and experience to share with us, and the methods she used were amazing. She knew how to energize us, get our attention, and make us learn through our experiences. The people I met during the training were wonderful, empathetic, smart, and understanding. We’ve created bonds and friendships that will last a lifetime.”

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