BRAVO BiH

Erasmus+ Programme; Mobility of Youth Workers Project "Strengthening the Digital Skills of Youth Workers" is designed to create digital identities by enabling youth workers and youth to develop themselves, to be included in the digitalization process and to digitalize non governmental organizations operating in the field of youth in the rapidly advancing technology and digitalization issues that we encounter in almost every area of our lives. Nowadays, when youth work and youth projects have reduced their effectiveness with the COVID-19 Pandemic, digitalization has become a necessity in these areas.

The project on media literacy and combating misinformation will take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Istanbul. To enable young people to play a greater role in society, to promote active citizenship, to encourage young people to be creative in society to enable them to become leaders, to ensure that they take an active role in civil society,

The project on media literacy and combating misinformation will take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Istanbul. To enable young people to play a greater role in society, to promote active citizenship, to encourage young people to be creative in society to enable them to become leaders, to ensure that they take an active role in civil society,

The primary objective of this project is to support young people from diverse cultural backgrounds in enhancing their intercultural competence. By providing them with the tools and opportunities to engage with and learn from one another, the project aims to foster an environment of mutual respect and understanding. Central to the project's approach is the development of guidelines for using music as a non-formal learning method.

From the 11th of June until the 14th of June, BRAVO hosted a new set of participants for a Training Course initiated by the project Visual Thinking 4 Youth. This project is a unique initiative designed to empower young people through creative and visual thinking techniques. Participants had the opportunity to delve into the world of dyslexia, exploring and learning about the challenges faced by people with this condition.

“Participating in the MEDIAcitve Youth training was a great experience, particularly due to the opportunity to collaborate with participants from the rest of the Western Balkan countries. The workshops were excellent, perfectly tailored to teach us new tactics and methods of information control and writing, with organizers who were always supportive and accessible, especially when we needed assistance in writing our own articles."

The objectives of the Youth Exchange "#MESC - Make Every Step Count" are: to raise awareness about the importance of a healthy life-style; to learn/share in the field of accessible Dance and body movement; to practice tolerance and break stereotypes & prejudices; to acquire freedom of movement, of thought, of communication and life...

We are thrilled to announce that the training for trainers “MEDIActive Youth” is currently being implemented in Belgrade, Serbia! Hosted by CDER, this 10-day Training Course brought together 24 dedicated youth workers/trainers from 6 partner NGOs across the Balkans.

“Second chance is the first youth exchange I have participated in and it was definitely one to remember. We spent 7 days learning about materials, where they come from and how to reuse and up-cycle them. I appreciated that we had many practical workshops through which I definitely learned some new and interesting skills."

Training Course "Colors of Europe" Successfully Combats Hate Speech and Promotes Inclusion. The "Colors of Europe" training course, held in Vilnius, Lithuania, from February 28 to March 7, has successfully concluded, empowering 40 youth workers from 13 European countries to combat hate speech, prejudices, and racism.

Folklore meets multiculturality in the fourth edition of the very successful project “Folklore For the Future”. Now with the name “Dancing our Roots”. Youngsters from different countries and cultures of Europe will meet once again this summer in Cortes de la Frontera to exchange cultural, dance and folklore lessons, learn from each other, express themselves and show us the richness of their countries’ traditions.

Having the opportunity to work with amazing volunteers and coordinators of the “Empower HER” project has shown me numerous acts of creativity and completely fulfilled my expectations leaving men with knowledge for my personal and professional development. I would like to highlight creative workshops that further gave us many improvements in our skill set when it comes to communications and entrepreneurship.

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