On Saturday November 25th, 2023, the virtual Training Course “Promoting Intercultural Dialogue Online Among Youth” was held in the scope of the FREE TO BE project. Youth workers from Italy, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Albania, and Montenegro came together to improve their competences on how to promote intercultural dialogue online.
The primary objective of this project is to cultivate a sense of civic responsibility and social engagement among young individuals. Volunteers will be tasked with office organizational work, aligning their efforts with the association’s objectives and utilizing predefined templates. This structured approach allows volunteers to develop essential organizational and leadership skills while maintaining their creativity in executing daily tasks.
AHEAD local workshop was held on in 18th of November in Zenica and it gathered over 20 young people who were eager to learn more about the position of marginalized groups and the ways they can contribute to solving such problems. The local workshop promoted inclusion, tolerance, and multicultural understanding among participants. It had an innovative approach as it encouraged participants to think outside the box and leave their comfort zone.
From the 11th to the 13th of September 2023, a vibrant mix of youth workers, activists, and stakeholders converged in the picturesque city of Tirana, Albania, for the kick-off meeting of the project “FREE TO BE”. The objective? To foster a cyberspace where everyone, irrespective of their sexual orientation or gender identity, feels secure, respected, and valued.
The project “DREAM AFTER COVID” aims to foster a sense of solidarity, collaboration, and mutual support among young people, enabling them to engage in social entrepreneurship and contribute to their communities’ post-COVID recovery. The project involves four partner organizations from different countries: Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, and Egypt.
‘’HateBusters! Empowering Youth Workers to Combat Hate Speech” is a long-term human rights education project for youth workers working in 19 different countries of the EU and the EU neighborhood. The project focuses on capacitating youth workers and educators in confronting hate speech, addressing hateful rhetoric online and in real life,
Excitement was in the air when people all around the country received an email: BRAVO is expecting you on a barbecue & games type of event in the greenest areas of mountain Bjelašnica. The team-building activities were held in nature near Sarajevo, gathering more than 40 people, both locals and internationals.
BRAVO is excited to announce the opening of applications for its upcoming event – The Model European Union Netherlands (MEUNL) scheduled from the 25th to the 29th of October 2023. MEUNL 2023 promises to be an engaging and educational simulation of European Union (EU) governance, offering participants the opportunity to experience the intricate workings of EU institutions and policies.
In a world where borders often divide us, the European Solidarity Corps program continues to stand as a symbol of unity and cooperation. Recently, four enthusiastic volunteers from Türkiye made their way to us – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of this remarkable initiative.
This training course is designed to develop effective and innovative methods to address inclusion and diversity both locally and in European countries, to share, discuss and brainstorm good practices of inclusion and diversity in sport, and to develop the ability to work in a team and with other organizations in a network.
‘’HateBusters! Empowering Youth Workers to Combat Hate Speech” is a long-term human rights education project for youth workers working in 19 different countries of the EU and the EU neighborhood. The project focuses on capacitating youth workers and educators in confronting hate speech, addressing hateful rhetoric online and in real life, and understanding how hate speech affects
From August 26 to 28, an impactful event took place as BRAVO proudly hosted a mid-term meeting for the “Mermaids for Inclusion” project. This project aims to create a stronger sense of inclusion and unity within societies. Leveraging the power of sports, particularly in the form of finswimming, the project aims to provide a healthy and supportive environment for socially
The Roma people deal with a variety of difficulties on a daily basis. They are not given the chance to communicate about their problems, particularly those that relate to their mental health, and their general health and well-being are neglected. The intense prejudice and discrimination that the Roma people experience has undoubtedly a significant impact on their mental health.
The social media campaign ”The Ambassadors of Healthy Digital Use” is an initiative taken under the Erasmus+ project ”Becoming Digitally Conscious”. This campaign is being led by young change-makers who have taken part in Youth Exchange in Berlin, Germany. By taking part in this Youth Exchange that aimed to address such a crucial subject,
The course will consist of interactive sessions, case studies, group discussions, and practical exercises to engage participants in meaningful learning experiences. Expert speakers from various fields will provide insights into different aspects of the changing world of work. The ‘Great Resignation’ isn’t just about large numbers of people leaving their jobs.
If you are active in the youth field in the Western Balkans or interested in cooperating with the region and have questions about the Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, how to get involved and what is the role of SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre, then we urge you to register and take part in these informative online sessions!
Volunteers will take part in the “CO2mpensating by Planting Project” which is a groundbreaking initiative, marking the first of its kind not only in Croatia but across the entire region. This project is designed to engage volunteers in a vital environmental endeavor, providing a unique opportunity for companies, institutions, and individuals to take steps toward mitigating their carbon footprint.
People’s digital behaviors have been significantly impacted by the global epidemic, which has gradually changed and reshaped the ways that we communicate, work, seek out information, and digest it. It is safe to state that preventative measures like lockdowns have had an impact on society as a whole.
THE ”AHEAD” event took place in Bihać on the 22nd of August and it gathered over 15 young people who were eager to extend their knowledge and upgrade their skills. Unfortunately, we live in a world where equality is just a concept as many people face discrimination and prejudice on a daily basis.
The project “DREAM AFTER COVID” is a collaborative initiative designed to connect youth workers and young individuals facing fewer opportunities across multiple countries. This project aims to foster a sense of solidarity, collaboration, and mutual support among young people, enabling them to engage in social entrepreneurship and contribute to their communities’ post-COVID recovery.
“Empowering Youth Workers through Sport” is a mobility of youth workers project that aims to teach youth workers how to use sport as a tool for inclusion and to share good practices, thereby increasing the professional and operational capacity of youth workers. Sport is a powerful tool for breaking down social barriers, bringing people together
In an increasingly interconnected world, the importance of cultural understanding and personal growth among youth cannot be overstated. With BRAVO enter the concept of virtual exchange, through DIGIVOUGI, an innovative initiative that is making waves in Bosnia and Herzegovina by bringing together young individuals from diverse backgrounds through online cross-cultural learning platforms.
During the ESC project, volunteers will engage in diverse areas as per the weekly activity plan designated for them. Their commitment involves working five days a week, with a minimum daily requirement of five hours. Each week, they are granted two days off, and additionally, they are entitled to two extra days off per month.
In the wake of recent global socio-economic events, the labor market is undergoing a transformative shift. The emergence of the ‘Great Resignation,’ ‘Great Reshuffle,’ or ‘Big Quit’ phenomenon underscores the need for a new approach to career and work dynamics.