Open Call for 3 Participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina for Training Course in - „SETYN”
- Name of the project: “Socially Empowered and Transparent Youth Network – SETYN”
- Date of Project: 17.09.2021 – 23.09.2021.
- Hosting organization: “NVO Mladiinfo Montenegro”
- Sending organizations: “BRAVO“
- Place: Ulcinj, Montenegro
- Participants age: + 18
- The number of participants : 3
- Working language: English
- Deadline for applying: 11.09.2021
This project is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus Program. This publication reflects the view only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. By Erasmus+ rules organizers will cover travel costs, accommodation and food.
The main goal of the „SETYN“ project is to promote good management of youth NGOs in West Balkans and European Union, to help development of efficient, sustainable and resilient youth organisations, as well as to increase their organisational capacities for efficient management of programmes that will engage, connect and empower youth in different areas of the world.
Specific goals of the “SETYN” project are:
❖ increasing inner capacities of youth organisations from West Balkans and European Union and increasing their potential for sustainable and efficient managing of NGOs, and also to encourage active citizenship;
❖ developing understanding of the complexity and sensitivity of NGO leadership and mapping the potential of the participating organisations in order to maximise the available human and financial resources;
❖ to recognise and to broaden the scope of youth work in the region and to build the skills of youth workers through the development and sharing of practical tools for managing youth organisations and innovative methods for non-formal education in order to make them more resilient;
❖ expanding and deepening the cooperation, networking and peer learning activities between organisations from West Balkans and European Union to strengthen the efficient management, internationalisation, transparency and youth leadership in complex environments;
❖ to initiate the building of the socially empowered and transparent youth network which will bring long-lasting effects on organisations and participants and expand awareness about the importance of efficient management and management of youth organisations in order to increase the organisational sustainability and resilience, and additionally to have better influence and accomplishment on local, regional, national and European level.
Activities of the „SETYN“ project are: kick off, creating an online platform, training course in Montenegro, implementation of working plans, training course in Poland and evaluative online meeting.
The project will last for 30 months, from November 2019 until April 2022 and it is being implemented by: Mladiinfo Montenegro (Montenegro), Mladiinfo International (North Macedonia), Mladiinfo Slovensko (Slovakia), Mladiinfo Poland (Poland), Klub za oznaživanje mladih 018 (Club for youth empowerment 018) ( Serbia), ACCESS (Kosovo), Balkan youth activism (Albania), BRAVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
There are two airports in Montenegro, one in Podgorica and the other in Tivat. Podgorica airport is about 70 kilometres away from Ulcinj and the one in Tivat is 85 kilometres away.
If you are coming to the Podgorica airport we will organize transfer for you from the Podgorica airport to the venue. Taxi numbers to contact in Podgorica:
◦ Alo taxi – 19700
◦ Peugeut taxi – 19723
◦ In taxi – 19755
◦ Red taxi – 19714
The price of taxi transfer from the airport to the bus station is max 10 euros. There is a bus going from Podgorica to Ulcinj every hour and the ticket price is 6 euros.
If you are coming to the Tivat airport, we will arrange transportation for you.
Travel cost for participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina – 150 EUR
If you are coming by bus, after you reach the bus station in Podgorica you can take the bus to Ulcinj. The ticket price is 6 euros, and there is a bus leaving every hour.
We will reimburse 100% of the participant´s travel costs from your home town to the project venue, within the valid budget sums.
Please look for the most economical transport and consult us before purchasing the tickets. The cost of PCR test for your return will be paid. We will cover the costs of the test required for arrival according to our possibilities.
Note: Travel expenses exceeding the stated cost limit will be paid by the participant himself/herself.
Reimbursement of travel costs (including return) will only be made upon presentation of all original tickets, receipts/invoices and boarding passes and later sending of the return documents and boarding passes.
We will cover the cost of local transportation for all those arriving at the airport.
Please keep the boarding passes from your airport check-in as well. Reimbursement will be done in EURO, regardless of the currency indicated on your ticket and receipt/invoice.
You must come from the country from which you applied for our project. (For example, if you are a participant from Slovakia, you must come from Slovakia).
ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD
Participants will be accommodated in hotel “Halibas” in Ulcinj. This is a 4-star hotel which is located 80m from Long beach. Hotel “Halibas” offers rooms which include: free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, private bathroom, balcony and a pool view.
This hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. It also has an outdoor pool, a garden, a bar and a restaurant. The property is non-smoking.
Participants will be sleeping in double and triple rooms. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee break are provided.
There will be an intercultural night, where every country will present its culture. Do not forget to bring some traditional food, drinks and other stuff representing your country and culture in some way.
What to bring?
◦ Summer shoes and clothes
◦ Beach towels
◦ A smile and positive energy! ☺
Every participant is individually entitled to receive a Youthpass Certificate, which confirms participation and validates the non-formal learning (NFL) experience of the Training course project. Validating the learning experiences of participants is important in itself and this document can be of benefit in terms of the educational or employment future of the participant. Through Youthpass the European Commission ensures the Training course activity is recognized as a non-formal learning experience. For more information on Youthpass you may wish to visit https://www.youthpass.eu/en/youthpass/ .
Ulcinj is a town on the southern coast of Montenegro and the capital of Ulcinj Municipality. As one of the oldest settlements in the Adriatic coast, it was founded in 5th century BC.
Ulcinj is a tourist destination in summer. In January 2010,
the New York Times named ranked the south coast region
of Montenegro, featuring Velika Plaza and Ada Bojana, as
one of “The Top 31 Places to Go in 2010”.
It is most famous for its sandy beaches. The most valuable resource of the Ulcinj Riviera is Velika plaža (English: Long Beach), which is a 12 km long stretch of sandy beach and the longest beach on the Montenegrin coast. There is a small pebble beach called Ladies Beach which folk tradition holds to have qualities conducive to fertility.
“The Korzo”, as it is called by locals, is a promenade which separates a street lined with coffee shops from Mala plaža. At night during the summer months, the Korzo is pedestrianised and families and young people gather.
Ulcinj’s old town is a well preserved castle-looking community that is left over from medieval times. The old
town sits atop a mountain overlooking the shore and is a tourist attraction on its own.
Ada Bojana is popular among foreign tourists from Western Europe for its peace and atmosphere. A large naturist campsite is located in Ada Bojana.