In the period of 01 - 05 May 2013 in Caen, Lower Normandy – France, a study visit “Local and regional network in the field of youth employment” was organized. Zoran Ilieski – Coalition of youth organizations SEGA and Antonio Karalanov – Department for international cooperation took participation in this activity; also this activity was supported by Civil Society organizations and foundations in the City of Skopje.
Experiences for the current local youth policies and the models for employment were shared on this study visit; also the opportunity for future cooperation at local, regional and national level was reviewed among the guests from Lower Normandy – France and Macedonia in the field of youth employment.
This activity is part of the Axe II “Youth, Education, Local and European citizenship” within the “Project for decentralized cooperation between R. Macedonia and the region “Lower Normandy from France”, managed by the Association for Local Democracy Agencies, and implemented by the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA – Macedonia and the European House from Caen – France.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 14:54
Prilep, 22 May 2013) INFO SEGA and Youth Council Prilep organized Video Conference “Europe Calling” within the project “Let’s celebrate Europe”, supported by the EU Info Center in Macedonia. This project aims to raise the awareness and to promote European culture and values among youth. The video conference was held in the premises of INFO SEGA and was attended by 20 young people and professors of the Gymnasium Mirce Acev – Prilep.
The event was organized in cooperation with the European House (Maison de l’Europe) of Caen, Lower Normandy, and one high school from Caen. At the video conference youth from both countries presented their schools and home cities, and have discussed on topics such as European values, tolerance, European citizenship etc. Special part of the video conference was dedicated to celebration of 09th of May – Europe Day in Macedonia and France.
This event enabled young people, from two different parts of Europe, to exchange their experiences and views on European citizenship and nourishing European values among youth.
Within the project “Let’s celebrate Europe” music happening will be organized on the 31st May 2013 in the city center of Prilep where young artist will present themselves.
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The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA in cooperation with the Peace Corps volunteers in Macedonia implements the Macedonia Model United Nations (MMUN) programme supported by the US Embassy in Macedonia. The MMUN Programme aims to strengthen the capacities of young people in Macedonia in advocacy, lobbying, diplomacy, conflict resolution, public speaking and writing.On the 18 of May 2013, SEGA organized annual national Conference of the Macedonia Model United Nations at the Faculty of Economics in Prilep with over 160 students from high schools and universities across Macedonia. Within the Conference Youth Leadership Fair was organized where different institutions and organizations were able to present their activities and services they provide for young people.
Several key speakers introduced the participants in the Conference during the official opening ceremonies: Mr. Stephen Kutzy – Country Director of Peace Corps Macedonia, Mr. Gjorgji Manchevski – Dean of the Faculty of Economics in Prilep, Mr. Zoran Ilieski – Executive Director of SEGA, and Ms. Anastasija Stojchevska – Secretary General of the MMUN 2013 Conference.
Delegates simulated the following UN committees and bodies: Economic and Social Council, Security Council, Human Rights Council, United Nations Children’s Fund, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Women, and General Assembly.
Each committee selected best delegates which were awarded with special certificates.
This conference is the culmination of the Model United Nations program, and an opportunity for students to put all their training and preparation into action in a simulation of the real United Nations.
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