The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA in partnership with the Center for education and development (CED) and in cooperation with the Municipality of Tearce started the implementation of the project “Establishment of Council of Youth of the Municipality of Tearce”. The project is financed by the Secretary General of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia. The project aims to increase the youth participation in the decision and policy making processes through implementation of functional institutional mechanisms within the Local Self-Government of the Municipality of Tearce.
During March 2013 5 promotional workshops of the project were organized in larger villages within the Municipality of Tearce – Prsovce, Neraste, Slatino, Dobroste and Tearce. The aim of these workshops was to introduce young people from Tearce to the project and to present the opportunities of their participation through the council of Youth and the Youth Parliament.
In the upcoming period SEGA will implement activities in order to establish Council of Youth and Youth Parliament of the municipality of Tearce.
Last Updated on Friday, 05 April 2013 16:14
In the period of 13 – 20 March 2013 the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA conducted survey in all 10 municipalities within the City of Skopje, aiming to investigate youth needs and to scan the situation with youth organizing. The analysis of the survey findings should contribute towards creation and implementation of the local youth policies and in that direction to update information for all areas treated with the National Youth Strategy. 591 young people aged 15 – 29 participated in this survey.
This activity have been organized within the project “Creating Local Youth Strategy for the City of Skopje” supported by the City of Skopje and the region of Lower Normandy – France.
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The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA organized evaluation meetings with the child ombudsmen and representatives of 10 school organizations from Prilep, Bitola, Ohrid, Struga, Debar, Gostivar, Tetovo, Kumanovo, Kavadarci and Shtip, during March 2013.
The first evaluation meeting aimed to discuss the challenges and advantages of the Child Ombudsman Programme which is being implemented since 2011. The Child Ombudsmen and their deputies exchanged experiences and ideas for their promotion and for strengthening their role in the schools.
The second evaluation meeting was dedicated for the presidents and members of primary school organizations. At the meeting children exchanged experiences about their activities and their organization.
In both meetings was concluded that additional support by the school management is needed in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the activities.
During April SEGA will organize evaluation meetings with child ombudsmen and representatives of the school organizations in the high schools from the same cities. These meetings are being organized within the project “Implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child in Macedonia”, supported by the Pestalozzi Children Foundation.
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