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SEGA CONTINUES WITH THE MONITORING OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD IN MACEDONIA

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During the period of April – May 2014 the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA continues the process of monitoring of the Convention on the rights of the child in Macedonia. This process is being implemented in 14 cities in Macedonia: Prilep, Bitola, Resen, Ohrid, Struga, Debar, Tetovo, Gostivar, Skopje, Kumanovo, Vinica, Shtip, Kavadarci and Gevgelija and in 16 rural areas: Sopishte, Arachinovo, Ilinden, Tabanovce, Mala Rechica, Centar Zupa, Mavrovo and Rostushe, Debarca, Vevchani, Krivogashtani, Zvan, Rosoman, Karbinci, Blatec, Carev Dvor and Miravci.

Through the process SEGA is monitoring the specific articles of the Convention on the rights of the child related with child participation in different segments of the social life, association, information, quality of education and non-discrimination. Data are being collected from local institutions (primary and high schools, local self-governments, centers for social care, media, civil society organizations etc.) and as well from students in primary and high schools. Also, data are being collected from the national institutions: Ministry for labor and social policy, Ministry for education and science, Bureau for education development, National Commission on the rights of the child, Agency for audio and audiovisual media services, national media, Commission for protection of discrimination etc.

Collected data from all municipalities will be analyzed and integrated in the annual Report for implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child in Macedonia 2013, which will be published and presented in the coming period.

Data collection process for the implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child is supported by the Pestalozzi Children’s Foundation and the UNICEF office in the Republic of Macedonia.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 May 2014 09:54

 

MY WORLD! THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL SURVEY FOR A BETTER WORLD

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The Millennium Development Agenda of the United Nations finishes in 2015. The United Nations start process for creation of new development agenda which will aim to address extreme poverty and preserve the planet. The post 2015 global development agenda will build on the progress made on the MDGs while confronting persistent inequalities and new challenges facing people and planet. The new development agenda must result from a truly open and inclusive process that engages people from all parts of the world and all sections of society. Hereafter, the initiative “MY WORLD” derives.

The survey “MY WORLD” enables each of you to vote for 6 out of 16 possible priorities that you think will make difference and will contribute in creation of better world. Amongst proposed alternatives are: better education, better healthcare, environment, better job opportunities, gender equality and better transportation and roads.

Why your vote matters?

The United Nations survey allows people for the first time to have a direct say in shaping a better world.

The votes matter. The UN is working with governments everywhere to define the next global agenda to address extreme poverty and preserve the planet. The data from MY World continues to inform these processes and be used by decision makers around the world.

“I want this to be the most inclusive global development process the world has ever known” – UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

You can find the UN survey MY WORLD here.

More than 2 million people all over the world already voted on their priorities, and the most voted priorities will be taken into consideration by the world leaders and will be incorporated of the new development agenda of the UN.

After finishing the survey you can make your own video for YOUR OWN WORLD, which you can share through the social networks to encourage your friends to vote as well.

Vote on your priorities. Vote for better world!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 14:58

 

JUBILEE ANNUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COALITION SEGA

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(Skopje, 21 May 2014) The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA held its Annual Assembly at the premises of the Municipality of Kisela Voda in Skopje. This year SEGA celebrates 10 years of its existence.

At the Assembly member organizations of SEGA revised the membership. The Assembly confirmed the decision of the Management Board for accepting 4 new member organizations: United Youth – Skopje, Marvel ADEEL – Shtip, Center for Youth Action – Skopje and Egnatia – Tearce. After the membership is being revised 27 member organizations are part of the Coalition SEGA.

At the meeting the Assembly reviewed and adopted the Programme and financial report for the work of the Coalition in 2013, and the Annual programme 2014 was adopted as well.

The Assembly decided 5 member organizations: Youth Council Prilep, Volunteers Center Skopje, Multikultura – Tetovo, Youth Club – Shtip and Interkultura – Skopje to have sits in the Steering board of SEGA.

The Assembly reelected the members of the Supervisory Board of SEGA: Mr. Dimitar Spasenovski, Mr. Zoran Bogdanovski and Mr. Sreten Koceski. New mandate received the Chairmen of the Assembly of SEGA, Mr. Hristijan Jankuloski.

The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA is national platform of youth organizations active in the field of lobbying for the needed legislative changes in the youth policies, dedicated to support youth activism, improving the access to information and participation of youth in activities for solving their problems. 

 

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