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MMUN CONFERENCE – KAVADARCI 2014

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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 third year in a row. The MMUN Programme aims to strengthen the capacities of young people in Macedonia in advocacy, lobbying, diplomacy, conflict resolution, public speaking and writing.

In Kavadarci on the 07 of June 2014, SEGA organized the third annual national Conference of the Macedonia Model United Nations with around 160 students from high schools and universities across Macedonia.

 

Several key speakers introduced the participants in the Conference during the official opening ceremonies: Ms. Monika Ilioska Kantardzioska – Programme Assistant of the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA, Ms. Janeen Dorsch – Action Director of Peace Corps Macedonia, Mr. Nikola Dekov – Director of ZONA Kavadarci, Ms. Laura Barbe – Peace Corps Volunteer, and Mr. Blerton Zejneli – Secretary General of the MMUN 2014 Conference.

Delegates simulated eight UN committees and bodies: Secretariat, General Assembly (GA), Security Council (SC), Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), Human Rights Council (HRC), World Health Organization (WHO), UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and UN Environment Programme (UNEP).

   

Each committee selected best delegates which were awarded with special certificates at the closing ceremonies.

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.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 June 2014 13:48

 

OPENED INFO – CLUB FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY IN STIP

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Coalition SEGA implements the project “Info Clubs” with support of the Ministry of labor and social policy and in partnership with the UNDP office in Macedonia.

All the information regarding the opportunities for practice, employment and additional education, the students, now will be able to receive from the new opened Info – Club at Campus 2 at the University of “Goce Delcev” in Stip.

This Info Club will be working at Campus 2 from the period of 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., every working day.

The Minister for labor and social policy attended the opening of the Info Club and emphasized the need and the importance from the opening of this kind of club.

This is a third club opened in Macedonia aiming to support young people and to provide reliable and timely information regarding the employment, the active measures for employment, as well as to build a bridge for better communication between the local business sector and young people.

The next info club will be open at the university in Bitola, in September this year.

  

Last Updated on Monday, 23 June 2014 12:19

 

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

 

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