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CET platfrom vas poziva da se prijavite na trening “Values of Peace, Values of Europe” koji ce se održati od 07/03/2019 do 12/03/2019 u Prizrenu. Smeštaj i hrana su obezbeđeni, a refundiraju se troškovi puta u skladu sa pravilima programa. Read the rest of this entry
CET Platform Poland is looking for participants from Croatia and Macedonia for project “Systematic Approach to Youthwork”. Read the rest of this entry
From 16. – 24. January 2018. project named „Human rights education for European values equalization was held in Djakovo, Croatia. Project was organized by C:E:T platform Croatia, approved by National agency for mobility and EU programmes and financed by European Union within Erasmus+ programme – Key action 1 – Mobility of youthworkers. Read the rest of this entry
The Youth Exchange Project “Young Drivers” was held in Lithuania from the 10th to 20th of December of 2017, in the Trakai region. Project is funded by European Union. Read the rest of this entry
Youth exchange “King’s Speech” is a project funded by Erasmus+. The activity took place in Lithuania, Markutiskes 3rd – 11th of November 2017 Read the rest of this entry
From 7th till 16th July 2017. we participated on the training course „A collaborative action for social inclusion“ in Zakynthos Greece. Project gathered 24 participants from Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Italy, Spain, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Turkey and it was organized by NECI Greece within Erasmus+ programme. Our organization C:E:T platform Croatia was represented by two of our members who were actively involved in all phases of the project and who are actively involved in our regular activities. Through various number of different workshops, discussions and presentations, we learnt a lot about inclusion in other countries but also about examples of good practice which we can use in order to improve situation in our country.
We learnt a lot about how to react on different situation with which we need to deal in our regular activities when it come to unexpected situations and how to deal with it in the best possible way. Also, very important part is that we finally got clear information about difference between inclusion and integration which most of us were mixing before this training.
Also, we find out a lot of information about how to work on our self and how to improve our key competences by practicing what we learnt on Zakynthos. Through intercultural evenings we also got a lot of information about other cultures and countries and we realized that we all have a lot of things in common but also some differences which define our culture as something unique.
On the end we worked on future projects ideas where we make a plan to apply with some of thoose ideas on next Erasmus+ deadline in order to provide youth with more mobility opportunities but also in order to work on topics which are very active today, inclusion, human rights, antidiscrimination and equality.
For us it was privilege to participate in this training course and for sure we will proceed with cooperation with organizations involved in this project on future activities.
Authors: Anita Ćirić & Tomislav Bogdan
Dear members and youth workers,
CET Platform Serbia in cooperation with CET Platform Bugaria is happy to invite you to apply for “Social Entreperenuship Training” that will be held between 9 – 17 October 2017 in Uzana, Bulgaria.
CET Platfrom Croatia, Serbia, Poland and Italy together with partner organisations from Ukraine, Turkey and Georgia organised Youth Exchange MOST European (MOST – Slavic word for bridge) in Uzhgorod, small town in Western Ukraine, only few kilometers from Schengen border and Euro zone, in community with amazing Euro-optimism particularly among young people. Read the rest of this entry
Representative of CET platform took part in European Union – Balkan Youth meeting “Connecting Youth Work and Youth Policy” held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 25/09/2016 until 29/09/2016 in organization of SALTO-SEE, European Commission and National Agencies from Slovenia, Turkey, Austria and Germany. Read the rest of this entry