In Sjenica, we launched a mini-campaign within the project “Reintegration – support for sustainable (re)integration of returnees in Serbia” with the idea of promoting youth activism.
Participants in project workshops at the good neighborhood club Sjenica answered the question of what activism means to them, in addition to learning about leading and organizing activist campaigns. Through these workshops, they gain insight into the organization, implementation, reporting, and ways of raising money to initiate actions in their communities and beyond.
The project “Reintegration – Support for sustainable (re)integration of returnees in Serbia” is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The project is implemented by ASB Serbia and IDC in partnership with the Regional Development Agency of Sandzak – SEDA and the Muslim Humanitarian Society Merhamet – Sandzak, with the support of the City of Novi Pazar, the Municipality of Tutin, and the Municipality of Sjenica.