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Youth Council of the U.S Embassy in North Macedonia

The Youth Council brings together youth from different disciplines, interests, ethnicities and religious backgrounds. Established by the U.S. Embassy in Skopje, it seeks to generate creative ideas and projects to empower the youth of Macedonia, and to strengthen the voice of youth by advising the Embassy on important youth issues.

Youth Stories #ArtOfLiving

It is important to realize that all young people within our society share the same struggle. This is inevitably illuminated if we perceive the real interconnectedness that all subcultures in our society contain as a result of the occurrence of a strong homogeneous social atmosphere on the basis of recurrent shared problems.

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Media Intern – Global Leadership Forum (GLF)

(The official call can be found at https://www.uwc.org/news/?pid=274&nid=51&storyid=4728 ) Eligibility: Young people working with media or studying something accordingly. Preferred Qualities: Ability to work well in a team Excellent communication skillsMature, flexible, adaptable, dependable, and respectful within a diverse community •Independent Desired Qualities: • Ability to work well in a teamBilingual …

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Reimagine Education Conference and Awards 2019 in London

Reimagine Education is a global competition rewarding innovative approaches aimed at enhancing student learning outcomes and employability, offering $50,000 in funding to the overall winner/s and 16 ‘Oscars’ of Education. It culminates in an international conference for all those seeking to shape the future of education. The next Reimagine Education Conference and …

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Youth Fest

What matters to youth? Our stories matter. Our solidarity matters. Words matter. Music matters. Diversity matters.The air we breathe, our education, our leaders. Art and style matter. Free expression. Our ideas, our confidence, our crafts. We may acknowledge that all of the above matters, but we also need to celebrate …

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