Young people from Kosovo are being trained in conflict management in Bonn, Germany

Youth Activation Center is participating in the training of conflict management and improving migrant/refugee conditions, which is being held in Bonn, Germany.

The project is funded by the European Commission, namely the Erasmus + youth program and is being implemented by NGO Nest Berlin.

The TC “Conquering conflict” is part of the project “Building Trust through Cooperation”. The project aims at positively affecting the condition of migrants/refugees in the following ways:
– An open discussion on the condition of refugees, engaging against stereotypes and xenophobic sentiments among local populations.
– Peace building through conflict resolution activities, using NFE methods, which aims to develop awareness and competences of youngsters in the field.

The main focus of the TC will be the development of new actions and tools to engage in refugee issues through conflict management.

This project is attended by 38 participants from 12 organizations and institutions from 10 European countries, respectively from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Albania and Turkey, while Kosovo is represented by YAC with 3 young people.

Liridona Rrahmani and Egzona Bexheti are representatives of Kosovo through the YAC who have declared that they are happy to be selected to gain knowledge in this field and thus represent YAC and Kosovo in the international arena.