U Herceg Novom smo 18. decembra 2018. organizovale okrugli sto u saradnji sa partnerskom organizacijom Omladinski kulturni centar, jednim od dobitnika granta kroz program podrške u projektu Mreža omladinskih fondova za Zapadni Balkan i Tursku. Tema okruglog stola je bilo informisanje i savjetovanje mladih na lokalnim nivou. Takođe, to je bila prilika da predstavimo rezultate praćenja Indeksa učešća mladih u regionu i u Crnoj Gori.

Osim istraživačice, te koordinatora projekta ispred Prime i Omladinskog kulturnog centra, govornici su bili i predstavnici Opštine Herceg Novi, Sekretarijata za kulturu i obrazovanje, Srednje škole „Ivan Goran Kovačić“, Zavoda za zapošljavanje HN, Doma zdravlja HN, Centra bezbjednosti HN, lokalnih omladinskih organizacija, te mladi iz Volonterskog kluba „Tačka oslonca“.

Najavljeno je usvajanje Lokalne strategije za mlade najkasnije do kraja decembra ove godine a opšto zaključak je da je neophodno osnivanje omladinskog kluba u kojem bi mladi na strukturiran način provodili slobodno vrijeme.

O ovom događaju izvještavali su i lokalna televizija i radio.

In Herceg Novi, on December 18, 2018, we organized a round table in cooperation with the partner organization Youth Cultural Center, one of the winners of the grant through the program of support in the project Youth Bank Hub for the Western Balkans and Turkey. The topic of the round table was information and counseling of young people at the local level. It was also an opportunity to present the results of monitoring of the Youth Participation Index in the region and in Montenegro.

In addition to researchers and project coordinators of Prima and Youth Cultural Center, speakers also included representatives of the Municipality of Herceg Novi, the Secretariat for Culture and Education, High School “Ivan Goran Kovačić”, the Employment Office, Health Center, Security Center, local youth organizations and young people from the Volunteer Club “Support point”.

The adoption of the Local Youth Strategy was announced at the latest by the end of December this year, and the general conclusion is that it is necessary to establish a youth club in which young people should spend leisure time in a structured way.

Local television and radio reported on this event.