The second module of the training course of the ‘Young Balkan Leaders’ starts. It will be held from 16th to 22nd June in Nish and Belgrade, Serbia.


The lecturers again will be representatives from the three Balkan countries: Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia. The following topics of the lectures to be delivered are: the intercultural dialogue, organizational skills, media, protocol, engagement of young people in social processes, energetics, social psychology like verbal and non-verbal communication, human rights, and leadership.

During their stay in Belgrade, the students will also visit the National Assembly of Serbia. There they will also meet with the Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee Prof. Dr. Zarko Obradovic.

‘Young Balkan Leaders’ (YBL) is a program that engages active young people from the three neighbouring countries: Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia. The project is co-funded by Erasmus Plus. The coordinator is the Institute of Politics (Bulgaria), and the partners are Bestsellers Association and Old Town (Serbia), as well as the Ohrid Institute and the Municipality of Strumica (Macedonia). The programme continues a year and a half.

* The project “Young Balkan Leaders – The Power of Shared International Knowledge and Skills for Successful Management” is co-funded by the ERASMUS + Program. The project number is 2018-1-BG01-KA205-047713.