CARE International Balkans, with the headquarters in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of PROJECT OFFICER for its project Young Men Initiative (YMI): Promoting Healthier Lifestyles and Decrease of Interpersonal Violence among Youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina by Challenging Gender Stereotypes III”.
A Regional Advocacy and Movement training within the Young Men Initiative (YMI) project – “Men and Boys as Partners in Promoting Gender Equality and the Prevention of Youth Extremism and Violence in the Balkans” was organized this week in Belgrade.
“Be a Man Club and Real Girls Sarajevo” is an organized club of young people operating at Association XY which brings together a large number of members who, in this way, for many years have acquired life skills and competences that enable them to enter the adult world easier and healthier.
On December 4, 2019, the Ministry of Science and Education verified Program Y – Youth – Innovative Approaches to Preventing Gender-Based Violence and Promoting Healthy Lifestyles for Young Men and Girls.
The annual Youth Conference of the Association XY and partner organizations, activists and members of Be a Man Clubs from across Bosnia and Herzegovina sent a clear message:
Press release on the occasion of the opening Working Meeting at the Hotel Bristol named “Presentation of a new education program for the prevention of gender-based violence and the promotion of healthy lifestyles”
For 13 years, the Pereptuum mobile Institute has been dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles. According to Program Y, as a basis for a methodological approach in our work with young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, we have implemented a number of projects and activities in this area.
The City of Banja Luka and the City Administration have launched a campaign and program called “Human Face of Banja Luka”. This will contribute to the activation and advancement of the position of young people and third-age persons in the Banja Luka area.
Another three-day "Program Y" accredited training for school staff organized by Centre E8 from Belgrade from 12 to 14 April, was successfully held.
Two-day regional work meeting has started today in Mostar within the Study visit for 30 representatives of the ministries of education from the region, as well as teaching staff from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Albania, Croatia and Kosovo.
Ministry of Education, Youth, Science, Culture and Sport of the Bosnian-Podrinje Canton (BPC) accredited on 5 December 2018 Program Y (Youth) – Innovative Approaches in the Prevention of Gender-Based Violence and the Promotion of Healthier Lifestyles.
A group of students participated in the workshops of the Centre E8 in order to get acquainted with the methodology and various activities within the Program Y.
Youth Power, CARE’s partner organization and young people who are part of the Be a man Club Mostar, together with their fellow citizens, sent messages of peace on the streets of the city of Mostar on Friday, 21 September 2018.