British Council and the Embassy of the United Kingdom to Albania mark the beginning of the second phase of the project “Active Citizens”. The project “Active Citizens” comprises activities that motivate and train the youth from the Western Balkans to understand better the needs of their local communities and their position in the region and to work actively for their improvement. The project also enhances the youth capacities to find a job in the modern work market, as well as understanding the responsibilities of the institutions towards the needs and aspirations of the youth.
THE EVENT WAS ORGANISED ON TUESDAY, ON THE 13TH OF FEBRUARY AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL OFFICE WHERE IT WAS SIGNED THE AGREEMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS PROGRAMME IN ALBANIA. THE PARTICIPANTS OF THIS EVENT WERE THE DIRECTOR OF BRITISH COUNCIL IN ALBANIA, MS. AIDA BERXHOLI ALONG WITH NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTATIVES.
Key partners of British Council for this project include IPSE IPSED (Institute for the Promotion of Social and Economic Development), SMEK (On Social Development, Environmental, Economic and Cultural), ORBIS and Joscelyn Foundation.