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YEAs participate in debate caravan in Serbia

Young European Ambassadors (YEAs) from Serbia, Adrijana Nikitović and Dimitrije Prokopović, took part in the EU School of Debate Caravan which was organised from 23 to 26 May.  This Caravan was organised by the EU Info Centres in Serbia and supported by the EU Delegation to Serbia, as well as by EU for Tourism and Cultural Heritage.


In the four-day Caravan, together with participants from the EU School of Debate, YEAs visited Felix Romuliana, Golubac, Kladovo, Negotin, Smederevo, Srebrno jezero and Zaječar. In Kladovo, Negotin and Smederevo, Adrijana and Dimitrije presented the YEA Network and promoted the third YEA call for applicants. Dimitrije also talked about the call on local media. On the second day, the EU Ambassador to Serbia, Emanuele Giaufret, visited the Caravan and had a discussion with participants on the future of the EU and Serbia.


The Young European Ambassadors platform is a creative network of young activists from across the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia). YEAs come from different backgrounds, yet they all share a common vision: the Western Balkans united in diversity. They learn about each other and the EU together, pursue creative projects, acquire new skills, connect via social media, and organise inspiring events – always driven by the idea that activism in youth is the most powerful force of social change.


The aims of the network are: to share EU values; to raise awareness about the EU’s cooperation with its Western Balkan partners; to showcase the tangible results of this cooperation; to contribute to policy dialogue on various topics, and; to help increase civic activism.

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