The main aim of the platform is to offer a resource center where to find partners for joint activities, exchange initiatives, youth projects, discuss cooperation ideas, build up joint activities, get advice, and implement those projects together.

Three reasons to stay in my country

Western Balkans Youth Cooperation Platform (WBYCP) launches the regional youth essay competition “Three reasons to stay in my country”


WBYCP is a grassroots regional youth platform implemented by Cooperation and Development Institute (CDI), together with the umbrella youth organizations of the Six Western Balkans countries

1st "VOICE UP" Western Balkans Youth Forum And Exchange Programme

From October 9 to 12, WBYCP organized the 1st "Voice Up" Western Balkans Youth Forum and Exchange Programme. 18 youngsters from the region had the opportunity to know and work with each other and with professionals from various fields other in several workshops and trainings.

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Do you want to submit your project idea and us to notify the potential partners matching the requirements? We invite future project applicants to use this useful tool.

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Advancing with Youth Dialogue in the Western Balkans

"...countries who don't put a lot of attention to the consultation process while drafting a policy, fail to implement it either."...



Youth Cooperation in the time of Covid-19

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Through Youth Advocacy - WBYCP Online Capacity Building Program

Last week was very engaging and productive for WBYCP. With the support of Hanns Seidel Stiftung and together with the WBYCP partners and young representatives from the region, we held an Online Capacity Building Program with the primary focus on youth advocacy....



WBYCP at YO!Fest partners meeting

Western Balkans Youth Cooperation Platform is officially a partner of the YO!Fest 2020 - the biggest European political youth festival which gathers young people to discuss about the latest political developments which impact them....



WBYCP Annual Regional Event: Western Balkans through youth lens...

On October 29th took place the annual regional meeting of Western Balkans Youth Cooperation Platform (WBYCP). This meeting started with a short welcoming from ......



WBYCP at Young Bled Strategic Forum

For the second year Western Balkans Youth Cooperation Platform partnered with Bled Strategic Forum to boost regional youth cooperation and support the much needed dialogue with youngsters from EU Member States ......



Capturing Youth Unemployment and Education through Youth Lens | Tirana and Prishtina events

During the month of July, WBYCP organized two country events: one in Tirana, during the General Assembly of the National Youth Congress of Albania...



Capturing Youth Education and Participation Through Youth Lens | Podgorica and Belgrade

The next stops of WBYCP team were in Podgorica and in Belgrade where we met with the Member Organizations delegates of High School Students Union of Montenegro and Krovna Organizacija Mladih Srbije. ...



Capturing Youth Unemployment and Participation through Youth Lens

Each year WBYCP team travels across the countries in the region and meets with youngsters and youth organizations members of our partners. Last month we travelled to Skopje and Sarajevo and met with the Member...

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