Youth Mobility in the Western Balkans
The Present Challenges and Future Perspectives: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo*, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
The main purpose of this research is to contribute to increasing the focus of the public authorities in the five targeted countries in the Balkans (Serbia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) to provide more favorable conditions for enhanced mobility of young people with the EU and within the region itself. More specifically, the research study encompasses a number of national policy measures that have been adopted in respective countries in support to facilitated regional youth mobility in education, training and employment. The comparative study has been prepared to serve as indicator of differences/discrepancies between the existing legislative/institutional framework and the overall status and needs of young people (aged 15-30), youth groups in the communities so as to provide guidelines for their more profound understanding of the concept and encourage their proactive advocacy approaches in order to increase mobility of young people in the region.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo*, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
- Aleksandra Gligorovic