A Training Course to develop, discuss & strengthen a model for sustainable youth NGO’s-Eskişehir, TURKEY

  A Training Course to develop, discuss & strengthen a model for sustainable youth NGO’s-Eskişehir, TURKEY 28.11-05.12.2016 The training course will take place in Eskişehir, Turkey between 21st-27th of October. The arrivals and first meeting will be on 20th. • The Project Includes 12 Countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania,… Read More A Training Course to develop, discuss & strengthen a model for sustainable youth NGO’s-Eskişehir, TURKEY

VOLUNTEERS FROM SPPMD INCLUDED IN THE PREPARATION OF THE 17-TH INTERNATIONAL BODRUM DANCE FESTIVAL 2016

MACEDONIAN VOLUNTEERS FROM SPPMD INCLUDED IN THE PREPARATION OF THE 17-TH INTERNATIONAL BODRUM DANCE FESTIVAL 2016   The NGO Council for Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency, SPPMD from Kavadarci, Macedonia teams up with the Turkish organization “Bodrum Dance Club Association” for the fourth time in the project “Where Passion Ignites Inspiration”  in Erasmus + Program.  … Read More VOLUNTEERS FROM SPPMD INCLUDED IN THE PREPARATION OF THE 17-TH INTERNATIONAL BODRUM DANCE FESTIVAL 2016

O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN

Training Course about Leadership, Global Ethical Values and Democratization Two representatives of SPPMD participated on the training course ‘O Captain , my Captain,’  that took place in Eskişehir, Turkey from 25 April – 3 May 2015, organized by the host organization ESDEAS (Eskişehir Development Association). After a research and observation on today’s political & organizational… Read More O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN

From the big screen to the real life

“From the big screen to the real life” is the title of the project which took place between 25th October and 1st November in Kavadarci. SPPMD in collaboration with its longtime partner KOM 018 from Niš, Serbia hosted a one-week-long seminar on Human Rights and social inclusion. The youngsters from Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Poland, Bulgaria, Bosnia… Read More From the big screen to the real life