Youth Festival in Prnjavor “Youth as a force for change in their community”

Within the project “Youth as a force for change in their local community”

the Youth Festival in Prnjavor opens on Sunday

Within the project “Youth as a force for change in their local community”, the Youth Festival in Prnjavor starts with the first activities on November 20, 2020. The ceremonial opening of the Festival is on Sunday, November 22. We will open the Festival at 19:00h by hanging out with Justin Jusupović, better known as “YouTuber” Juske, in the premises of the Cultural Center in Prnjavor. The youth festival will last for two months, i.e. until January 20, 2021.

During the Festival, the audience will be presented with various contents, such as conversations and socializing with famous citizens, movie nights, celebration of International Volunteer Day, online exhibitions and other activities adapted to the current situation, respecting the current epidemiological measures.

The audience will be able to follow all activities online or live via the Facebook and Instagram profiles of the Youth Center Prnjavor.

The festival program is available on the Facebook page of the Youth Center:

All activities were created in cooperation between young people from the community and the IN Foundation, which provided support and mentoring in the preparation and organization of the Festival. The Festival is the culmination of a series of activities aimed at supporting and strengthening youth activism in local communities.

The project “Youth as a force for change in their local community” is implemented with the support of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Resilience Initiative (BHRI) Program, implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), with the financial support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and implemented by the IN Foundation from Banja Luka.

If you need more information, please contact:

Ljiljana Radić, Project coordinator, IN Foundation

Phone/Fax: + 387 51 464 460

Mobile phone + 387 (0)65 660-981

Email: lj.radic@infondacija.org

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