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After the interviews jury have choosen the final list of mentees of the program "Share Your Knowledge Become a Mentor 2016/2017".
The jury consisting of representatives of the organizers (U. S. Embassy in Belgrade, Erste Bank, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the European Movement in Serbia) had a very difficult task, taking into account the great interest and exceptional quality of all candidates.
On Tuesday, December 22, 2016 the last public debate was held at the Center for Professional Development within the project "I have a right to know about EU", conducted by Network of European Movement in Serbia, with the support of Government of Federal Republic of Germany. Public debate called "What we know and what we think we know about EU?" gathered participants from public sector of city administration Kikinda, civil society organizations, young people from middle and high schools, as well as citizens of Kikinda.
Based on the competition criteria and among very good candidates of young women at the beginning of their career, eager to further learn and improve their skills, the jury has shortlisted candidates who will be invited for an interview.
We would like to thank to all young women who took part and sent applications for participation in the program Share Your Knowledge - Become a Mentor 2016/2017, implemented by the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade, Erste Bank, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the European Movement in Serbia .
One of the biggest problems for the Western Balkan countries in the last years has been the lack of visibility of their joined work. This was stressed by Jelica Minic at the presentation of Advocacy Strategy for the EU Integration of the Western Balkans – Guidelines, organized by the Albanian Institute for International Studies at Tirana Times Book House.
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