Presentation of the Workers' Rights Manual
Today, in front of students and graduates, as part of the "Social dialogue and the future of work" project, we presented the Workers' Rights Manual, which provides detailed information on the rights enjoyed by workers in the workplace and what legal protection can request in situations of violation of their labor rights.
This project is supported by the Olof Palme International Center and the Swedish Government.
Transnational meeting of the project “Suitcase of my life”
It was a pleasure to host the transnational meeting and to welcome the partners of the project "Suitcase of my life" from Germany, Spain and Cyprus.
The past two days have been full of work and discussion about the flow of the project.
We are so happy with the outcomes so far and very motivated for the upcoming activities within the project.
One of the best things about this meeting was the exhibition which showed one more time that intergenerational dialogue and cooperation is possible and has many benefits for both generations.
This project is financed within the frames of Partnerships for Creativity by Erasmus.
Workshop for building the capacities of civil society organizations in Tetovo
On 26th of August 2022, Association Multikultura in cooperation with the Albiz Foundation within the Community Investment Platform, worked on building the capacities of civil society organizations in Tetovo. In a wonderful atmosphere of young representatives together with representatives of CED, ADEC, PsychAlb, ILPP and Eco Action, we developed a project idea and drafting a project proposal on the topic Preparing young people for employment, which will also be published in the Community Investment Platform, as a tool for collecting financial resources with the aim to generate funds for its implementation.
Congratulations to our Community Investment Platform project’s seven sub-grantees!
Wishing them a successful implementation of the projects!
Inspiring talk by Nebi Mustafi!
Pleasure to start the series of career talks for young people with one of the most successful examples in our community.
Nebi Mustafi shared his story of success and what it takes to reach your full potential.
Hard work, realistic goals and discipline are the top characteristics that describe his success and the success of the business that he leads.
Young people enjoyed this talk and had the chance to ask for tips and advice that would benefit them in the future.
The activity is organized within the project “Social dialogue and the future of work” funded by Olof Palme International Center and supported by the Swedish Government.