‘DigiPath – Youth Up 4 Possibilities’ addresses youth unemployment by enabling shared digital youth work in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. Unsustainable youth brain drain is a big risk. Trends show young people migrating from WB6 economies, to Croatia and Slovenia, there is a lack of shared data on flows and quality opportunities. Four urgent concerns
contribute to young people living in precarious conditions: unemployment, repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, sluggish transition to digital youth work, and absence of intersectoral collaboration. In the 24-month project, partners will collaborate to develop a digital tool that connects education, labor market and the youth sector to each other and young people. Enabling visibility about decent personal and professional
development opportunities in home anddestination countries.

We invite all young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina to apply for a study visit that will be held in Belgrade, Serbia from June 3-8, 2024.  The study visit is organized as part of the project. Below, please enter the required information so that we can prepare and organize the study visit as well as possible and ensure you a pleasant in the Hostel King Alexander the First in Belgrade and a quality participation.