Vrnjacka Banja, 02.03.2009
          Hristian Daskalov
               President of
        YOUTH Association
The youth sector of Pernik consists

    of very different in their profile
    organisations– high school,
    students’...
Many things were done and achieved in the last 4 years in

    this direction.

    That’s way, we’ll try to present to y...
4
Vrnjacka Banja
In 2007, as a proposal from the Municipal Youth Council,

    the Municipal Council of Pernik votes and ratifies the
    ...
The partnership, between the partners, based upon the

    charter is mainly achieved in specific initiatives in the
    ...
7
Vrnjacka Banja
The centre is created as a common project of the youth

    organisations in Pernik to the YICC Program of the State
    ...
The project is objected to:





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                       Vrnjacka Banja
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Vrnjacka Banja
Services of the centre:


    1.1. Informational services

    To provoke interest in young people to seek and use youth...
12
Vrnjacka Banja
The local and regional authorities , which are close to the

    young groups, had an important role in promoting youth
 ...
Organisational structure


    The organisation consists of:

    one representative /group

    leader or empowered
  ...
Goals, tasks and functions


    support the efforts of the municipal administration in organizing,

    coordination an...
16
Vrnjacka Banja
The program is a mean of research, implementation and use of all mechanisms for

    active participation of children and...
Institutional frames:

              Municipality of Pernik
          

              Local Health Department
          ...
19
Vrnjacka Banja
The Students’ Parliament of Foreign Language High School

    “Simeon Radev” owes to develop and encourage students’
    ...
“Fasching” – mask-contest


    radio “MAX”


    exhibition of the schools in

    Pernik
    beauty award


    on-l...
Municipal Youth Council of Pernik is established in 1996 as

    an initiative of the municipality and the school authori...
“Pernik-Sofia” partnership

    project on exchange of good
    practices
    Global youth service day


    Global educ...
Youth Association (traslated as quot;Mladezhquot; in bulgarian) is a

    youth non-governmental organization with a prim...
The organization is aiming to build a capacity for project

    management in its members, by conducting and taking
    p...
“Youth Media Club Pernik”

    project
    Global Youth Action Week


    “Bulgarian identity

    protection” – BIP Pr...
27
Vrnjacka Banja
“Peoples’ government without a common information for

    the citizens and channels for its distribution represents a
  ...
tel. +359 897 813 729
daskalov.pk@gmail.com
    www.daskalov.info
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  1. 1. Vrnjacka Banja, 02.03.2009 Hristian Daskalov President of YOUTH Association
  2. 2. The youth sector of Pernik consists  of very different in their profile organisations– high school, students’, non-governmental, volunteering, political and etc. Organisations, working in the field  of prevention, health protection, educational activities, sports, culture ... All of them are different, but with one common goal– to develop the capacity of the youngsters in Pernik, leading to their improvement and realisation. Each organisation has its means  needed in order to achieve its primary goals but in the same time works closely with the others, using common communicational and coordination channels . 2 Vrnjacka Banja
  3. 3. Many things were done and achieved in the last 4 years in  this direction. That’s way, we’ll try to present to you the best practices  and some of the subjects, implementing them in the community. 3 Vrnjacka Banja
  4. 4. 4 Vrnjacka Banja
  5. 5. In 2007, as a proposal from the Municipal Youth Council,  the Municipal Council of Pernik votes and ratifies the Revised European charter for participation of young people in the life of their communities, a document of the Council of Europe. The charter consists of 3 parts. The first one presents to  the local and regional authorities means of implementation of youth policies in different areas. The second one introduces the successful ways to support the youth community. And finally, the third part advises the partners how to insure suitable institutional measures for inclusion of the youth. 5 Vrnjacka Banja
  6. 6. The partnership, between the partners, based upon the  charter is mainly achieved in specific initiatives in the following areas 6 Vrnjacka Banja
  7. 7. 7 Vrnjacka Banja
  8. 8. The centre is created as a common project of the youth  organisations in Pernik to the YICC Program of the State Agency of Youth and Sport. The leading organisation is NGO “Obektiv”. The purpose of the centre is to strengthen the motivation  of young people for their own development as equal members of the society and to insure their effective realisation in the public sector by establishing European values and standards and also to build organisational capacity in the groups public gain and acquiring youth service. 8 Vrnjacka Banja
  9. 9. The project is objected to:  9 Vrnjacka Banja
  10. 10. 10 Vrnjacka Banja
  11. 11. Services of the centre:  1.1. Informational services  To provoke interest in young people to seek and use youth information,  to raise the awareness on the biggest possible number of youngsters in the region on issues , that are of interest for them. 1.2. Consulting services  To inflame motivation in the young people in order to acquire skills,  needed for their personal growth. Teams of consultants- specialists in different areas are formed in order to be useful for the young. 1. 3. Educational seminars  The purpose of the trainings is to establish a practise in forming habits in  “Long life learning”, social skills and experience, with the means of non- formal education. There is a mobile team of lectors working in the whole district of Pernik, the schools and near towns, conducting educational trainings whenever and wherever is needed. 11 Vrnjacka Banja
  12. 12. 12 Vrnjacka Banja
  13. 13. The local and regional authorities , which are close to the  young groups, had an important role in promoting youth activitiesв. That’s how the institutions can be sure that the students shall not only learn for democracy and civic education, but shall practise it. For the fully equal inclusion is to happen, it is vitally important that youth sector is once – educated and twice – empowered so that it can shape and influence on the important decisions and actions. Thus, in 2008 an Advisory body on youth policies, working  with the Mayor of Pernik, as its chairperson was established, uniting and empowering the youth. 13 Vrnjacka Banja
  14. 14. Organisational structure  The organisation consists of:  one representative /group  leader or empowered representative/ of youth organisations or institutions, working with youngsters; representative of the  municipality of Pernik; representative of the  Commission for children, youth, sport and tourism in the Municipal Council; representative of “Protection  of Children” Department to the National Agency for Social Solidarity; Local representatives of the  State agency on youth and sports; 14 Vrnjacka Banja
  15. 15. Goals, tasks and functions  support the efforts of the municipal administration in organizing,  coordination and realization of youth policy and in the decision- making processes; support the efforts of the municipal administration and the other  local and national institutions, connected with the development of youth activities; participate in the process of creation, realization and  popularization of long-term youth concepts and strategies; organize or participate in the organization of considerable  activities, with the help of the local youth and NGO sector; develop and manage youth projects;  youth service activities, including such obligated to helping  particular social groups in danger; participate in the work meetings of the Municipal council youth  commission; Research the problems and needs of the young people in the  area. 15 Vrnjacka Banja
  16. 16. 16 Vrnjacka Banja
  17. 17. The program is a mean of research, implementation and use of all mechanisms for  active participation of children and youth in the areas, shaping their development: family habitat, school environment, social surrounding. The program is an instrument for integration of practical activities for protection of children and youth, developed together with the municipality of Pernik and the non- governmental organizations. Its primary goals are: Strengthening the coordination between the youth organizations  and the local authorities; Creation of data-base, consisting of good practices in project  management, useful and successful activities and ides; Improvement of the adaptation processes of youngsters in the  local community by learning and practicing to manage and govern; Formation of work skills and sufficient knowledge, in order to  reduce the number of unemployed citizens under 35; Prevention on risk groups and behavior, adequate and full  health information and services; Increased numbers of youth service providers and projects;  De-fragmentation of the youth sector;  Effective partnership in common initiative;  Promoting and support for the youth self- initiative – subsidizing  and partial financiering of youth projects; 17 Vrnjacka Banja
  18. 18. Institutional frames:  Municipality of Pernik  Local Health Department  School authorities  Youth NGOs and non-formal clubs  Municipal youth house  Regional youth house  Youth Informational consulting centre  Advisory body on youth policies  Financing:  The finances, needed for the program are to be included in the municipal  budget for 2009 and 2010, and also subsidized from other programs and sources; Primary groups of activities:  1.Social protection, prevention and health care activities  2. Cultural activities  3. Formal and non-formal education  4. Equal opportunities and gender policies  18 Vrnjacka Banja
  19. 19. 19 Vrnjacka Banja
  20. 20. The Students’ Parliament of Foreign Language High School  “Simeon Radev” owes to develop and encourage students’ volunteer activities and their inclusion in the social life of the school. It also take care of the stable development of the relationships with the school authorities, taking part in the process of decision-making, important for the students. Local authorities, social and cultural institutions, other representatives of youth organizations and non-governmental sector in the city are also partners of the parliament; Never the less, the Students’ Parliament organize different  out of school activities in the area of education, culture, sport, ecology, health and social care. 20 Vrnjacka Banja
  21. 21. “Fasching” – mask-contest  radio “MAX”  exhibition of the schools in  Pernik beauty award  on-line magazine  school website  literacy readings  sport tournaments  21 Vrnjacka Banja
  22. 22. Municipal Youth Council of Pernik is established in 1996 as  an initiative of the municipality and the school authorities. Municipal Youth Council of Pernik is a high school students’  union, which members are chosen representatives from their schools. Primary work subject of the на MYC is to satisfy the social needs in three directions: Improving the functionality of the educational institutions;  Supporting the dialogue between all participants in the educational  sphere and inclusion of the students in the improvement and development of the educational processes; Gathering knowledge and skills by the students in such areas as:  civic and non-formal education, management, sustainable development, team work, modern means of communication and etc. 22 Vrnjacka Banja
  23. 23. “Pernik-Sofia” partnership  project on exchange of good practices Global youth service day  Global educational week  All equal – all different  campaign Christmas football and  volleyball charity tournaments Youth volunteering in numerous  initiatives in the region “Yesterday, today, tomorrow”  project 23 Vrnjacka Banja
  24. 24. Youth Association (traslated as quot;Mladezhquot; in bulgarian) is a  youth non-governmental organization with a primary goal to develop and encourage young people’s volunteer activities and their inclusion in the public and social life of the city. The Y.A. voices the general opinion, necessity, problems and development directions of the youth generation in the City of Pernik and the region. Our organization carries out activities in the field of culture, education, sports, ecology, social and health care, applies for, develops and manages youth projects, works with the non-governmental sector in and out side of Bulgaria, interacts with the local and national authorities and institutions. The Y.A. is part of the National and European NGO Network. 24 Vrnjacka Banja
  25. 25. The organization is aiming to build a capacity for project  management in its members, by conducting and taking part in different trainings: Development and project management  Business management  Non-formal education  Gender equality  Conflict management  EU Operating programs  25 Vrnjacka Banja
  26. 26. “Youth Media Club Pernik”  project Global Youth Action Week  “Bulgarian identity  protection” – BIP Project HIV_AIDS Self learning  program Partner organization in:  Young2Young Project, Open Society Programs, Projects on the European Social Fund – “Administrative capacity” Program 26 Vrnjacka Banja
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  28. 28. “Peoples’ government without a common information for  the citizens and channels for its distribution represents a prologue to a forcemeat or a tragedy, and maybe both. Knowledge shall always rule over ignorance, thus a nation, which intends to govern itself, should arm itself with the power given by the knowledge.”  James Madison, 1822 President of the USA (1807 – 1817) 28 Vrnjacka Banja
  29. 29. tel. +359 897 813 729 daskalov.pk@gmail.com www.daskalov.info

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