Say "Hello!" to our OPIN Ambassadors

You would like to talk to someone who has already successfully implemented a youth participation project? Our 4 European Ambassadors are happy to help and share their tips and tricks with you. All 4 have already designed and successfully implemented several projects.


Anita Molka from Heart of Slovenia

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Name of Organisation: Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia / Razvojni center Srca Slovenije, d.o.o.

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The Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia has been leading, co-ordinating and connecting development projects of the area since 2000. The team, in cooperation with numerous local, regional, national and European partners, realizes projects to enhance the life quality of people in the region. It also involves young people and youth organizations in various projects and encourages them to play an active role in society, enables education abroad within Erasmus + projects and connects them with other local actors in various fields. It offers support to youth institutions, young people and others in all steps of implementing a participatory project.

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David Jinjikhadze from Youth Horizon

David and his colleagues wanted to include young people into the decision what should happen to open spaces in the town and which needs do they have for these spaces.

What they learned during the process: Visualization is a powerful technique to sketch the broader picture.

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Lela Jurukova from Sega

How do you encourage young first-time voters to actually cast their ballot? That was the pressing matter for Lela and here colleagues in the forerun of the local elections in Prilep, Macedonia.

They used online-workshops to get young people depper in the process.

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Simon Schembri from Agenzija Zghazagh

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Name of Organisation: Aġenzija Żgħażagħ

Short Info on Organisation: Aġenzija Żgħażagħ provides young people with the time and space to make friends, learn in new ways and develop their talents through our regional youth services and our extensive empowerment programme.

Visit Simons project