Since January 2010, CCG has been implementing the project called Kosovo Youth for Democracy and Peacebuilding. Its overall goal is to create awareness and consolidate knowledge of basic principles of democracy and human rights achieving greater social cohesion and community dialog among Kosovo civil society and young people. 

The action targets young people and youth NGOs in Kosovo to reinforce and build on their capacities to engage in society. This project is implemented in partnership with YMCA Kosovo and funded by the European Commission and managed by the European Commission Liaison Office in Kosovo (ECLO). This project is implemented in partnership with YMCA funded by European Commission and managed by the European Commission Liaison Office in Kosovo (ECLO) and French Embassy in Kosovo.
“Kosovo Youth for Democracy and Peacebuilding” seeks to increase the ability of youth in Kosovo to participate actively in society and engage their communities. It also aims to facilitate integration and understanding among Kosovo youth from different ethnicities and backgrounds, promote dialogue, and facilitate reaching common ground solutions to problems facing youth. Focusing oncommonalities is a way to build unity around a common message and pursue a common goal, enriched and not obstructed by differences of background.
YMCA in Kosovo is a values-based organization formed of volunteers that seeks to share the ideal of building a human community of justice with love, peace and reconciliation for the fullness of life for all creation. It is a non-profit, apolitical, nongovernmental, nonreligious and inclusive youth association which aims to provide more opportunities and actively to interact with the youth in it’s local community. Inspired by the worldwide mission of YMCA as a viable answer to the needs of Kosovo, a National Office was established in August 2003, focusing on social responsibility, social inclusion and youth development. Afterwards programs in Prishtina and Peja started, and activities in Mitrovica, Ferizaj and Gjakova. Nowadays, YMCA Kosovo, as a national association, has 6 operating branches: Prishtina, Peja, Gjakova, Mitrovica, Y Media Club, and Y International. YMCA Kosovo also established organization programs such as Kosovo Special Olympics and Basketball Academy.

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The Centre for Common Ground (CCG as SFCG is known in Europe) has been working toward reconciliation, interethnic relations and stability in the Western Balkans since 1994, beginning with Macedonia and later expanding into Kosovo after war erupted there. Although inter-communal tensions never exploded into full civil strife as they did in Kosovo, Macedonia did balance on the verge of civil war in early 2001 and sharp divides still exists between ethnic Macedonians, Albanians, Turks and Roma. Read more ...

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