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Erasmus+ informative day in the fields of sports and youth was held

An Erasmus+ informative day in sports and youth, jointly organized by the National Erasmus+ office and the Ministry of Sports and Youth of Montenegro, was held today and yesterday at the Rectorate building of the University of Montenegro.

The purpose of this event was to inform all participants involved in sports and youth of available participation opportunities within the framework of the Erasmus+ call for building capacity, as well as to acquire knowledge and recommendations on how to write project proposals.

Mr. Dragoslav Šćekić, minister of Sports and Youth, opened the Info Day: “It is my pleasure that the Ministry participates in this kind of organization, in which we try to get closer to youth and sports people and help them expand their knowledge, personal potential, and social-emotional skills. The mobility of young people needs to be continuously monitored to determine trends and establish new, appropriate activities for them. There is a need to establish mechanisms that oversee programs and affirm their effects, which is one of the priorities of the Government Demography and Youth Department and the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The Erasmus+ office and the Ministry will continue to cooperate for the common goal because we have the same aim,” said Šćekić.

Vanja Drljević, Head of the National Erasmus+ office, praised the cooperation with the Ministry of Sports and Youth, which, as the main institution, formulates policies in the fields of sports and youth. She said that Erasmus+ is the major program of the European Union in the fields of education, training, youth, and sports. “Erasmus+ is truly an example of a successful European story; it is recognized as one of the most thriving initiatives of the European Union because it has greatly developed and now incorporates every level of education and training, including youth and sports. Montenegro could also be considered an example of good practice when it comes to participation in the Erasmus+ program.

Liselotte Isaksson, deputy chief of the Department for Cooperation of the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro, said that through this program, over 13 million young people from Europe have studied, worked, or trained during the past 35 years. “This year, we are hopeful to see more supported actions in the field of sports and sports events that fight against discrimination, promote more social inclusion, and encourage a healthy lifestyle,” Isaksson said.

The previous results of Montenegro in these actions of Erasmus+ were presented by Vanja Drljević, Haed of the National Erasmus+ Office, while Rina Muhaj and Ljiljana Gogić presented the new call for opportunities for participation in the fields of sports and youth. Relevant reperesentatives from the Ministry of Sports and Youth also took part in this event.

Erasmus+ sports and youth results – Vanja Drljević, National Erasmus+ Office

Capacity building in the field of youth; How to write a competitive project proposal – Rina Muhaj, National Erasmus+ Office

Capacity building in the field of sports – Ljiljana Gogić, National Erasmus+ Office

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