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PRESENCE AT THE MEETING OF THE KA2 GRANTEES FOR CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION FOR 2019

Thursday, February 7, 2019

On January 28 and 29, 2019, in Brussels, a meeting of the KA2 grantees was organized by EACEA, for capacity building in higher education for 2019 in support of the modernization, availability and internationalization of higher education in the partner countries of the Erasmus+ program.

At the meeting, as a representative from NAEOPM, Milena Petrusevska, Head of the Unit for Budget Coordination, was present.The purpose of this meeting was to provide guidance on the management of received grants, as well as exchange of knowledge, contacts and networking.

During the meeting, special meetings and consultations were held with the representatives of the Western Balkans.

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PRELIMINARY MEETING OF THE PARTNERS FROM THE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP "YOUTH AT WORK" FOR TRAINING OF COACHES AND CREATING A BASE OF COACHES

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

On January 15 and 16, 2019, in Madrid, Spain a meeting of Partners from the Strategic Partnership "Youth at Work" took place.

At the meeting, as representatives of the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility, Mrs. Lulesa Iljazi, Head of the Sector for Strategic Partnerships in the field of education, training and youth, and Mr. Jovica Mitevski from Department for Strategic Partnerships in youth and structural dialogue, were present.

The purpose of this meeting was to create the content part of the training for coaches as the first phase of the "Youth at Work" partnership, which will result in setting up the base of coaches.

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INCLUSION OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM DIFFERENT SECTORS AND THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOBILITY IN ERASMUS+

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

On February 5 in the premises of the Hotel Sirius in Strumica, an event was organized by CNVP Building a Greener Economic Environment as part of the project " Youth from rural areas for Macedonia's integration into the EU".

At this event where presented the opportunities for mobility and the involvement of representatives from various sectors in Erasmus+.

Representatives from the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility, Dragica Ivanovska, Aleksandar Bogojevski and Jovica Mitevski, presented the models of inclusion in the key actions, application web forms, the application process, the possibility to include people with special needs, recognition of skills and qualifications in the field of higher education, youth and school education.

The event was attended by students from the region of Eastern Macedonia, students, representatives from primary and secondary schools, representatives from the non-governmental sector, as well as representatives from higher education institutions.

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Meeting with the Director of the Agency for Emigration

Monday, February 4, 2019

On February 1, Mr. Astrit Rexhepi representative from the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility had a working meeting with the director of the Agency for Emigration, Mr. Nikola Shalvarinov.

At the meeting were discussed the future activities of the agencies, and how in the future to strengthen the cooperation and through joint activities to promote the opportunities offered by the Erasmus+ Program.

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PRESENTATION OF THE EUROPEAN INITIATIVE EURYDICE AND THE OPPORTUNITIES OF ERASMUS+

Monday, 4 February 2019

On January 31 2018, at the closing conference of the project "Strengthening the role of the civil society in ensuring the equality and quality in pre-school education, upbringing and care", the European initiative Eurydice and the opportunities of the Erasmus+ program were presented.

The conference was attended by a large number of representatives from kindergartens, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, the European Delegation, educational institutions working in the field of preschool education and civil society organizations.

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WORKSHOPS FOR KA102

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

On January 24 and 25, 2019, in the new premises of the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility, two workshops for Key Action 102 - Mobility of students and staff / employees in the field of vocational education and training took place.

The workshops were attended by a large number of guests from different sectors: vocational schools, companies, NGOs, foundations etc.

At the workshops were discussed the possibilities of applying in the field of vocational education and training:

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Inclusion of representatives from different sectors and mobility opportunities in Erasmus+

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

On January 29, 2019, in the premises of the multimedia center Kanal 77 in Stip, an event organized by CNVP Building a Greener Economic Environment was held, attended by representatives of the National Agency for European Programs and Mobility Mr. Jovica Mitevski, from the Department for Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth and Structural Dialogue, Mr. Aleksandar Bogojevski, from the Department for Mobility in higher education, training and youth and Ms. Martina Najdoski, from the Department for Mobility in the area of vocational and school education.

The event was attended by scholars from the region of Eastern Macedonia, students, representatives from primary and secondary schools, representatives from the NGO sector, representatives from higher education institutions, as well as representatives from the municipalities.

Representatives from the National Agency shared more information on the opportunities and benefits that are part of the Erasmus Plus program in the field of school and higher education and in the field of youth.

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Public discussion: "Why a law for youth is necessary"

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

On January 30, 2019, in the "Park Residence" hotel in Skopje, a public discussion took place on the topic "Why the law for youth is necessary".

This event is part of a series of public consultations at the national level that are organized with young people and other stakeholders who are actively involved in the creation and implementation of youth policies.

The event is supported by the Progress Institute for Social Democracy and the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation from Finland.

The public discussion was conducted by Marija Merkovska, Progress Institute for Social Democracy, and speakers of the discussion were:

 • Darko Kajevski, President of SDMM;

 • Jovan Joleski, UMS VMRO-DPMNE;

 • Kushtrim Ala, Youth Forum of DUI;

 • Blazen Maleski, President of NMSM.

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VISIT TO THE BULGARIAN AMBASSADOR OF THE NATIONAL AGENCY

Monday, January 28, 2019

On January 25, the Bulgarian Ambassador to the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Angel Angelov, at his request, visited the new premises of the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility and met with the Director, Ms. Lidija Dimova.

At the meeting, the two sides agreed for a deeper cooperation between the Macedonian and the Bulgarian National Agency.

The Bulgarian Ambassador, Mr. Angel Angelov, introduced the Director Dimova about the purpose of the Bulgarian bilateral assistance for the Republic of Macedonia, which was put into function of the European integration of Macedonia for the following target groups:

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PROJECT: "ALL FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT"

Thursday, January 24, 2019

The Director of the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility, Ms. Lidija Dimova, today attended the initial conference to mark the start of the three-year project "All for Research and Development".

This is a capacity-building project obtained by the Executive Agency for Education, Culture and Audiovisual Policy in Brussels.

This is a partnership project between the Civil Engineering Institute Macedonia, which is the project's holder, then the Faculty of Civil Engineering at UKIM and the construction faculties from Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Finland and Austria.

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