In the period of 27 February – 02 March 2014 Coalition SEGA organized training in the hotel Ambient, Struga for the selected 15 children ombudsmen from 5 primary schools from Prilep, Tetovo, Debar, Kumanovo and Kavadarci,. On this training the children acquired knowledge about the Convention on the rights of the child and how to educate their peers for reporting violations of children rights in their schools. Also on this training were determined the ways for cooperation among children ombudsmen and the deputy Public Ombudsmen in R.M responsible for child rights.
The aim of the activities implemented by Coalition SEGA is to improve the condition of the children in the schools and to point to better care for them by the adults. Through this training we want to educate the children for the rights they have and to contribute to realization of these rights in the schools – emphasized Zoran Ilieski, Executive director of SEGA.
The model of child ombudsman is functioning in 20 primary and secondary schools and represents great institutional tool for transferring of the Convention on the rights of the child as well as protection of child rights in the schools. This model, SEGA started to implement from 2011 within the project “Implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child” supported by the Children Foundation Pestalozzi.
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Organization: Coalition of youth organizations SEGA
Position: Consultant for preparation of analysis of the education legislative regulating children and youth participation in the European countries with special view of the Balkan countries
The Coalition of youth organizations SEGA is sustainable and developed nonprofit youth organization acting on local, national and regional level, long term and serious partner in the implementation of youth programmes together with youth, NGOs, state institutions and business sector. Coalition SEGA works on developing and implementation of youth policies at local and national level, connecting and empowering youth organizations aiming at activating young people and improving the conditions for their professional development in the Republic of Macedonia.
Within the project “Implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child in Macedonia”, financed by the Pestalozzi Children’s Foundation, preparation of analysis of the legislation regulating children and youth participation in the educational processes is envisaged. Aiming to achieve this, SEGA announces public call for consultant services for conducting analysis of the education legislative regulating children and youth participation in the European countries with special view of the Balkan countries, and as well determining existing documents regulating the status of children in Macedonia.
Consultant engagement will be in duration of maximum 7 days in the period of 15 – 30 April 2014. Terms of references of the consultant:
- Preparation of list of documents (legal framework) adopted at European and national level;
- Preparation of the analysis with formulated recommendations;
- Preparation of Final analysis.
All interested may apply through submitting the following documentation:
All applicants should fulfill the following criteria:
Application deadline is 05 March 2014. Selected consultant will be contacted no later than 12 March 2014.
Submit your documentation on the following address:
Coalition of youth organizations SEGA
St. Ivo Lola Ribar No. 5, 7500 Prilep
With reference to: “Public call for consultant”
For any further information all interested applicants may contact:
Coalition of youth organizations SEGA
tel.: +389 78 470 400
+389 48 429 390
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Coalition SEGA this year will continue to implement the project “Implementation of the Convention on the rights of the child”. The aim of the project is to improve the implementation of the child rights in the schools, establishment of practical and effective mechanisms for protection of child rights, improvement of child participation as well as the processes for election of class presidents.
The projects will continue with its implementation in 20 primary and secondary schools in partnership with the following organizations: Youth Council Prilep, Youth Council Ohrid, ZONA Kavadarci, Center for Sustainable Community Development - Debar, Youth Club – Stip, Multiculture – Tetovo, Association for democratic initiatives – Gostivar, Local Development Agency – Struga, IMKA – Bitola and Center for intercultural dialogue – Kumanovo.
Activities from three components will be implemented within this project:
The project is supported by the Children Foundation Pestalozzi.
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