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From 1st of October 2017, Coalition SEGA started the implementation of the project “Strengthening Youth Engagement in Local Communities”. The project is part of the Citizen Participation Project implemented by the East West Management Institute (EWMI) in a consortium with Metamorphosis, FOSM Macedonia, NMMS and ADI (http://metamorphosis.org.mk/proekti_arhiva/proekt-za-gragjansko-uchestvo - cep), financially supported by USAID.

The main objective of the project is to increase the impact of youth organizations towards civil participation in decision making at the local and national level, which will contribute to improving the status and well-being of young people in the country. The main objective will be achieved through the following results of the project:  1) Developed and applied innovative tool for detecting youth needs, focusing on civic participation, 2) Enhanced knowledge and skills of youth organizations to address the current needs of young people, 3) Improved understanding of youth participation in the local community.

The project will introduce the Youth Development Index in Macedonia as a new and innovative tool for addressing the needs of young people at all levels. The activities will enable the involvement of member organizations in their local communities.

The project will be implemented in the period from October 1, 2017 - September 30, 2020, with a total budget of US $ 113,125.00.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 October 2017 14:59



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Coalition of youth organizations SEGA implements the Macedonia Model United Nations (MMUN) programme. Macedonia Model United Nations (MMUN) is a program that encourages youth in high school and college throughout Macedonia to engage in current events, and develop an improved understanding of diplomacy and cross-cultural collaboration. MMUN is not politically affiliated; it encourages free speech and democratic processes. It empowers youth to develop solutions based on constructive debate with their peers, challenging them to gain a better understanding of world issues and complex topics.

So far six national conferences of the United Nations Model have been organized by Coalition Sega in Macedonia (2012 - 2017) and we are starting with preparations for the next 2018 MMUN Conference. This year, MMUN is changing formats, allowing for improved engagement across Macedonia. This new model will allow for youth to improve life skills while they prepare for the final conference 2018. In order for youth to participate in the conference, they must be involved in local clubs. This is where you come in, as all clubs must be led by a Club Coordinator at a local NGO in their community. We invite all organizations to establish these MMUN clubs as they are a great way to increase engagement with your organization and your work in the community.

Coalition Sega officially announces the open call for Club Coordinators. See information below regarding the requirements and responsibilities.

Main responsibilities of Club Coordinators include:

  • Advertising MMUN in High Schools and Colleges in order to get more participants.
  • Teaching sessions leading up to the MMUN conference in May.
  • Interviewing for Club Leaders

  All interested candidates for Club coordinators should fit the following criteria:

·         Must be involved with organization/school

·         Organizational skills

·         Excellent English skills (writing and fluent speaking);

·         Excellent communication skills;

·         Ability to work with team.

All applicants are required to submit:

·         Motivation (cover) letter;

·         CV; and

Complete documentation you should submit to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  no later than 30 October 2017.

Representatives of member organizations of SEGA will have advantage in the selection process.

Selected Club Coordinators will attend a training that will provide more information regarding Club Coordinator responsibilities.

For any additional information related to this call please contact with: Elena Lazova This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and Zlatica Shemova This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 October 2017 10:25



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Today, in the EU InfoCentre, representatives of youth organizations and relevant ministries had the opportunity to discuss in common the challenges in the process of issuing a temporary residence visa for the volunteers of the European Voluntary Service, and to discuss possible solutions in order to overcome these challenges.

In recent years, organizations working with EVS (European Voluntary Service) program, are more likely to face problems of drawn-out process of issuing a visa D for European volunteers coming to Macedonia.

"Only 46% of the accredited youth organizations which in the past period were hosts of European volunteers within the Erasmus + programme, waited for more than 4 months for temporary visas to be issued to its volunteers and 54% of them waited for more than 2 months.

The complexity of the residence regulation procedures for volunteers, which is the same as for   immigrant's stay regulation, on one hand, and the low level of communication between the relevant institutions on this issue on the other, are the most common reasons for such situations.

“It is necessary to start making changes to the Law on Foreigners in order to facilitate the procedure for regulating the stay for volunteers from the European Voluntary Service, "said Zoran Ilieski, Executive Director of the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA.

This situation by delaying the process of issuing visas for foreign citizens through the EU Programme  ERASMUS + is reflected by canceling volunteers from projects, loss of funds, but also damaging the reputation of our country in the eyes of EU citizens, for which we are visibly worried.


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