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In the frame of the Divided Past-Joint Future, YCC Bitola hosted the training for partner organisations aimed about usage of a new tool for advocacy and non-formal education of cross-sectoral approach for peace and reconciliation. Participants had opportunity to explore the concept of social innovations and to see its reflection in the project design and its place in project activities.
Using this approach in an appropriate way will influence credibility of CSOs active in the mentioned policy field. With the strenghtening of their own capacities, all partners will position themselves as equal actors in the debate concerning peace and reconciliation with the public sector, business community as well as with the citizens and other civil society organisations.
The training was organized in hotel Sator, Bitola between 15-18 November.
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