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This platform has been created under the Regional Programme on Local Democracy in the Western Balkans,which is funded by the European Union and implemented by the UNDP

Public call in Bihać

In the framework of ReLOaD2, over 10 young people were engaged in 10 partner municipalities/cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the City of Bihać, one engagement has already been successfully completed and has created numerous quality results. Therefore, we offer the opportunity to hire another young person in this position! If you are between 18 and 30 years old and want an engagement that will develop your own capacities and help to improve the cooperation between civil society organizations and your city, this is the ideal opportunity for you!
You have the opportunity to apply for a public call for volunteers in the community! The deadline for applications is 📆 May 9!
Applications with the necessary documentation should be sent to 📥 and if you are selected, you will work in the premises of a local institution and contribute to cooperation with #NGOs and civil/youth associations, as well as the ReLOaD2 project in the implementation of activities at the level the area where you live.

#ReLOaD is funded by #EuropeanUnion and implemented by #UNDP.


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