Green Youth Citizens, a transnational network between Europe and Asia organized a week long environment protection advocacy training for youth from partner organizations. 24 youths from six countries namely Turkey, Nepal, India, Romania, Spain and Bangladesh attended the workshop. The first three days focused on introduction and getting to know each other, leadership and conceptual […]
With an understanding that a politically active civil society is critical to the sustainability of any democracy and an informed and active citizens is the driving force behind a genuine and competitive political process, Sambhawana organized three day workshop inviting young people from different background. The first batch was organized from 28-30 May and second on […]
Background:A politically active civil society is critical to the sustainability of any democracy. An informed and active citizenry is the driving force behind a genuine and competitive political process. Because democratic transitions are rooted in people and movements, sustainable democracy programs cannot be delivered in a top-down, one-off, and short-term manner. This three day program […]
Last month, Mr. Stefan Voinea , Director of Gazeta de Sud, Romania visited Nepal under the Partnering for Stronger Communities Grants Program for Community Solutions Program Alumni. Mr. Voinea and our director Ms. Anita Thapa are Community Solutions Programs Alumni, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, and implemented […]
The Green Youth Citizens was launched on 9th December 2013 in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is an innovative youth project proposed to create a transnational network between Europe and Asia. The project is implemented by six partners countries Romania, Spain, Turkey, India, Nepal and Bangladesh.