In honour of the celebration of Budva Municipality Day, traditionally organized on November 22, the Youth Club, the Office for Prevention of Addiction and Youth, and the Secretariat for Social Affairs organized an evening dedicated to young people from Budva and the successes of the Office for Youth over the past year. The guests were addressed by Ms Ljiljana Pjerotic, Acting Secretary, and Ms Katarina Vukadinovic, Advisor at the Youth Office in Budva. They also awarded certificates of gratitude to people who actively contributed to the development of youth policy and youth work in Budva in the previous year.
Slobodan Franeta, chairman of the Global Communication Network, was one of the recipients of the certificate. Mr Franeta was involved in the working group that delivered the Action Plan and Strategy for Youth from 2018 to 2021, which has been ratified by the local parliament on January 28, 2019.
The Global Communication Network will continue to work actively on youth development in Budva and Montenegro. We strive to create new generations of independent thinkers through our activities, and I believe we have been doing a good job so far, primarily through The Herald of Freedom, which motivates young people to speak up about economic, political and social issues they are facing.said Mr Franeta for GCN Insight
The Budva November Days event, marking the 75th anniversary of Budva’s liberation in World War II, will be held from November 4 to 29 at several locations in the Municipality of Budva.
Correction: Budva marks the 75th anniversary of Budva’s liberation in World War II, not the 70th as it was previously reported.