This fall we are sending our professionals to Russia to work on a project which aims to achieve a better cooperation and peaceful dialogue between EU and North Caucasus.
Youth work in North Caucasus is often voluntary-based and the resources for it are scarce. At the same time, North Caucasus is one of the most multicultural areas in the world and one of the most densely populated in Russia. The main aim of RKI’s project is to share knowledge and practices among youth workers in the area and participate in the dialogue and cooperation between the EU and North Caucasus.
The project is a Finnish-Bulgarian-Russian partnership which will be carried out in two parts in 2019 and 2020. Both in Bulgaria and in Karachay-Cherkessia, Russia. Working together with RKI are two youth organizations from the mentioned countries.
The goal of the project is to share knowledge and good practices about empowering youth, intersectionality in youth work and to support young activists through social media and strengthen the cultural understanding and cooperation between the parties.
The project is funded by Erasmus+.