Youth Initiative for Human Rights, with regard to its upcoming 11th birthday, officially launches the YIHR.hub – a new, free and exciting co-working space in the Zagreb city center that will be open for civil society organizations, informal initiatives, youth and everyone who wants to change the world!
As a part of the event, the Social Innovators project will be presented, together with a panel discussion focused on increasing the employability of youth with education in humanities and social sciences and popularizing seeking employment in civil society organizations. Youth Initiative for Human Rights will present its work at the reception “11 years of uncompromising struggle for human rights” and mark its 11th year of work.
The event will be held at Đorđićeva 8a (Zagreb), second floor, beginning at 16h.
The representatives of civil society organizations will be able to participate in a discussion about the planned activities of the Social Innovators project, tour the new YIHR.hub and discover ways to get involved. They will discuss how to empower NGOs, increase the employability of youth and develop their skills which will equip them to work in NGOs and alleviate the NGOs in terms of training new workers for the specific challenges of working in civil society organizations.
16:00 – 16:30 YIHR.hub and Social Innovators project Presentation
16:45 – 18:00 Panel discussion: Deconstruction of Social Innovation – the return of the underrated!
18:00 – 19:00 Reception
18:30 – 19:00 Musical performance by Domaćigosti choir
19:00 – 19:30 11 years of uncompromising struggle for human rights – the celebration of the 11th birthday of the Youth initiative for human rights and the Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize
We are inviting activists, journalists, NGOs, youth organizations and social entrepreneurs, as well as our associates and friends to join us at one of the events or the whole program, and celebrate with us this important day for the Youth Initiative for Human Rights!
Social Innovators project is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The project is cofinanced by the Government of the Republic of Croatia Office for Cooperation with NGOs. Project partners are Youth Initiative for Human Rights, PINA Slovenija, National Management School from Bulgaria and Østfold University College from Norway.