Call for participation in digital competition about youth mobility is open for youth between 18 and 35 until 28th of February 2017.
GONG is implementing a project in collaboration with schools and civil society organizations from five European countries with the aim of improving programs for social inclusion and citizenship / intercultural education.
A youth workshop was held during January in Zagreb, that focused on the topic of participation in decision-making and the possibilities of using the Internet to express the needs of youth.
ZAGREB, March 3 (Hina) - Platform 112, an association of 60 civil society organisations, on Thursday described as a "Blitzkrieg against media pluralism" the proposal by the parliamentary committee on information, computerisation and the media that the parliament replace Croatian Radio and Television (HRT) director-general Goran Radman and appoint HRT editor Sinisa Kovacic as acting HRT director-general.
Dear respected Croatian representatives in the EU Parliament,
Although all of you have been elected as candidates of different political parties and you have various points of view, I am certain that your commitment to compliance of human rights and Constitution of the Republic of Croatia is genuine as well as respect for basic guidelines of EU policy regarding freedom of expression and importance of media independency for development of democratic society. Unfortunately, in our country both freedom of expression and independency of media are endangered and the situation threatens to become worse as we have already seen in some EU countries.