Twice a year, the Council of the European Union publishes a call for paid internship. We are pleased to announce that this year, a regular paid or unpaid internship has also been joined by an internship program for people with identified disabilities. The Positive Action Program for Trainees with a Disability, as the program is called, allows for 4-6 paid internships each year.
EPEKA Association has become a partner of ErasmusIntern.org project, widening the international impact of the organisation and enabling prospective students to gain knowledge and experience through work within our organisation.
The Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent., announces that within the Call for Proposals “Strengthening the Competences of Young People through Active Citizenship for Increasing Employability” we have been selected for the implementation of the project “Through Youth Work Against Youth Unemployment – Fair Employment”.
On 27th January we held the opening of the photography exhibition “Auschwitz” by Branimir Ritonja.
On Friday, 24th January 2020 at 18:00, we kindly invite you to the Gallery EPEKA, Koroška cesta 8, where we will host a presentation of the book and an opening of the photography exhibition “See, this is where you will live now“
The past year has been marked again by rising instability in the Western Balkan (WB) region. This ranges from large scale ongoing protests in Serbia and Bosnia, increasing tensions over borders, trade disputes and the closing of markets and unsanctioned violence against journalist.