About us

Centre for Education and Development (CED) is a non-governmental organization which works in the Municipality of Tearce region since December 2006. The organization has as a target group of young people 12 to 28 years, and to achieve its goals always activities including youth, teachers, parents, leaders of institutions and other leading organizations.According to its strategic plan, CED in the next three years as has its priorities: Reducing deviant behavior among young people, and that by organizing cultural and sports events, protection of the environment, through awareness raising activities of citizens, improving interethnic cooperation between the nationalities living in the region, organizing joint activities.

Mission

Young people have skills, knowledge, and attitudes to take on initiatives and build a healthy and developed community where different ethnicities peacefully coexist.

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vission

CED invests in young people’s development through non-formal education, volunteerism and youth work fostering creative initiatives and mutual collaboration.

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main goals

The Association's main goals derive from its mission and vision. Within the fields of work, Education, Culture, Ecology and Institutional Development, CED will focus.

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What We Do

Education

By its own definition, whereby education represents the entirety of spiritual features or qualities, mental and physical, cultural habits that one gains from the systematic influence of school, family or society. In a word education presents different skill benefits to learn and to work.

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Culture

By its own definition, whereby education represents the entirety of spiritual features or qualities, mental and physical, cultural habits that one gains from the systematic influence of school, family or society. In a word education presents different skill benefits to learn and to work.

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Ecology

Since its foundation CED identified ecology as their scope. This need has come as a result of many activities and meetings with key people of the organization,
who have identified this area, and asked CED in the coming years to work in this program.

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Institutional development

Since its foundation CED identified ecology as their scope. This need has come as a result of many activities and meetings with key people of the organization,
who have identified this area, and asked CED in the coming years to work in this program.

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Projects

We create the things that we like to see outside, we love what
we do and work on projects that makes us better.

Completed

Today’s social media conscious society relies heavily on constant, coherent & creative communication with customers, clients & the masses.

Current

Today’s social media conscious society relies heavily on constant, coherent & creative communication with customers, clients & the masses.

60
Projects implemented
150
Activities implemented
1500
Participants trained
1600
Participated in youth exchanges
18000
Event beneficiaries

MEET OUR TEAM

METIN MUAREMI

President

Yllza Eshtrefi

Youth Coordinator

Ardita Asani

Project Coordinator

RAdmila serafimoska

Project manager

LIRIDON ASANI

Project manager

Vladimir Gjorgjevski

Project manager

NEWS

10 Years Beans Day

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The 10th edition of the Beans Day was organized by Center for education and development - CED on 20 and 21st of September 2018 in Tearce, which was visited by approximately 600 citizens from several surrounding countries but also from also Europe.

This year the activity financially was supported by European Union funded project: “Regional cooperation and networking in the field of agriculture, rural and economic development of cross-border areas” implemented by East Europe and German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and in cooperation with the EuroNatur and Municipality of Tearce.

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Social Entrepreneurship for change

EVSvladeLeipzigMembers of CED took part on Erasmus+ KA1 Training Course “Social Entrepreneurship for change” in Leipzig. Due to the current political and social situation in the world, Europe has faced the problem of huge waves of immigrants.

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New volunteers on CED

thumbnailFor the next 2 months, within the Erasmus+ EVS Program, CED is hosting three additional young volunteers from Turkey sent by SITODEDE (Sivil Toplum Destekleme Dernegi) and Kırklareli Provincial Directorate of National Education. The three of them will work on different projects with diverse themes such as art, culture, journalism and the promotion of youth work as part of CED. They are excited to start working on projects. Due to his backround in journalism, Orhan will teach students to take photos and videos. >>READ MORE<<

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CED with volunteers from Turkey

28511219 10216190695028054 829871043 nIn the period February and March 2018, within Erasmus+ EVS Programee, CED is hosting two young volunteers from Turkey sent by SITODEDE (Sivil Toplum Destekleme Dernegi). Resul Dagdelen has finished Atatürk University-Architecture of Desing Faculty-Landscape and Cansu Duman graduated Systematic Philosophy and Logic Department (TYL), Atatürk Üniversity, Erzurum (Türkiye), both experienced on the NGO sector.

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The role of CSO’s in promoting civic participation

metinMA democratic society can’t be developed at all its levels unless it enables full involvement of all interested parties. Active citizen participation means an individual or group action, with a view to identifying and addressing issues of public interest. Civic participation is a process where citizens organize themselves and their goals at the practical level and work together, whether at the individual level or through civil society organizations, to influence decision-making processes.

Participation in decision-making processes means opportunities for citizens, civic organizations and other stakeholders for being influenced the development of policies and laws that affect them. The concept of citizen participation dating from antiquity. The evidence of the writing of civic participation dates back to the seventh and eighth centuries B.C in ancient Greece. Participation in the assemblies of these governing units was open for all free citizens. Citizens' assemblies were called for the purpose of debating, achieving consensus and democratic decision-making.

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