Our vice-president Nami Isaki has been elected for the mandate of Advisory Council on Youth (CCJ) 2022-2023, which establishes the standards and work priorities of the Council of Europe’s youth sector and makes recommendations for future priorities, programmes and budgets. This is going to be his second term with the CCJ and he is going to “dedicate himself to deliver best opportunities when it comes to access to rights and opportunities” of the young people across Europe.
Nami is a youth worker working in the field for more than 10 years. His engagement started as coordinator of MultiКулти, a youth center of North Macedonia. In the past 2 years, he is part of the executive board of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue (YEU Member organization). He is part of the experts group working on the draw of the first law on youth work in North Macedonia. His experience includes being a youth delegate on the Congress for local and regional authorities of Council of Europe.
Nami’s work with YEU is focused on one of YEU priorities: “Ensuring inclusive quality needs-based-education, youth work and promoting lifelong learning opportunities to all” and he is also leading one of YEU working groups on the same topic. His fields of expertise include Intercultural Dialogue, non-formal education, youth work and external representation.
YEU is thankful for all the support of our colleagues and we wish a successful and productive mandate to Nami! His passion for innovation and personal development in the youth sector was and will be a great asset for the position.