Monday - Friday: 09.00am until 16.30pm
On January 31st, a training on the topic "Youth Rights at Work - Decent Work for Young People", was held in Strumica,
which lasted until February 2 and was organized by the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the Coalition of youth organizations SEGA. The training was conducted by Aleksandar Ristovski, professor at the Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus" in Skopje who is an expert in the field of labor rights. The topics of this training are: young workers and labor market, flexibility and variability in the labor market, basic principles and rights to work, decent job positions, rights and responsibilities at the workplace, employment contracts, working conditions and many others that have an aim of raising the awareness of young people about their rights at the workplace, that is, informing and introducing young workers with their basic rights at the workplace. About 25 young people, representatives of institutions, representatives of labour unions and civil society organizations from all over Macedonia took part in this training.
This training is part of the National Campaign "365 Workers' Rights for Youth" launched by the Youth Information and Advisory Centers INFO SEGA from Prilep and Kavadarci in cooperation with Fakulteti.mk and the Confederation of Free Syndicates of Macedonia. The campaign aims to raise awareness among young people about their labor rights. Through campaign activities, it will help increase the awareness of young people to understand that they have rights in their workplace, how to get the necessary information and where to find them. The campaign aims to raise awareness among young people about their labor rights. Through campaign activities, it will work to increase the awareness of young people to understand that they have rights in the workplace in which way, where and how to get information about them.