During May, the team of the non-governmental organization Center for Lifelong Learning Lighthouse, conducted a promotional campaign within the project "Right to Works for Everyone". The project was promoted in Roma Mahala, Mikronaselje and Hotel No. 3 located in Zvečan.
Zvečan is a town and municipality located in the Mitrovica District in Kosovo. As of 2015, it has a population of 16,650 inhabitants. It covers an area of 122 km², and consists of a town and 35 villages. Zvečan is a part of North Kosovo, a region with an ethnic Serb majority that functions largely autonomously from the remainder of ethnic Albanian-majority Kosovo. After the 2013 Brussels Agreement, the municipality became part of the Community of Serb Municipalities. Also, one of Center for Lifelong Learning Lighthouse Free Time Centers is located in the premises of Secondary Technical School in Zvečan. The programs in the Center include education-leisure workshops and learning life skills.
During September, Free Time Centers Zvečan and Zubin Potok will enroll new students aged 14 to 18 years old.
The second two days seminar within the project "Reintegration of Returnees in North Kosovo" was held in the premises of CIVIC Center in North Mitrovica.
A two days seminar within the project "Reintegration of Returnees in North Kosovo" was conducted in the premises of CIVIC Center in North Mitrovica.