Delta is mainly focused on youth empowerment through non-formal education (especially in the field democratic citizenship and human rights), the development of youth work and youth policies in Croatia.
Delta has 16 active members and three official representatives:
President: Maja Uršić Staraj
Executive directors: Maša Cek and Ema Žufić
Delta has three employees: Maša Cek, Ema Žufić, and Sara Sušanj, and a wide network of volunteers and expert associates.
How Does the Banana Affect the Head? - High School Students in Križevci Implemented Their Project on Reproductive and Mental Health
Through the research, we analysed the current context and needs of youth councils, as well as cities, municipalities, and counties. This is the first such research in Croatia.
On a sunny Thursday, May 25, 2023, three different locations were the focal points of the event "Discover Rijeka's Associations!"
"Coffee with the Dean" is a structured dialogue event which brought together students of the University of Rijeka and the head of the Academy of Applied Arts. Read more in the article!
Watch Out the Youth 2: Celebration Day Marked Achievements and Connected Youth Organisations in Pazin
On May 11th and May 12th, 2023, we organised a conference titled "Schools and CSOs Supporting Civic Education – Spaces of Collaboration" in Rijeka!
Read about Dora's experience from Norway, where she went to learn more about youth councils / youth advisory boards!
We spent another pleasant day at the Elementary School Zamet, talking to students about climate change and climate justice. Read more below!
For the first time in Križevci, high school students occupied the premises of the City Council during the "Take Action!" programme on Wednesday, April 19, 2023.
From March 26th to March 30th, 2023, we organised and participated in an interesting training programme for young people from Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We visited the island of Rab to talk about youth work and youth activism with the local community. Read more in the article!
How is education for democratic citizenship and human rights conducted in Norway? What is similar, and what is different compared to the Croatian context? Find out more in the article!
The project aims to empower young people and create spaces and opportunities for their stronger involvement in decision-making processes at the local level in Rijeka, Opatija and Križevci – certified Cities for Youth.
The project is focused on empowering high school students to actively participate in decision-making and advocate for the rights of students in the school and community, and to encourage them to engage in their local community.
The main objective of the project is to increase the participation of young people in the local community by strengthening the dialogue between young people and decision-makers through the implementation of the Youth Program of the City of Rijeka 2023-2030.
The general aim of the project is to empower children and youth to participate in decision-making processes in schools and increase the visibility of student councils in the community. The project is implemented until the end of 2024 with the financial support of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.
The project aims to increase the active participation of young people living on the Adriatic islands.
The project aims to respond to the insufficient involvement of young people in decision-making processes. Most cities, municipalities and counties in the Republic of Croatia do not have youth councils/youth advisory boards established in accordance with the Act on Youth Councils. In communities where councils exist, they mostly do not function well and there are no ways to monitor youth in...
The project „Healthy relationships“ focuses on the lack of quality content in comprehensive sex education (CSE) in school curricula, the lack of recognition of its importance by relevant stakeholders, and the stigma around CSE in Croatia.
The project is focused on improving the dialogue between young people and decision-makers and giving young people the opportunity to participate equally in shaping the life of their local communities.
The main objective of the project is to strengthen the democratic culture, civic awareness and civic engagement in Croatia through the establishment of a systematic cross-sectoral cooperation model between educational institutions and civil society organizations that will contribute to the implementation of civic education.
The project aims to empower and support young people in the local community and to create a stimulating environment for their inclusion in the community and decision-making processes in the City of Pazin.
The main objective of the project is to increase active participation of young people in their communities in the City of Pregrada and the City of Otočac.