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Three days-long third part of the Young EUSAIR Communication Academy for young participants came to an end. From 24 to 26 October 2022, we were joined by young students and professionals from different organisations and several countries at Bled. They came to conquer theoretical knowledge of communication and digital communication as well as acquire practical skills in those fields. They start to understand that most of the time, how we communicate is as important (or even more important) as what we are saying.  The Academy was organised by EUSAIR Facility Point Lead Partner and the Centre for European Perspective.  

EUSAIR (EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region) is a Macro-regional Strategy joining 10 countries EU members and non-EU countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia, San Marino, Serbia, and Slovenia) striving to find common opportunities and solutions for common challenges. The general objective of the EUSAIR is to promote economic and social prosperity and growth in the region by improving its attractiveness, competitiveness, and connectivity with focusing on sustainable tourism, environmental quality, connecting the region, and blue growth.

The Modul III, the final modul of the Young EUSAIR Communication Academy, was attended by 40 participants from 8 countries (Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia).

The experts from different countries gave lectures and workshops covering topics on the foundations of communication, trends in digital communication, digital campaign development, public speaking, graphic design, mobile photography, and mobile videography. The final goal was to create a digital communication campaign on a topic connected to EUSAIR. Participants formed eight groups, each with five team members. Each group created their own digital campaign in less than five hours! Regardless of the time limit, the campaigns amazed government communicators and key implementers who chose team blue as the final winner.

Besides that, there was also time for networking and connecting with other peers interested in communication from the region.