Departure of young people from Montenegro is an increasingly common occurrence
Why do talented, skilled people leave their homelands and go abroad? Why does no one see the struggle of young people and increasing brain drain from the region? What are the consequences of such migrations? What policies can be adopted to stem such movements and improve the position of youth?
It seems, despite great effort and work of young people to find their place under the domestic sun, no one sees it. Young people go out of a desire to improve their knowledge and earn as much as they deserve. It is clear that the situation must be repaired if we want to keep the young . An increasing number of young people are leaving and this is a worrying situation.
In the conversation with the students, we discover the main reasons for this and how this problem can be solved.
Author: Safeta Ljuca
This video was produced during the three-month Program for Students of Journalism in the Western Balkans within the framework of the advocacy project “A Better Region Starts with Youth” implemented by RYCO with the support of the Federal Republic of Germany. All journalists’ work is their own and the content of any given article, episode and journalistic item does not represent the opinion of RYCO, and RYCO cannot guarantee the validity and the accuracy of the information that these stories contain.