Majke Jevrosime 21/5, Beograd

  • YEN has started the year of 2016 with the amazing Kick-Off Training “Opening Doors. It took place in Belgrade, Serbia from 16-21th of February. For the first time in history a YEN event was hosted by our member organization “Lunjina” – the Aromanian Youth Council of Serbia.

  • Respecting linguistic diversity? Language discrimination in the EU.


The Serbian-Aromanian association “Lunjina” was founded in 1991, with a goal to preserve the Aromanian name and to promote and commemorate the impact of the Aromanian nation in the cultural and economic developments of the Balkan Peninsula. Eventually, this society developed into a movement that aims to promote and affirm Aromanian folk customs, spiritual culture, art and literature. The Aromanians and their descendants have been made aware of their contributions to a better life in Serbia in the past centuries, especially to the civil society development. Therefore, the members of “Lunjina” association aim to create the conservation foundation of their traditions, songs, dance and religion.