Regional Training for Trainers “Working with Young Women” was held from 12-15. March 2012. at the Hotel Palas in Belgrade. The training was organized by CARE International within the project “Young men as allies in preventing violence and conflict in the Western Balkans” and was held by Silva Rukavina [Status M, Zagreb] and Tijana Mijalković [Center E8, Belgrade]. The methodology of work was based on the Manual that was developed and applied by non-governmental organization Promundo from Brazil, which has, among other things, been working with the girls and in strengthening their capacities through topics such as sex and gender, sexuality, the role of women and fighting against violence, among others. The training was also attended by Simon Gomes from Promundo who reported her’s experiences in the education of girls in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, answering questions and giving advice for future work. Tijana and Silva were among the trainers who have worked in May 2011 on the adaptation of this guide for the region. The participants consisted of 16 young women, with previous experience in working with young people, from partner organizations in Belgrade, Pristina, Kosovska Mitrovica, Zagreb, Banja Luka, Sarajevo and Mostar. Participants had the opportunity to learn through workshops on gender equality, violence, drugs, reproductive health, contraception, and areas of activism. The work was based not only on learning about the issues, but also included working on skills, and practical advice that will be used when those girls are in a position to educate others. Part of the training was devoted to trainees practicing the delivering of workshops, which they successfully did so, assuring us that they will continue to spread the positive effects of this project in their cities.