The League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia (SKOJ) was re-established on January 25, 1992 in Belgrade as the continuator of revolutionary traditions of the original SKOJ which emerged in 1919, and was abolished in 1948. SKOJ was revived in the form a youth organization of the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ), the only Marxist-Leninist party in the territory of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, but it is also active as an independent political organization. SKOJ members make approximately one third of the entire NKPJ membership. SKOJ is the only youth organization from the region of Ex-Yugoslavia that is as a member of the World Federation of Democratic Youth-WFDY.
Open Letter to president of Serbia, president of National Assembly of Serbia, president of Serbian Government and minister of Foreign Affairs. Mr. President, In the spirit of international solidarity, […]
On September 1st 2011 a delegation of New Communist Party of Yougoslavia (NKPJ) and League of Yugoslav Communist Youth (SKOJ) carried out a protest at the Embassy of Slovakia against […]
And neither any measures of extermination, nor prisons or death sentences will be able to stop this wheel, driven by the proletariat under the leadership of the Communist International. It […]
Dear comrades, SKOJ expresses deep sorrow to Norway over the death of innocent people in the terrorist attack. We condemn this act. We are deeply saddened and shocked by the […]