Institutional Grant Civica Mobilitas

Joint Forces for Common Interests

Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market

Economic empowerment of women in the two municipalities

Youth activism leading towards coexisting of diversities in the community

Connecting and empowering women civic organizations in the Western Balkans which work on women's rights and gender equality

Political Empowerment of Roma Women "Roma Women Can Do It"

Institutional support for the implementation of the annual program of ANTIKO within the program CIVICA Mobilitas

“Through Education and Strengthening toward Social Inclusion and Active Citizenship”

Hotel Alexander Palace Skopje
International Conference "Peace and Security - Feminist Alternative - Antico 10 years of promotion of Peace and Nonviolence Culture through Social Engagement of Women"

"Through Education and Strengthening toward Inclusion and Active Citizenship" - project in collaboration with UNIFEM

Campaign: Mobbing, get informed and recognize it!
www.mobbingnet.org
 
 
Friday, August 17, 2018
PROJECT:
Joint Forces for Common Interests
Date: 1/18/2016
 
 

This project is funded by European Union within the IPA Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2014 Title of the project: Joint forces for common interests!

Project implemented by: COSV – Coordinamento delle Organizzazioni per il Servizio Volontario, branch Prilep in partnership with CCI-Prilep and ANTICO from Skopje

Duration of the project: 32 months, from January 2016 to August 2018

Total budget: 329.584.79 Euro Location of the project implementation: 12 multiethnic municipalities

Final beneficiaries: Multi-ethnic communities from the selected municipalities

Overall objectives: Strengthening the civil society impact in promoting intercommunity relation through a participatory democracy.

Specific objectives: a) To support the intercommunity trust building process through acknowledgement of the common community interests b) To stimulate local community actions for participation in interest based local decision making processes c) To strengthen the capacities of the local civil society in analysis and evidence based advocacy through multi-stakeholder networking

Planned activities will be implemented within 3 main components: Component 1 – Capacity building: Selection of CSOs partnerships with multi-ethnic municipalities for promoting inter-community relations where within the project will be selected 12 municipalities that have applied together with 12 civil society organizations. In order to support the organizations capacity building trainings will be implemented in advocacy through interest based negotiations, data analysis research and fact-finding, conflict resolution through circle processes and women perspective in needs identification.The implementation of the activities will result with Public institutions and governments recognize the importance of CSOs in improving good governance through CSOs’ inclusion in decision making processes. Component 2 Establishment of the consultation mechanism for identification of common community interests where the 12 mentor organizations will initiate Establishment of municipal body for identification of the common community interests – composed of members from the municipal council, from the political parties, commissions for interethnic relations, civil society. The body will coordinate the Process of common needs identification through organization of community forums in each of the municipalities. A wide audience and participation will be encouraged for a participative identification of the common needs; then, as a second stage, the Process for preparation of annual program will be initiated. Component 3 – Intercommunity trust building process that will start with Preparation and launching of the first call for small grants for intercommunity trust building addressing the first 6 pilot municipalities following with the second call for small grants for the second 6 municipalities. The calls will be developed on the basis of the 12 annual programs developed in the previous component. After the selection of the beneficiaries of the grants mentoring process for implementation of joint projects for interest based local decision making will follow implemented by the 12 mentors’ organizations. This will result with CSO activities are guided by strategic long-term organizational planning and Government support to CSOs is available and provided in a transparent, accountable, fair and non-discriminatory manner. Component 4 – Visibility and promotion through Web portal, Cross-country coordination meetings, Research of the effectiveness of the program.

For more information visit the project website http://jointforces.eu

 
 
FULFILLED ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS WITHIN THE PROJECT
 
 
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- Gender Equality in Local Communities - project in collaboration with GFW
- Campaign: Mobbing, get informed and recognize it!
www.mobbingnet.org
- "Through Education and Strengthening toward Inclusion and Active Citizenship" - project in collaboration with UNIFEM
7/4/2009 - Hotel Alexander Palace Skopje
International Conference "Peace and Security - Feminist Alternative - Antico 10 years of promotion of Peace and Nonviolence Culture through Social Engagement of Women"
5/1/2009 - “Through Education and Strengthening toward Social Inclusion and Active Citizenship”
4/1/2013 - Institutional support for the implementation of the annual program of ANTIKO within the program CIVICA Mobilitas
- Political Empowerment of Roma Women "Roma Women Can Do It"
- Connecting and empowering women civic organizations in the Western Balkans which work on women's rights and gender equality
4/10/2013 - Youth activism leading towards coexisting of diversities in the community
4/30/2015 - Economic empowerment of women in the two municipalities
1/20/2016 - Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market
1/18/2016 - Joint Forces for Common Interests
1/1/2017 - Institutional Grant Civica Mobilitas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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