The project “Strengthening the regional cooperation to promote civic space in the Western Balkan countries” was successfully finalized in October 2022.
It’s time for a little self-promotion. The Balkan Network for Local Democracy team has released a promotional publication to promote Western Balkan activities.
The Balkan Network for Local Democracy is proud to present to you our very own local democracy quiz, of which it has been extensively made sure that it can provide a good test of one's local democracy knowledge.
The event "My city – Youth city" brought together all stakeholders (representatives of the Municipality, public institutions, non-governmental sector, as well as youth representatives) who work with young people and seek to improve their position in society together to discuss the current situation and to present some good practices in the local community, including several initiatives that have been implemented by young people.
LDA Subotica is concluding the first phase of the initiative entitled All our towers, designed as a comprehensive set of awareness raising, research and advocacy activities, jointly developed by LDA Subotica team and local partner CSOs as well as individual associates and experts. Its main rationale is to reinvigorate the public debate on inter-religious tolerance particularly among youth and open up the public space for a broader participation of diverse local actors who would contribute to a more effective functioning of the Municipal Council for inter-ethnic relations.
In cooperation between the Municipality of Peja and the Local Democracy Agency of Kosovo, a meeting with the topic "Capital investments from public funds for the years 2022-2024” was held.
One of the organizations indirectly involved in designing the draft of Local Action plan for youth was LDA Nikšić. They were invited to gather its young volunteers to be part of focus groups organized for the purpose of a needs assessment of the youth by the local Youth Office.
An interesting feature of our website that is worth checking out is the interactive map of all of the BNLD members that you can find in the top right corner of the menu.
Mostar – Spaces to Activate and Rejuvenate is a three-year project, which aims to improve the contents and use of public spaces in Mostar through the active involvement of citizens and support for their initiatives that contribute to the quality of civic, cultural, and economic life in the city of Mostar.
Public administration reform is one of the key preconditions on which the European integration process of the Republic of Serbia is based on. Within the WeBER project, which is focused on monitoring and reporting on the progress of public administration reform in Serbia, Local Democracy Agency Subotica implemented the Local Civic Monitor project. The WeBER project subgranting programme is a project funded by the European Union and coordinated by Centre for European Policy.
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