European Western Balkans

Open call for anti-corruption civil society activities in the Western Balkans

The Centers for Civic Initiatives (CCI) from Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued a call for financial support to organizations that are registered and active in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey.

The purpose of this call is to provide support to local civil society organizations in the implementation of anti-corruption activities in the countries of the Western Balkans, which are part of the regional and EU program. Their activities should also be in line with the problems identified in the Regional Anti-Corruption Report, the Corruption Monitoring System and the SELDI 2020 Strategy.

The planned allocation amounts to 60,000 euros, and the individual grants should be at least 5,000 euros, but not more than 12,000 euros.

The deadline for submitting the short concept of the project is 4 March 2019 and should be sent electronically to seldigrants@ccibh.org. Also, any further question can be sent to the same mail until 11 February 2019.

All further information regarding the grant can be downloaded here.

CCI is a partner of the program “Civil Society for Good Governance and Anti-Corruption in Southeast Europe: Capacity Building for Monitoring, Advocacy and Awareness Raising (SELDI)”, implemented by implemented by the Southeast Europe Leadership for Development and Integrity Network (SELDI), whose coordinator is Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (MCIC).

The Program is funded by European Union.

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