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Corruption? Not in my municipality!

Period of implementation: June 2020 – March 2021

Coalition ,,All for Fair Trials’’ started the implementation of the project ,,Corruption? Not in my municipality’’ with financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).’

Overall goal:

Strengthening civic participation in the fight against corruption at local levels.

Short – term goals:

  1. Strengthening capacities of the citizens in the fight against corruption;
  2. Promoting the cooperation between the citizens and the local self-government.

Target groups:

  1. The local self-government in North Macedonia;
  2. Citizens;
  3. Marginalized communities (people with disabilities, socially disadvantaged families, single parents of preschoolers and School Age Children);
  4. Urban areas;
  5. Civil Society Organizations.

Project activities:

Providing direct assistance to citizens through legal advice and general information regarding prevention of corruption at local level with:

  1. Creating an online service for asking questions related to corruption and conflict of interest (ask a question)

An educational campaign that will be implemented through:

  1. Creating educational posters and flyers for corruption and conflict of interest;
  2. Setting up a stand in front of the municipality;
  3. Creating short thematic brochures / manuals for citizens regarding the recognition of corruption and the available means to combat it.

Establishing cooperation with local groups of citizens:

  1. Organizing 4 focus groups with citizens from marginalized communities on topics related to corruption and conflict of interest;
  2. Mapping of specific problems and needs of special groups of citizens related to corruption at the local level;
  3. Creating a policy brief.

Cooperation with the local government and mediation in the communication between the local government and local groups of citizens:

  1. Preparation of analysis regarding the quality of public services and the risks of corruption and conflict of interest at local level;
  2. Organizing a round table with representatives of the local government, the local platform, the Coalition and other relevant stakeholders.

Expected results:

  1. Informing at least 100 residents of Karposh municipality about different ways to recognize and fight corruption at local level;
  2. Involvement of аt least 40 citizens in the fight against corruption at local level;
  3. Creation of 3 thematic brochures;
  4. Conducted 4 focus groups with citizens from marginalized communities on topics such as corruption and conflict of interest;
  5. Prepared policy brief;
  6. Prepared analysis regarding the quality of public services and the risks of corruption and conflict of interest at local level;
  7. Round table conference with representatives of the local government, the local platform, the Coalition and other relevant stakeholders.

Donor: United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The contents of this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the Government of the United States of America.

Period of implementation: June 2020 – March 2021

Coalition ,,All for Fair Trials’’ started the implementation of the project ,,Corruption? Not in my municipality’’ with financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).’

Overall goal:

Strengthening civic participation in the fight against corruption at local levels.

Short – term goals:

  1. Strengthening capacities of the citizens in the fight against corruption;
  2. Promoting the cooperation between the citizens and the local self-government.

Target groups:

  1. The local self-government in North Macedonia;
  2. Citizens;
  3. Marginalized communities (people with disabilities, socially disadvantaged families, single parents of preschoolers and School Age Children);
  4. Urban areas;
  5. Civil Society Organizations.

Project activities:

Providing direct assistance to citizens through legal advice and general information regarding prevention of corruption at local level with:

  1. Creating an online service for asking questions related to corruption and conflict of interest (ask a question)

An educational campaign that will be implemented through:

  1. Creating educational posters and flyers for corruption and conflict of interest;
  2. Setting up a stand in front of the municipality;
  3. Creating short thematic brochures / manuals for citizens regarding the recognition of corruption and the available means to combat it.

Establishing cooperation with local groups of citizens:

  1. Organizing 4 focus groups with citizens from marginalized communities on topics related to corruption and conflict of interest;
  2. Mapping of specific problems and needs of special groups of citizens related to corruption at the local level;
  3. Creating a policy brief.

Cooperation with the local government and mediation in the communication between the local government and local groups of citizens:

  1. Preparation of analysis regarding the quality of public services and the risks of corruption and conflict of interest at local level;
  2. Organizing a round table with representatives of the local government, the local platform, the Coalition and other relevant stakeholders.

Expected results:

  1. Informing at least 100 residents of Karposh municipality about different ways to recognize and fight corruption at local level;
  2. Involvement of аt least 40 citizens in the fight against corruption at local level;
  3. Creation of 3 thematic brochures;
  4. Conducted 4 focus groups with citizens from marginalized communities on topics such as corruption and conflict of interest;
  5. Prepared policy brief;
  6. Prepared analysis regarding the quality of public services and the risks of corruption and conflict of interest at local level;
  7. Round table conference with representatives of the local government, the local platform, the Coalition and other relevant stakeholders.

Donor: United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The contents of this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the Government of the United States of America.

 

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