Call for support to projects of civil society organisations in Montenegro

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on behalf of the Coalition for Equality STEP,
within the project Networking of civil society in relation to endangered human rights
in Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo announces

for support to projects of civil society organisations in Montenegro

You may submit your project proposals, that should contribute to fight against discrimination and promote equality, in English language, until 30 April 2014, and you will be notified on results of the competition approximately until 10 May 2014. Signing of the contract will be conducted upon the publication of the results. Project activities must be completed until 10 September 2014. Financial and narrative reports on implemented project must be submitted until 20 September 2014.

In order to apply for the call, it is necessary to fill Application Form and Budget template. Before completing this form please read the detail instructions-Guidelines.

Applications (filled application form and budget), together with accompanying necessary documentation for the call, should be sent to email address:, with the subject „Project proposal under the call Civil Society Networking on Critical Human Rights Values in Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, EIDHR/2011/162, Europe Aid/131085/C/ACT/Multi”, and printed version to the address: Centar za građansko obrazovanje (CGO), Njegoševa 36/I, 81 000 Podgorica. Should you have any concerns, you may obtain additional information by sending questions to, no later than 25 April 2014.

Coalition for Equality STEP has, with the support of the European Commission, provided funds for support of smaller projects in total amount of EUR 15 000, whereas the minimum amount that can be awarded to individual projects is EUR 3 000 and the maximum is EUR 4 000. The project budget must be in compliance with project activities.

STEP is a coalition of non-governmental organizations from Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, organized with the aim to fight against discrimination at the regional level, and is comprised of the Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights – YUCOM, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, CHRIS Network and the Gay-Straight Alliance from Serbia, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and LGBT Forum Progress from Montenegro, Humanitarian Law Centre Kosovo and Youth Initiative for Human Rights from Kosovo. For more information about the Coalition for Equality STEP please visit: