The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organizes info sessions to present details of the II call for proposals for projects of civil society organisations (CSO) within the project “CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy shaping – M’BASE”.
Info sessions will be held according to the following schedule:
10 November 2021, 11:00 to 13:00, Nikšić, Tehnopolis
12 November 2021, 12:00 to 14:00, Pljevlja, sala Opštine
The objectives, themes and eligibility criteria of the Call will be presented in detail at the info sessions, and the project team will answer the questions of interested CSOs.
The number of participants is limited due to the prescribed epidemiological measures, hence, please register via e-mail MBASE@cgo-cce.org, no later than 8 November, until 14:00 for attendance at the info session in Nikšić, and 10 November, until 14:00, for attendance at the info session in Pljevlja respectively.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only those who register in this manner and receive confirmation that they are on the list of participants will be able to attend the info session. Applications will be collected upon delivery to ensure equal opportunities for all.
The objective of the Call is to contribute to the successful EU integration process of Montenegro by empowering civil society participation in decision-making processes and implementation of reforms, as well as strengthening partnerships between CSOs, but also CSOs and local authorities.
A total of EUR 550,000 will be allocated through this Call, while support for individual projects will range from a minimum of EUR 10,000 to a maximum of EUR 60,000.
The project CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy shaping – M’BASE is implemented by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in partnership with the German Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), NGO Center for the Protection and Research of Birds (CZIP) and NGO Politikon Network from Montenegro, in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media and European Integration Office of the Government of Montenegro. The project is financed by the European Union and co-financed by the Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media.