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05 May 2023
Report on initial assessment of Serbia governmental institutions' practices for consultations with CSOs

TACSO Serbia office initiated the ASSESSMENT OF SERBIA GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS’ PRACTICES FOR CONSULTATION WITH CSOs. It is one of the activities within the general objective of the TACSO project that is to strengthen the overall capacities and accountability of the Civil Society organizations (CSOs) within the IPA beneficiaries and to guarantee the quality of services of CSOs and a sustainable role of the CSOs in the democratic process.

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05 May 2023
Transparency in Spending Local Public Funds for CSOs Activities

This document is presenting the research organized and conducted as a descriptive analysis to formulate conclusions and recommendations in the area of transparent funding of CSOs' work from the local budget in Serbia. This research is a part of the TACSO support for the development of a strong and influential Civil Society sector.

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05 May 2023
Assessment Report on Social Entrepreneurship in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Assessment Report on Social Entrepreneurship in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been produced to explore all the aspects of social entrepreneurship in regard to the legal framework, cases of good practices, cooperation and connections of social entrepreneurship and civil society organisations especially from the aspect of their sustainability as well as mapping of the key actors, both domestic and international which are active in the.

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05 May 2023
Financial support of Public Institutions toNon-Governmental Organisations in Bosniaand Herzegovina in 2011

Overview of the financial support from BiH public institutions to NGOs in 2011. A series of studies on public confidence in various institutions conducted in recent years indicate, among other things, the low public trust in Non-Governmental Organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are frequent complaints in the media about the non-governmental sector, which did not bring the desired changes while simultaneously allocation of substantial funds for this purpose is present from both foreign donations as well as from the public budgets.

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05 May 2023
Corporate Social Responsibility for Community Development - A Way Forward for Civil Society in Bosnia and Herzegovina

On the 23rd and 24th of June, TACSO Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina organized a conference on the topic of „Corporate Social Responsibility for Community Development – A Way Forward for Civil Society in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, aiming to enhance mutual understanding and practice of corporative social responsibility (CSR) in Bosnia and Herzegovina through the involvement of all actors from academia, businesses, governmental institutions and civil society organizations.

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04 May 2023
Lottery Proceeds for CSO Work: Luck has nothing to do with it

The analysis provides a general overview of the characteristics of public and private lotteries distributed to CSOs and presents concise examples from four EU Member States (Croatia, Ireland, United Kingdom and the Netherlands), giving an overview of the legal basis, strategies and programs for defining priorities for funding from lottery incomes, bodies, available amounts of the lottery proceeds for CSOs and areas of support, types of support as well as procedures and criteria for selection of beneficiaries. It concludes with the pros and cons when choosing a relevant model for providing financial support to CSOs from lottery proceeds.

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04 May 2023
Report - Program for workshops on promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

In the October-November 2016 period, TACSO BH organised four P2P Follow up events as partnership events with the Centre for Civil Society Promotion (CPCD). The general conclusion of the workshops was that civil society organizations are in a very peculiar situation and that in the upcoming period, to a smaller or greater extent, much more serious efforts will have to be invested in securing funds outside grants. It is estimated that the amounts that the organizations will have to secure for their core activities will be somewhere between 30 and 50%. Therefore, it was concluded that such activities require the standardization of services and the introduction of a quality assurance system to ensure conditions for adequate positioning.

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04 May 2023
Directory of Donors

Regional Directory of Donors provides financial support in the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) Countries, with 510 donors and calls for proposals available for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey.

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04 May 2023
Assessment on the State of the Enabling Environment and Capacities of Civil Society against the Guidelines for EU support to Civil Society in Enlargement Region, 20142020 for the period 2018-2019 - Final Report

During the autumn and winter of 2019, EU TACSO 3 conducted a thorough analysis of the state of civil society in the Western Balkans and Turkey (WBT). Through intense consultations with nearly 700 CSOs, public institutions, donors and other stakeholders, the findings of the research have been validated and synthesized in the form of this Report. The project targets the IPA Beneficiaries, i.e. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey. In its third phase, the EU TACSO 3 project particularly focuses on activities in which a regional approach enables a stronger impact on civil society development in each of the IPA beneficiaries.

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