Cross - sectoral meeting within the Community Investment Platform
Exchange of good practices and cooperation among different actors for community investment, was the main discussion at today's meeting of civil society, business and the public sector from Tetovo.
They agree that there should be more cross-sectorial cooperation in order to contribute for socio-economic development in the community.
Also, in today's meeting were presented the findings from the research "Perceptions of civil society and business sector for community investment".
This activity was realized within the Community Investment Platform project, which is implemented by Albiz Foundation, Association Multikultura , Association Centre for Sustainable Development CSCD and Association Centre for Research and Analysis Novus.
This project is financially supported by the European Union.
The Association Multikultura in cooperation with the Legal Clinic "Pro Bono" organized a debate on "Free legal aid - challenges and solutions".
Participants had the opportunity to learn more about their right to free legal aid as well as the conditions for its approval.
This activity is organized within the project "Free legal and psychological assistance to minimize the consequences of Covid-19 on citizens of the Polog region" funded by the Government of RNM.
Debate "Worker's right and trade unions"
In cooperation with Local Economic and Social Council of the Municipality of Tetovo, Multikultura today organized the next public debate "Worker's right and trade unions".
The participants had the chance to discuss and learn more about worker's right and the role of trade unions in protection of worker's right.
This activity was organized within the project "Enhancing social dialogue in the community" implemented by MKC Bitola and Association Multikultura, financed by Olof Palme International Center and supported by Swedish Government.
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Meetings with the two candidates for mayor of Tetova
Multikultura Association, today organized meetings with the two candidates for mayor of Tetova, and that with Mr. Bilall Kasami from the Besa Movement and Mrs. Teuta Arifi from the Democratic Union for Integration.
In these meetings were discussed the priorities and recommendations that emerged from the Forums for Citizen Dialogue, priorities that should be the focus of the mandate of the new mayor of Tetova. Together with the candidates for mayor, we also talked about the creation of new opportunities for cooperation between the local government and the civil sector, as a catalyst for change in the community.
These meetings took place within the project "Civic Alliance for Progressive Local Change", which is funded by the Olof Palme International Center and supported by the Swedish Government.