For a municipality without corruption
Political corruption exists whenever the holder of public authority takes monetary or other rewards that are not legally provided, in order to take action in the interest of those who award him the reward and thus causes damage to the public interest.
Political corruption can also consist of buying political influence and votes in elections.
In the photo below you can read an example of political corruption.
If you are a victim or witness of corruption, report it!
The Association Multikultura within the activity "For a municipality without corruption", conducts an online campaign to inform the citizens of the Municipality of Zhelino about the opportunities to use legal aid, so that citizens can easily report cases of corruption and conflict of interest in their municipality.
The project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the USAID Citizen Participation Project.
Corruption is everywhere!
Corruption is everywhere!
But do you know what the most common forms of corruption are?
See the photo below and learn more about forms of corruption.
The Association Multiculture within the activity "For a municipality without corruption", conducts an online campaign to inform the citizens of the Municipality of Zelino about the opportunities to use legal aid, so that citizens can easily report cases of corruption and conflict of interest in their municipality.
The "For a Corruption-Free Municipality" activity is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the USAID Citizen Participation Project.
Planning play for 1.1milion babies: Istanbul95
Play in early childhood does not require expensive equipment to be installed in public spaces.
Having this in mind, Bernard Van Leer Foundation in 2017 launched the programme Istanbul95, with the ambition to increase public spending for the benefit of young children and their caregivers.
Read the full article "Planning play for 1.1milion babies: Istanbul95" and learn how play opportunities could be created in public playgrounds for each skill that children develop during the first five years of their lives.
Link to AL: here
Link to MK: here
Returning the city to children
Link to full AL article: here
Link to full MK article: here
When elected Mayor of Tirana in 2015, Erion Veliaj found a city unfit for children. A city full of cars, disordered traffic, pollution, illegally occupied public amenities and, above all, no play space for children.
Check out the article “Returning the city to children” to learn more about the inspiring story of Tirana who underwent child – friendly revolution.
Cooperation with ISSA and Bernard van Lee Foundation
We are happy to announce our cooperation with ISSA and Bernard van Lee Foundation to disseminate articles of the Early Childhood Matters publication in 2020.
The purpose of our cooperation is to disseminate in North Macedonia the following articles:
- Planning play for 1.1 million babies: Istanbul95
- Returning the city to children
Еаrly Childhood Matters is a compilation of the projects, programs and policies on how to address several of todays’ challenges impacting babies, toddlers and their caregivers especially due to COVID-19. This edition brings together 33 articles.