BCSDN’s E-mail Alerts (EMA) is a bi-weekly service that consolidates and disseminates relevant and up-to-date news and information about civil society in the region. The EMA service has over 1500 subscribers, and is regularly being sent on the 1st and 15th of every month. While most information is gathered through relevant websites and partner-sharing networks, we welcome your contributions as a way to make the exchange of information, support of joint initiatives, project proposals, and sharing of resources more effective. Please send your contributions at email@example.com, in a format as described here.
CfA: Leadership Academy for Development “The How of Policy Reform” – 1-5 July, Podgorica (Deadline: 31 May 2019)
Crowdfunding Platforms – An Alternative Source Of Funding
Defending Independent Media: A Comprehensive Analysis of Aid Flows
How to Ensure the Effective and Sustainable Financing of International Development
How Civil Society can Adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Civil Society Guide to Delivering the SDGs in Countries around the World
Civic Freedom Monitor: NGO Law in Turkey
In Defense of Humanity: Women Human Rights Defenders and the Struggle Against Silencing
How Can we Support Local CSOs to be Financially Sustainable?
Handbook on Transparency and Citizen Participation
Foreign Authoritarian Influence in the Western Balkans
EU Dithering Leaves Western Balkans Prey to Other Suitors
CfP: European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) 2018-2019 Supporting a civil society through Country-Based Support Schemes (CBSS) , North Macedonia (Deadline: 03.06.2019)
CfP: GRAS Small Grants (Deadline: 16.05.2019)
Endorse the Belgrade Call to Action on Closing Civic Space!
7th Western Balkans Civil Society Forum: Renewed Impetus for EU Enlargement Policy
International Conference on the 2030 Agenda Held in Bucharest
2019 World Press Freedom Index: Media Freedom Vanishing in Some Balkan States
National Resource Center For Civil Society in Albania Launched
CIVICUS Monitor: Smears against Journalists Continue in Serbia