On 31st March 5 CSOs that were delegated for monitoring process of gender equality, (NGOs ACDC, CPT, CWD, Santa Marija) had its first meeting with Mrs. Fatmire Musa, Legal Representative of Committee for Gender Equality of Municipality Mitrovica south. The meeting with Mrs. Musa and CSOs took place in CBM premises. CSOs took opportunity to discuss more on the work of the Committee, their duties, responsibilities and the role they have on the work of the gender equality issues. This meeting was the first one in the series of monitoring work that will come in upcoming period during the “on-the-job-training”.
Under the project ‘’Civil Society is watching you: demand for accountability and transparency on local level’’ CBM and CRYM organized the ‘one day session’ workshop as pre-introduction of the ‘on the job training’.
The ‘One day session’ workshop took place in CBM premises on 17th March 2015 on which the 12 CSOs from 7 Mitrovica region Municipalities participated (Mitrovica North; Zvecan; Leposavic; and Zubin Potok; Mitrovica South; Vushtrri/Vucitrn; and Skenderaj/Srbica).
On the workshop, participants had opportunity to be familiarized with the CBM monitoring methodology and ‘on-the-job training’ work plan with date of Municipality Committee of Policy and Finance and Assembly meeting. CBM also got the final decision of CSOs for which municipality department are interested to monitor and CSOs are divided into 5 groups who will monitor the various municipal directorate.
The participants showed the great interest and eager for forthcoming ‘On-the-job training’ which will include active participation in the ongoing monitoring process of work of Mitrovica Municipality Assembly.
- Information Session - Supportive business environment for women start-ups in North and South Mitrovicë/a
- Meeting with the Mayor of Mitrovica South Municipality
- Training on monitoring local institutions, lobbying and advocacy held in Suva Reka/Suhareka!
- Graduation Ceremony for the Access Program students 2012-2014 & Awarding Ceremony for the Access Program students 2014-2016.