Kancelarija za saradnju sa civilnim društvom The Office for Cooperation
with Civil Society
The Office has been established as an institutional mechanism to support the development of a dialogue between the Serbian Government and CSO’s

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Speed dating with youth organizations

The Belgrade City Youth Office organized a Speed ​​dating for representatives of youth organizations on May 22, 2019 in Gnezdo.

Youth organizations and their representatives had the opportunity to obtain in direct contact the necessary information from representatives of the City of Belgrade, the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, Belgrade City Youth Office, the Secretariat for Sport and Youth, the National Association of the Youth Offices and the Association of Youth Organizations in Serbia .

In front of the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, Jelena Todorovic, the Project Monitoring and Implementation Advisor discussed with the participants the work of the Office and the support provided by the Office to public administration and the civil sector, as well as the cooperation between the two sectors and financial support to organizations from the state budget. She also presented the Europe for Citizens program, the goals and priorities of this EU program, the process of applying for funds, as well as the participation of the Republic of Serbia so far.

More than 20 youth and youth organizations from Serbia participated in this interactive event, and the Belgrade City Youth Office announced that in the coming period there will be more such opportunities for informing organizations.

Donation of European Union

Izradu i razvoj ovog internet sajta omogućila je Evropska unija u okviru projekta “EU podrška Kancelariji za saradnju sa civilnim društvom “. Sadržaj ovog sajta isključiva je odgovornost Kancelarije za saradnju sa civilnim društvom Vlade Republike Srbije i nužno ne predstavlja stavove Evropske unije.

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