local networks

A series of trainings on monitoring completed in Presevo

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Representatives of state institutions, local government, and civil society organizations completed the training on monitoring that was held in Presevo on the last day on November and the first day of December. These 12 colleagues are members of the informal network for monitoring and advocacy that has been created for a mutual goal - to improve the position of refugees and migrants in Presevo, and the quality of coexistence in this town.

Local network in Vranje completed the training on monitoring

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Members of the Local network in Vranje completed the training on monitoring at the end of November. During the two days of work, 24 participants were introduced to the monitoring matrix, as well as each of the segments of the monitoring system dealing with refugees and migrants in Vranje.

The Local network in Vranje is made up of representatives of the health, education, social system, as well as civil society, Commissariat for Refugees and Migration, Red Cross, National Employment Agency, and municipal administration.

“Building Together” in Macedonia: four local networks have been formed in three cities

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“Building Together” in Macedonia: four local networks have been formed in three cities

Within the project “Building Together – Community Monitoring and Advocacy” four local networks have been formed in Macedonia so far - in Gevgelija, Kumanovo, and two in Skopje. The aim of these networks is to help improve the quality of coexistence of migrants and local population, with a special focus on the issues women and children are facing. 

Labris, Crta, Atina and Serbian Cities Unify Against Discrimination

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Labris and its partners, with support for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announce the launch of the project, “Jointly Against Discrimination”.  Over the next 12 months Labris, Atina (Citizens Association for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and All Forms of Gender Base Violence), and the Centre for Research, Transparency and Accountability (CRTA) will strengthen municipalities and support