Humanity in Action BiH is organizing the training within the ‘NGOs/CSOs Skills Enhancement in the Western Balkans and Moldova’ project, generously funded by the International Visegrad Fund. The project will enhance the soft skills of the CSO/NGO community from the six Western Balkan countries and Moldova to increase citizen-led professional democratic participation in public discussions and increase their professional reflection. The project also aims to boost regional cooperation for a more palpable involvement on the European level.
- The project will train 30 members of the CSO/NGO community in BiH and students striving to work in this field on essential project management skills. After the training, a discussion will be organized with stakeholders on the Future of Europe, during which the project team will collect recommendations and views represented by the trainees.
- 30 participants will elaborate their project ideas, which will be collected by the Network manager and matched to similar ones regionally and internationally. The selected project ideas will receive further mentoring by the project team to boost their chances for success and be submitted to suitable donors in the closing stage of the proposed project.
- Following the training, participants will be asked to write a short essay/blog on a topic of their choice that will touch upon the issue of democratization or civil society support in BiH, and simultaneously debate the future of the European Union regarding the EU enlargement in the Western Balkans and association process with Moldova.
- From each project country, two participants will be selected based on the best essay/blog to attend the Summer School in Montenegro. At the Summer School, they will further deepen their training to become trainers themselves (train-the-trainers).
Training for 30 participants Sarajevo (May 7-8) > Summer School in Montenegro for 2 participants from BiH in Kolašin (September 5-9) > Final Online Event (October 12)
Apply to be a part of the training in Sarajevo by April 24, 2022 via form at the link!
Project’s working language is English.