AHC’s mission is to contribute to the respect for human rights, strengthening the rule of law, and the conduct of free and fair elections, in accordance with the Constitution and international acts applicable in the Republic of Albania. AHC believes in and works to achieve a phase of development of the Albanian society whereby citizens, in spite of their peculiarities or differences, freely and equally exercise their fundamental rights and freedoms, in keeping with constitutional and international standards, in all aspects of life.
Anti-Trafficking Action - ASTRA
ASTRA is a non-governmental organisation that has been working since 2000 to combat human trafficking in the Republic of Serbia. In its 20 years of operation, ASTRA has cared for over 500 victims of trafficking, received more than 43,000 calls, and assisted more than 45,000 victims and members of their families. Since 2004, ASTRA has reported on human trafficking to United Nations committees and various international bodies. ASTRA was granted the status of ECOSOC in 2019.
Association against violence and human trafficking Open Gate / La Strada Skopje
Open Gate La Strada is an organisation committed to combating violence and human trafficking, which aims to build a society where human rights are widely respected and all citizens have equal opportunities for socio-economic independence. The Open Gate is a unique organisation that provides victims of human trafficking with a complex programme of assistance, support, care and housing. The organisation conducts lobbying activities and engages in advocacy, awareness, prevention and education, while also providing assistance and support to victims of violence and human trafficking.
Association for Criminal Law and Criminology of Macedonia
The Association is a professional non-governmental and non-profit organisation whose members are experts in the fields of criminal law and criminology representing academic, legal and judicial circles. The Association actively participates in the reform of the legal system.
Association New Security Initiative
The Association New Security Initiative (ANSI) is a non-governmental organisation based in Sarajevo, dedicated to advocating for positive change and improving the security, economic and political aspects of the society for the benefit of all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In order to achieve our mission, ANSI will encourage civic activism and greater citizen involvement in decision-making processes, build professional relationships with government institutions, work closely with members of academia and the media, and offer realistic, more effective and evidence-based proposals to improve public policies.
Association of Public Prosecutors and Deputy Public Prosecutors of Serbia
Atina - Citizens' Association for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and All Forms of Gender-Based Violence
CA Atina is active in the following areas: monitoring the work of state institutions, especially those related to the fight against organized crime and human trafficking; advocating for the improvement of the position of victims of gender-based violence, with special emphasis on the migrant population, as well as victims of smuggling and victims of human trafficking. Atina is also committed to working directly with victims, providing services to all the people whose human rights have been violated, especially women's human rights. The motto of the organisation is: We are fighting against human trafficking, because it concerns all of us.
Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN Kosovo)
Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) is the leading organization for investigative reporting in the Balkans and a trusted and respected actor in civil society in the region.
BIRN was established in 2004 and is specialized in developing and implementing investigative and analytical reporting projects, as well as providing theoretical and practical training for local journalists and building the capacities of local and regional media. The well-known products of BIRN Kosovo are the two television shows, “Life in Kosovo” and “Justice in Kosovo”, the online anti-corruption platform KALLXO.com, “Life in Kosovo” newspaper and the English newspaper, Prishtina Insight.
Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Bosnia and Herzegovina - BIRN BiH
The Sarajevo-based Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIRN BiH) is a media non-governmental organisation which specialises in monitoring and reporting on rule-of-law processes by covering war crime, terrorism, corruption and organised crime cases. BIRN BiH attends court hearings in cases of organised crime and corruption in order to fill the gap in domestic journalism regarding rule of law issues. Along with our judicial coverage, we are continuously publishing analytical pieces and investigative articles which reveal wrongdoings and systemic shortcomings. BIRN BIH has also organised trainings on quality reporting and has a live public procurement tracking database.
Belgrade Centre for Security Policy - BCSP
Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) is dedicated to advancing security of the citizens and societies on the basis of democratic principles and respect for human rights. BCSP has been working since 1997 towards consolidation of security sector reform (SSR) and security integration of Western Balkan states into Euro-Atlantic community by creating an inclusive and knowledge-based security policy environment. BCSP's work is focused on the areas of security sector accountability; researching security risks, threats and challenges; and analysis of foreign and security policy and conflict prevention.
BIRN Albania is a non-governmental media organisation based in Tirana, specialising in investigative reporting, publishing and media monitoring.
Birnsrbija.rs is the media portal of BIRN Serbia - a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Belgrade. Since its founding in 2004, BIRN Serbia has been professionalising the media and producing quality content for which we have received the most prestigious journalistic awards. In addition to media production, BIRN Serbia publishes databases and documents, organises trainings in journalism, research and communication techniques for the media, journalists, researchers and the civil society, while also working to improve media regulations.
BIRN Serbia is a member of the regional Balkan Research Network, which is the publisher of the English-language analytical portal Balkan Insight and the founder of BIRN Ltd, based in Belgrade. Since 2016, BIRN has been the founder and member of the Online Media Association - AOM, an organisation dedicated to advancing professional and ethical standards in journalism.
The work of the organisation is based on the principles of non-profit and voluntarism, while its mission is to contribute to the improvement of Montenegrin society through the implementation of the organisation’s four programmes: 1. Health, 2. Young people, 3. Support. 4. Capacity building.
The goals of CAZAS are: support in strengthening the health care system in Montenegro by improving measures in the field of protection against infectious and non-communicable diseases, abuse of psychoactive substances, preservation of reproductive health, and other health issues; informing the citizens and raising the level of knowledge on public health issues and problems of importance for users of preventive and educational services; empowering young people in Montenegro through education, advocacy and promotion of activism and volunteerism; support and education of vulnerable populations in Montenegro through the provision of psychosocial assistance to members of these populations and their families, friends and partners; capacity building, education and training of organisations, groups and individuals through intensive training, consultation and strategic planning.
Centre for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro (CIN-CG)
Centre for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro (CIN-CG) is a non-governmental organisation committed to practicing and promoting investigative journalism of the public interest, by latest means and in line with internationally recognised professional standards. Our goal is to keep giving the people of Montenegro otherwise hidden or unavailable information of public interest.
Centre for Investigative Journalism SCOOP - Macedonia
SCOOP Macedonia is a non-governmental and non-profitable organisation which aims to promote, support and stimulate investigative journalism. The purpose of the organisation is to support the journalists in their everyday work, with financial or professional assistance needed for the development of investigative journalism in the country, region and the world.
Centre for Investigative Reporting (CIN)
Centre for Investigative Reporting (CIN) is a local media agency dedicated to investigative reporting and leveraging high international standards of journalism on local media. Our work focuses on investigating organised crime and corruption and the negative effects they have on the lives of ordinary citizens. We put out investigative projects and stories on topics that include education, health, sports, employment, politics, illegal trading in tobacco and drugs, illegal drugs and documents, and financial fraud.
Centre for Research and Policy Making
To promote good governance and development in xx Macedonia on the basis of relevant, evidence-based policy research, capacity building and trainings, evaluations, analyses, without regard to and independently of the particular interests of any group of the society, be it political, social or economic.
Centre for Security Studies (CSS)
The Centre for Security Studies (CSS), established in 2001 and located in Sarajevo, is an independent research, educational and training enterprise dedicated to encouraging informed debate on security matters and to promoting and sustaining democratic structures and processes in foreign and security policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in the region of South-East Europe.
Coalition All for Fair Trials
We are a coalition of civil associations from the Republic of North Macedonia that have voluntarily joined together to observe the judicial proceedings before the competent courts in order to: ensure the guaranteed rights to a fair trial as provided by the Constitution, laws and ratified international agreements; increase public awareness and strengthen the confidence of citizens in the institutions of the judicial system; identify the need for, and work towards the eventual reforms in the judicial proceedings; increase the practical knowledge of law students; and strengthen the role and the capacities of non-governmental organisations.
Defendology Centre for Security, Sociological and Criminological Research
The following organisational units operate within the organisation: a) the Science Centre, which deals with research and monitoring, publication and observation, as well as applied research of phenomena such as organised crime and corruption, general or environmental crime, by conducting monitoring from the criminological and security standpoint,
b) Departments of law, criminology, security and sociology,
c) Day care centre for children and families “Defendology”, which has 8 (permanent) employees and deals with children with behavioural problems and children who live or work on the street or are at risk of starting to do so,
d) Department for the enforcement of educational measures and education-related orders of the courts.
Different & Equal (D&E)
D&E is an Albanian non-profit organisation dedicated to providing high quality reintegration services to victims of trafficking, exploitation and abuse, and to improving the legal, institutional and social context to prevent and counter such violations of human rights.
Different & Equal (D&E) has more than 16 years of grassroots experience in the fields of anti-trafficking, domestic violence, child protection issues, etc. During these years, it has been focused on:
a) Residential and community services;
b) Activities to facilitate and increase victims’ access to public services;
c) Community awareness about the consequences of trafficking and the rights of victims of trafficking; sexual abuse; domestic violence; child protection issues;
d) Activities related to the evaluation of the formal labour market and increasing the victims’ access to it;
e) Technical and financial support for income generation and self-employment of victims of trafficking;
f) Activities to fight stigma and discrimination against victims of trafficking or sexual abuse;
g) Training for NGOs, state institutions and business companies;
h) Studies and evaluations of the process of reintegration of victims of trafficking;
i) Participation in the process of identifying victims of trafficking;
j) Lobbying and advocacy;
k) Support in policy making;
l) Prevention – awareness raising; empowerment of vulnerable groups;
m) Information and technical advice on drafting laws and legislation to protect children and victims of trafficking and domestic violence.
Drug Policy Network South East Europe
The Network is an initiative of non-governmental organisations whose primary activities are preventive, therapeutic and rehabilitation services for drug users, and harm reduction programmes. The goal of the Network is to establish close and constructive links through open and objective dialogue with experts, key decision makers, regional bodies and international organisations to promote humane and effective drug policies.
European Defendology Centre (EDC) for Scientific, Political, Economic, Social and Security, Sociological and Criminological research
The goals of EDC are: inciting development of the civil society with the main focus on modernisation of the police force, the military, the security sector and parliamentary-democratic oversight of these structures; development of political culture, dialogue, tolerance, democracy, human rights, ethnic reconciliation, freedom of the media, fight against all forms of extremism and radicalism, fight against hate speech, advocacy for a legal democratic state and for responsibility of political elites, etc. In the field of defendology, EDC has published 46 issues of the magazine “Defendology”, 25 proceedings, 5 EDC yearbooks and more than 140 books, organised more than 50 scientific conferences and implemented more than 35 projects.
European Policy Institute (EPI)
EPI’s focus is on creating a public space for the exchange of opinions involving decision makers and stakeholders in creating European strategies and policies while raising awareness of the public and decision makers of the EU integration policy. The institute promotes critical thought, research and analysis in creating and implementing strategies and policies of EU integration, promotes regional cooperation and contributes to the debate on enlargement and Europeanisation in the region and beyond, and contributes to the development of the dialogue on EU integration in the civil society in the Republic of North Macedonia, the region and the EU.
EUROTHINK - Centre for European Strategies
EUROTHINK was founded in 2002 as a think-tank to facilitate the EU Accession of the Republic of North Macedonia through professional training, research, consultancy and lobbying for societal change. EUROTHINK’s work is structured around four programmes: 1) EU accession process; 2) regional integration; 3) security and justice; and 4) EU for the citizens, active citizenship and public interest.
Group 484 is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1995 with the aim of supporting the self-organisation of 484 refugee families, who found refuge in Serbia when they fled from Krajina after the action of the Croatian army called “The Storm”. The organisation was named after them. The founder of Group 484 is Jelena Šantić, prima ballerina, writer and humanist, who had received the Pax Christi International Award in 1996 for her work dedicated to peace.
Group for Legal and Political Studies
Rule of Law, Economic Development, Democratization, EU integration and enlargement, Anti-Corruption, Regional Cooperation
Helsinki Committee for Human Rights
In its persistent efforts to promote and protect human rights and harmonise the domestic legislation and practice with that of the European Union, the Helsinki Committee: organises systemic monitoring of the human rights situation in the country; provides free legal assistance and protects the individual, collective and rights of other legal entities on the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia and before international organisations; prepares monthly, annual and special reports on the situation of human rights; prepares analyses and other specific documents related to the situation of human rights; organises conferences, seminars, panels, public actions and other legal forms of civic engagement; promotes and aids the development of democracy, rule of law and civic society; performs other activities of public interest pursuant to the Law on Citizens’ Associations.
Initiative for Social Changes ARSIS
Priority areas: The association provides multi-disciplinary social services (support in education, health, social services and programmes, employment, housing, free legal services, administrative support), infrastructure improvements, scientific studies, capacity building, advocacy, etc.
Areas of activity: The goal is achieved through:
- Strengthening the child protection system and effective mechanisms to support children and their families on a case-by-case basis;
- Creation of spaces (facilities, infrastructure) for civic education and development of youth and women;
- Special programmes for empowering families and socially excluded groups;
- Introduction and development of new methods of education, civic education and open communication in society;
- Improving public services for people in need, their acceptance and involvement in social life and decision-making as equals;
- Development of healthcare culture and protection of life;
- Individual and societal development of good habits/practices and democratic, spiritual and human values such as social equality, citizenship, respect for the law, sensitivity to social issues, environmental protection, etc;
- Promoting cultural diversity, supporting and developing the cultural historical values and traditions of each social, ethnic and cultural group, in addition to developing the national culture.
Institute Alternative (IA)
We function as a think tank or a research centre, focusing on the overarching areas of good governance, transparency and accountability. Our research and advocacy activities are structured within five main programme strands: i) public administration, ii) accountable public finance, iii) security and defense, iv) parliamentary programme and v) social policy. On the basis of our five programmes, we monitor the process of accession negotiations with the EU, actively participating in working groups for certain chapters, The values we follow in our work are dedication to our mission, independence, constant learning, networking, cooperation and teamwork.
Institute for Development Policy (INDEP)
INDEP is a think tank - an association of policy analysts, researchers and civil society activists. As such, INDEP focuses on development policies, providing a substantive vision for Euro-Atlantic integration. INDEP has a focus on strengthening democratic governance and playing the role of public policy supervisor.
Institute for Human Rights
The Institute for Human Rights (IHR) is a citizens’ association founded with the aim of promoting, advancing and protecting human rights and freedoms. The following are among the key strategic priorities of IHR: judiciary and access to justice; legal certainty; promotion of human rights and freedoms, equality and non-discrimination; fighting corruption.
INTERNEWS KOSOVA (I/KS)
Internews Kosova is focused on implementing projects related to anti-corruption efforts, media development, fact-checking, investigative reporting and media production, specialised in covering issues of corruption and crime in Kosovo. I/KS platform “Krypometer” is a member of IFCN and is certified to perform fact checking.
I/KS produces two televised programmes: “Life in Kosovo” and “Justice in Kosovo”, as well as the anti-corruption platform KALLXO.com. I/KS also monitors the courts of all Kosovo municipalities and forwards to institutions all the reports received by citizens. Furthermore, Internews Kosova has tailored the training modules in a way that has never been done before, by organising trainings for journalism students, professional journalists, court monitors and public officials of the judicial system, among others.
NGO JUVENTAS (formerly known as the Youth Cultural Centre Juventas) is a non-governmental organisation that was founded on 29 January 1996 in Podgorica. JUVENTAS provides direct assistance, supports improving the quality of services, produces and advocates proposals of public policy amendments, and develops the capacities of decision makers, service providers and target groups it works with.
On average, the organisation employs between 20 and 30 people.
Juventas implements its activities within the framework of THREE PROGRAMMES:
Capacity building of CSOs, institutions and media
Research and advocacy
Our main TARGET GROUPS are: young people, LGBT persons, prisoners, drug users, sex workers, the Roma population, asylum seekers and women in general.
Kosova Democratic Institute / Transparency International Kosova
The organisation empowers citizens to demand transparency and public accountability, and to engage in policy making. We advocate for continued legal, administrative and systemic improvements to prevent corruption and misuse of public funds. We represent and empower victims and denouncers of corruption to be vocal and to act. We closely monitor the work of the Assembly and improve the quality of laws by providing expert research and analyses.
Kosovo Law Institute (KLI)
Goal of KLI is continuous advancement of law in Kosovo. We intend to reach this goal through our research, publishing and advocacy activities, which we organize in seven programs (Making of law; Rule of law; Anticorruption; Justice in elections; Education; Media; Access to Justice) that enable us a comprehensive approach of intervention, from making of law to their implementation by the responsible institutions.
KRIK – Crime and Corruption Reporting Network
KRIK is a non-profit organization established to improve the investigative journalism in Serbia. The focus of our work is revealing organized crime and corruption that permeates all levels of society. Our goal is to help readers to better understand how crime and corruption affect their lives. KRIK seeks to provide in-depth investigative stories, as well as the latest news in this field. Moreover, KRIK is building an online database which are valuable resources for journalists and the public. As a member of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an international non-profit organization, KRIK is involved in cross-border research projects. We are also helping other media to develop their capacity for investigative journalism and fighting fake news.
Prevention and treatment of drug addiction; harm reduction programmes.
Foundation “Lara” is the legal successor of the organisation “Lara” which was established in 1998 as a women’s nongovernmental association. The organisation’s registered office is in Bijeljina. It is professionally orientated towards protection of women’s human rights, with particular focus on the protection of women from violence and reaching gender equality in public and private life.
The work of “Lara” is reflected in the following activities: prevention of domestic violence, including SOS helpline for victims, providing legal and psychosocial assistance, accommodation and education to women and raising public awareness; prevention of human trafficking; advocacy and lobbying for change of public policies; monitoring and analysis of public policies in the field of gender equality; activities that help economic empowerment of women and socially marginalised groups; empowering women for peace activism, enhancing cooperation between different ethnic groups in BiH as a way of creating lasting peace and stability in BiH and the region.
Foundation “Lara” was among the first BiH non-governmental organisations to recognise the problem of trafficking in human beings in BiH and respond to the brutal exploitation and sale of women in the night clubs across the country. In 2000, we opened a shelter for victims of human trafficking, and in the course of 10 years we provided assistance to about 200 women and girls trafficked in BiH.
In addition to strengthening the transparency and accountability of decision-making authorities and public officials, FOL is working on opening up new channels of communication between the government and citizens and reducing civic apathy through the “FOL Hapur” forum, lectures and discussions held at the Anti-Corruption and Education Centre within FOL. In addition, FOL is engaged in monitoring processes and active participation at the central and local level aimed at contributing to good governance and preventing and fighting corruption.
In addition, FOL is engaged in monitoring processes and active participation at the central and local level aimed at contributing to good governance and preventing and fighting corruption.
Association Margina was created in 2003. It is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political association whose goal is to protect the human rights of most-at-risk populations by increasing the level of their social inclusion, and to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and other blood-borne and sexually transmitted diseases in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region.
NARKO-NE Association for Addiction Prevention
Our organisation is focused on developing and implementing evidence-based prevention programmes with the aim of strengthening the overall capacities of children, youth and families. We closely cooperate with professional associates from different sectors (health, education, social, security, etc.). We also lead the process of further development and professionalisation of the addiction prevention field in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
NEOSTART - Centre for Crime Prevention and Post-Penal Assistance
Crime prevention and post-penal assistance
NGO Sector Affirmation Network - MANS
MANS is a non-governmental organisation that fights corruption and organised crime affecting Montenegro. Our vision is: Montenegro as a just, open society of active and free citizens whose state serves the public interest. Our goals are: to reduce space for organised crime, to reduce high-level corruption, and to increase the transparency and accountability of institutions and improve civic control of their work.
Open Society Foundation Albania
The Open Society Foundation Albania is a non-profit, independent, non-governmental, non-political organisation which is a part of the Open Society Foundations (OSF). The Open Society Foundation of Albania supports other organisations and independent groups committed to increasing government accountability to citizens, fighting injustice, and supporting those who find themselves at extreme edges of society.
Organization for Democracy, Anti-corruption and Dignity, ÇOHU!
Activities of the Organization include monitoring, advocacy and watch dog, but also research and analyses in public sphere.
Partners Albania for Change and Development
Partners Albania is working to support the civil society and facilitate inter-sector cooperation aimed at strengthening democratic institutions and advancing economic development. Our programmes include: providing an environment for and enabling the sustainable development of CSOs; women and youth employment and increasing representation in decision-making; social entrepreneurship and innovation; philanthropy and corporate social responsibility; transparent and accountable governance.
PROTECTA Center for civil society development
Center for civil society development PROTECTA is a non-political, non-governmental and non-profit association, established in 1998, in the City of Nis, South Serbia, founded permanently for achieving goals of building civil society in Serbia.
PROTECTA is well known in Serbia, especially in southern Serbia as one of the oldest and largest CSOs working outside of Belgrade. More than 120 implemented projects during 22 years of history speak in favor of the reputation PROTECTA has built during these years, and continues to build. Our organization has strong relationships with the governmental, business and non-governmental sector in Serbia and Europe. PROTECTA actively participates in the development of strategic documents on various topics, on the local but also on the national level.
Fields of work and interest: promoting democracy, democratic values and legislation; fight against organized crime and corruption; developing civil society and the civil sector in Serbia; environment and sustainable development; decentralization and regionalization of society; promotion of European integration standards and values; youth policy, standard, education, activism and voluntarism; economic strengthening of the population and economic subjects; promotion of the innovative models of social activities.
The SHARE Foundation was established as a non-profit organisation in 2012, with the aim of promoting human rights and internet freedoms, the positive values of an open and decentralised Network, and free access to information, knowledge and technology. The primary areas of activity of the SHARE Foundation are: freedom of expression on the Internet, information privacy, digital security and open access to knowledge and information.
SOS hotline for women and children victims of violence
SOS hotline Nikšić is working to prevent violence against women through two strategies: 1) providing free specialised support services such as: National SOS hotline for domestic violence, shelter, legal and psychological counselling, confidential person escort service, etc. 2) advocacy for women’s human rights through campaigns, monitoring, research, reporting and participation in the creation of public policies in the field of protection against violence.
SOS telephone for women and children victims of violence
Support service for women and children victims of violence, Legal aid and legislation, Research and monitoring programme, Educational programme, Public policies, Interdisciplinary cooperation, Publishing and public promotion
Terre des Hommes - Mission in Albania
Terre des Hommes (TDH) is the leading Swiss child support organisation, which has been operating in Albania since 1993. We contribute to: a holistic system of protection of children and their families in Albania, focusing on children affected by migration, access to justice, and protection of children from all forms of abuse, exploitation or trafficking.
Think Tank Banja Luka
Think Tank Banja Luka is a scientific association registered with the Register of Scientific Research Organisations kept by the Ministry in charge for science and the Register of Publishers. It operates on the territories of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina and regional countries.
Tjeter Vizion Association
The main principles of out association are: respect for human dignity, solidarity, mutual help, internal and external democracy. Tjeter Vision offers its expertise in implementing standards for residential services that help victims of trafficking and domestic violence. It currently manages the following social centres/services: 1 -Social services for children and families in difficulty - Residential Centre for Children; 2 - Centre for women and girls which consists of: a) residential centres for girls and women; and b) a day centre for women; 3 - Youth Centre “RIEMAR”; 4 - Centre for professional training in tailoring, kitchen work, espresso coffee technique; 5 - Centre for technical assistance in agriculture.
Transparency International in Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH)
Transparency International in Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH) was established in 2001 as a national chapter of the global movement devoted to combating corruption. For almost 20 years, TI BiH has been raising awareness about corruption by carrying out surveys and studies and engaging in the resolution of individual cases, pushing for the introduction and implementation of systemic reforms to reduce the level of corruption and enhance transparency and accountability of institutions in BiH, and mobilising citizens to report corruption and demand accountability from public officials and institutions.
TI BiH Values are: transparency, accountability, integrity, solidarity, courage, justice, democracy.
Transparency International Macedonia
Transparency International Macedonia was established in December 2006. Since its establishment, TI-M has a visible influence and actively participates in the creation of anti-corruption policies and the promotion of good governance based on transparency, accountability and responsibility. In 2011, the organisation gained full accreditation to the global coalition of Transparency International. It cooperates with media, CSOs and public institutions and has actively communicated and held meetings with the Ministry of Justice in relation to the implementation of the UNCAC Convention into the Macedonian legislation and legal framework. TI-M is also a member of the UNCAC Coalition. http://transparency.mk/en/
TI-M implements several active projects in the area of justice and rule of law. The ALAC (Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre) is an on-going project which aims to empower victims of corruption to report wrongdoings, injustice and corruption to the Centre. The ALAC team is conducting meetings with clients on a weekly basis and helping corruption victims build solid cases to combat corruption.
TI-M actively supports and protects whistleblowers in the country through the established Platform for the Protection of Whistleblowers https://whistleblower.mk/ Additionally, Transparency International Macedonia is an active member of the Platform of Civil Society Organisations for Fight against Corruption, where it implements joint project activities with 17 other organisations.
Transparency Serbia is a non-partisan, non-governmental and non-profit organisation aimed at fighting corruption in Serbia. The most important goal of Transparency Serbia is to increase the transparency of state bodies as a way to prevent abuse of public powers for private purposes.
Transparency Serbia achieves its goals through preventive action: by raising public awareness of the dangers and harm of corruption to society, encouraging reforms and proposing concrete recommendations.
Transparency Serbia is part of the network of national branches of the organisation Transparency International and its recognised representative in the Republic of Serbia.
Vatra Psycho-Social Centre
Our vision: We believe in and work for a society free of trafficking, violence or discrimination.
The main priorities of “Vatra” include: prevention of trafficking in human beings, domestic violence and gender based violence; identification, rehabilitation and reintegration of victims of trafficking, violence and sexual abuse; access to justice for victims of trafficking, violence and sexual abuse; strengthening the capacities of representatives of governmental and non-governmental institutions; lobbying and advocacy.
Vlora Youth Centre
The organisation works primarily with youth groups on crime prevention and education. The aim is to motivate young people to distance themselves from criminal behaviour by integrating them into the society and by offering them job opportunities.