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The civil sector as the Prime Minister sees it
In the pre-election period, even before it had officially started, a lot of citizens were wondering what position the civil sector has in the pompously announced and promoted political parties’ programmes. The third column, as some politicians used to call it has disappeared.
15% of the population in Macedonia possesses weapons
Celebratory shots are the most dangerous
According to the data on weapons in Macedonia, there are 165 thousand registered pieces of legal weapons and another 170 thousand that are kept illegally at home. According to the estimations, every second person in the country keeps a gun under his pillow and every third family owns some kind of weapons. According to the statistical data, thousands of people die of small weapons every day and 50 are victims of accidents.
Inter-religious summer camp
The inter-religious and the international cooperation as a basis for better living
The second inter-religious summer camp took place from 13 to 17 July this year at the Hotel Biser, Kalista. Participants in the camp were representatives from the Macedonian Orthodox Church, the Islamic Community in Macedonia, the Catholic Church, The Evangelist – Methodist Church and the Jewish Community in the country. When I came in the hotel, the participants were preparing for the morning lectures.
Partnership for rural Europe
Czech experiences in the rural development
On 1 January, the widely announced and very popular Instrument for Pre-accession Aid (IPA) will replace the existing European financial funds Phare, SAPARD, ISPA, CARDS and other similar ones. It is to provide unity in programming, financing, monitoring and auditing of the European development aid designed for the EU candidate-countries (Croatia, Macedonia and Turkey) and the potential EU candidate-countries like Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Serbia and Montenegro.
Development of the civil society sector
From organizational support to capacity building
For the past few years of development of the civil society sector in Macedonia, a lot has been discussed and invested in organizations’ capacity building, and the first synonym – what has mainly been practiced – have been training courses for the organizations’ members and activists. More rarely has the approach of organizational support been practiced.
Five years of MIM and www.culture.in.mk
Five years of MIM and www.culture.in.mk
On 12 July 2006, the civil society association “Junona” from Skopje celebrated their fifth anniversary and the five years of their web-site’s operation (www.culture.in.mk), which is the first and the only daily electronic newsletter offering information on cultural events in the Republic of Macedonia and the presentations of the Macedonian culture abroad.
Centre for Psychosocial Support and Mental Health Care – Skopje
The computers improved the social club’s work
The centre for psychosocial support and mental health care from Skopje is a non-for-profit NGO, established in 1998. It focuses its activities on finding ways to prevent and promote the condition with the mental health of people treated as a biological, psychological and a social individual.
A call from the British Embassy
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Problems during the implementation of gynecological check-ups program
The Women Organization of the municipality of Sveti Nikole, in cooperation with 17 women NGOs from Macedonia has managed to lobby a change in the Law for health protection and introduction of a program for regular women’s gynecological check-ups for early diagnosis of cervical cancer. In 2005 and 2006 the Government passed the Program for early discovery and prevention of diseases of female reproductive organs in the Republic of Macedonia.
Interview: Darko Aleksov, President of the Citizens’ Association MOST
MOST monitors are not election guards
Behind you are the parliamentarian elections where the citizens’ association MOST was once again involved as a monitor. In comparison with the past, which level of achieved democracy would you put these elections to?
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