The Centre for Culture, Communication and Education of the Roma “Bright Future” from Kocani is the winner at the final of the Quiz of the Civil Society Resource Centre, which took place on 25th August 2021, in Bellevue Hotel in Skopje. The association won the main prize, financial support of 2,000 euros for the implementation of the project idea with which they applied on the quiz.
“The victory is another confirmation of the knowledge that the organisation has on topics such as developing a project idea and preparing a project application, fundraising, good governance, etc. “We will use the award we won for organisational development and upgrading of our capacities,” said Mustafa Saidov from “Bright Future”.
The second prize went to the citizens’ association “AGORA Center for Promotion of Civic Values” – Skopje, and the third place was won by the team of the Association of Career Development Advisers – ASK from Skopje. Both organisations received a grant of 1,000 euros each for organisational development.
Some of the competitors expressed gratitude for the opportunity to show their knowledge in this way, but also to confirm it. They pointed out that although it was very interesting for them, they learned many new things in the whole process.
The best 11 organisations from the preliminary phase participated in the final of the Quiz. A total of 20 finalists answered questions on topics of great importance for sustainable, effective and accountable work of CSOs. The final was conducted in three regular rounds and one session with bonus questions, which determined the winners.
The whole process was supervised by a three-member commission, which was composed of associates from the Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation (MCIC). The quiz is the final activity of the Capacity Building Program through which, since February 2018, more than 450 CSOs’ representatives were trained.
Watch the video from the Quiz HERE.
Civil Society Resource Centre is EU-funded project implemented by Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation (MCIC) in partnership with Associations for Democratic Initiatives (ADI) from Gostivar and Media plus from Shtip.