Getting acquainted with the basic organisational documents, systems, procedures and structure of a civil society organization (CSO) were some of the most important benefits for the participants in the two-day training on good governance of CSOs.
On 18-19th December 2018, 10 CSOs’ representatives discussed, raised questions and learned through exercises about the principles and elements of good governance, the basic processes of organisational management, organisational structure, the relations between executive and governing bodies, the role of the administrative bodies and their members, the conflict of interests, organisational policies and documents, and so on.
In the training evaluation, majority of the participants stated that their knowledge and skills were increased, that the training motivated them to improve the working of their organisation and that after the training they would focus on drafting and finalizing their internal documents, rulebooks and procedures in their organisation.
The training was held in the Civil Society Resource Centre and it was implemented by Emina Nuredinoska and Aleksandar Krzalovski from Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation.
This training is the first of a series of trainings that will follow in the next two months and will be implemented in the frame of the Civil Society Resource Centre, EU-funded project implemented by Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation in partnership with Associations for Democratic Initiatives, Gostivar and Media Plus, Shtip.