Capacity-Building for National Networks in the SEE Region

The main goal of the project was to train national co-ordinators in the field of child’s rights (from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia) to produce guidelines for monitoring advocacy and lobby activities on the national, regional and international level and to increase the membership of the network.

Project leader: Gorana Flaker

Project execution

The project was composed of four phases:
1. The preparation phase: the co-ordination of activities necessary for the preparation of the national reports.
2. Workshop 1 – activities: participants analysed situations on the national level, explored methods and techniques for networking and made an action plan for a period of 6 months (20-24 April 2002).
3. The implementing phase: participants implemented the plan on the national level.
4. Workshop 2 – Methods and techniques of monitoring, advocacy and lobbying: participants are to evaluate their progress in SEECRAN’s national networks, receive knowledge on the capacity building process and basic skills on monitoring, advocacy and lobbying methods (6-10 October 2002).

Location: Škofja loka, Ljubljana


SEECRAN - the South-Eastern Europe Child Rights Action Network


East East Program: Partnership Beyond Borders (OSI)