During 2019 and 2023, Active Citizens Fund in Slovenia will allocate 2,5 million euros in four open calls for projects of NGOs in Slovenia:
Financial support (up to 20.000 euro per project) of this call is aimed only at project proposals of organisations with less than 50.000 euro annual turnover, addressing at least one of the programme priority fields: democracy, human rights including gender equality, social justice and climate change.Read more
Beside the calls fund operator will provide for a range of support activities for applicant organisations and later organisations implementing supported projects – workshops, video tutorials, phone and personal counselling, ...
One of the most important priorities of the fund is also strengthening bilateral cooperation between organisations from Slovenia and partners from the donor countries – Island, Lichtenstein and Norway.
For this purpose, fund will allocate 40.000 euros. Part of these means will be available through special call for implementation of additional activities of those projects that will include a bilateral partner.
To find partners from donor countries or other ACF beneficiary countries applicant organisations can use web portal of Norwegian Helsinki Committee: https://ngonorway.org/.
EEA and Norway financial mechanisms programmes follow the policy of good governance, their implementation is based on the principles of inclusion, transparency and accountability, with zero-tolerance towards corruption.
In case of suspicion of irregularity, bad governance or corruption in implementation of Active Citizens Fund in Slovenia programme, please inform us with a report/complaint. Your complaint will be treated confidentially by the Complaints Committee. You will receive feedback on your report/complaint within 10 working days. Complaint/report can be lodged also anonymously. You can lodge your complaint at: email@example.com.
Complaint/report shall consist of the following information:
Complaints Committee consisting of one representative of the ACF in Slovenia and of two external members will also be the one considering appeals against decisions on the selection/rejection of project proposals.