Capacity building

Capacity building is the process by which people, organisations and societies, over time, systematically encourage and develop their capacities to achieve social and economic goals, including the improvement of their knowledge, skills, systems and institutions.

To strengthen the understanding of the applicable legislation and build the capacity of staff to successfully navigate the legal maze, the Coalition '' Pod lupom '' proposes policy measures that can contribute to capacity building of not only the Coalition's staff but also the citizens and other civil society organizations. The Coalition will strive to motivate and inform citizens, especially young voters, about the importance of elections and active participation in the electoral process through activities such as educational workshops, seminars and trainings. The results expected are the increased participation of young people and the different actors of civil society in the electoral process in order to have an effective and functional network of vocal advocates.


MEASURES



  • Designed and implemented a system of capacity building and empowerment of citizens' system across the country, particularly aimed at young voters;

  • Designed and implemented a system of capacity building and knowledge transfer system for the different actors of civil society across the country.


KEY ACTIVITIES



  • Conferences on electoral issues at central and regional level;

  • Public consultations on electoral issues;

  • Conferences on issues related to political entities work organisation at the central and

    regional level.



Poll

Šta je prioritetno za unapređenje izbornog procesa od preporuka Koalicije ''Pod lupom''?
Results

The nonpartisan president of the polling station committee (616)

Names of all members of all Polling Station Committees should be publicly disclosed 30 days before Election Day (186)

Voting boxes should be transparent (197)

The height of voting booth should be decreased (65)

All of the above (925)

Other (148)

Vote

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