kas1The scope of the Fundraising and Project Development Capacity Building Program for Municipalities is to strengthen Albanian municipalities’ collaboration with foreign and international donors and enhance local capacity in identifying and acquiring funds for the development of projects that benefit local communities.
The specific objectives of this Program are: to assess municipal capacity on fundraising and project development; To address municipal capacity building needs and strengthen their capacities regarding fundraising and project development through adequate and professional training; To assist municipalities in identifying and applying for funds and in developing  substantive and meaningful project-proposals; to assist municipalities in strengthening collaboration with foreign and international donors, as well as the business community.
Taking into account the capacity building needs of municipalities, the UET’s experts are involved in both theoretical training in fundraising and project development, as well as hands-on work in developing and applying for specific projects.


The Program consists in the local capacity assessment, capacity building: Training (Theoretical Part); capacity Building: (Hands on0 and publishing of a Handbook/Guidelines with the training topics; proposal examples; lessons learned and practical tips for the future.
This project is is being implemented in collobaration with Europian University of Tirana and financed by Konrad Adenauer Stifung, Albania.

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UET Centre is implementing the project “Improving Local Media Capacities to fight Religious Radicalism and Violent Extremism in Elbasan” on the framework of the project “CIVIL SOCIETY COUNTERING VIOLENT EXTREMISM” funded by the European Union and implemented by Albanian Helsinki Committee, Netherlands Helsinki Committee, The Norwegian Helsinki Committee, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia and the Together for Life (TFL).

 

Overall objective: To contribute to countering and preventing the spread of violent extremism and radicalization in the remote areas of Albania through raising awareness at the local level, concretely in Elbasan region by supporting media as a key factor to increase dialogue with civil society; local authorities, involving community and youth on contributing to the prevention of violent extremism.

 

The project foresees meetings with local stakeholders including local government and religious institutions; TV debates and articles in newspapers to raise awareness for the subject; as well as training of journalists and other local media actors.

 

www.uetcentre.org/portal/index.php/78-improving-local-media-capacities-to-fight-religious-radicalism-and-violent-extremism-in-elbasan

 

 

teknicalOn Wednesday, 17th 2018 in the municipality of Tirana was held a technical meeting within project EDUFOOTPRINT. The meeting was attended, beside the representatives of European Institute Pashko that are involved in the project, also the representatives of Municipality of Tirana, Director of Policy and Environmental Education.

 

At the meeting was presented the project activities and the importance of the waste’s management, mobility, the future activities and the action plan proposed by representatives of IEP.

 

EDUFOOTPRINT aims at raising awareness and educate school users about more efficient energy management that is consumed for their operation. The project will be implemented in a total of 22 school buildings in the Mediterranean area, financed by Interrreg MED Programme with 1.2m euros and will be completed by the end of February 2019.

tryezaIn the framework of the project “KAP’ECO” on 20 November 2017 was organized the round table “For a cleaner community in Tirana” with stakeholders, such as representatives of local government, recycling  companies, “Eco Tirana” public-public partnership, environmental experts, civil society, civic and media representative.

 

Read more: http://www.mapo.al/2017/12/tryeze-debati-per-nje-komunitet-me-te-paster-ne-tirane/1

pashko18The establishment of the European Institute Pashko (IEP) as part of the European Education Initiative, is an important achievement and the result of a successful completion of the first 10 years of the European University of Tirana (UET). IEP is conceptualized as the research dimension of UET, trying to improve public policies toward a prosperous Albanian economy and polity.

IEP mission is to contribute to building a powerful economy and a democratic society. Following IE mission, it is of paramount importance that the society respects the freedom of individuals and entrepreneurship skills are the paramount values for the prosperity of a man and the nation.

 

The complexity of our society in the light of globalization challenges and technological changes, is substantially transforming the nature of civilization, requiring as such an innovative approach to link scientific research with the education and promotion of a well-informed, impartial public debate in the best interest of citizens. The European Institute Pashko will contribute through its five programmes to bring together a variety of disciplines toward a liberal approach. UET Centre is one of European Institute Pashko programmes.

 

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