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Fundraising and Project Development Capacity Building Program for Municipalities

The 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 assessmentcapacity 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.

Improving Local Media Capacities to Fight Religious Radicalism and Violent Extremism in Elbasan

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

Empowering Schools as Community Centers in the Municipality of Kamza against Religious Radicalization Amongst Youth

UET Centre is implementing the project “Empowering Schools as Community Centers in the Municipality of Kamza against Religious Radicalization Amongst Youth”, under the Call for Proposals “Strengthening Civil Society to build Youth resilience to Counter Violent Extremism”. This project is funded under the European instrument Civil Society Facility – Civic Initiative and Capacity Building, funded by the European Union and implemented by the Terre des Hommes (TDH) in partnership with Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), Center for Common Ground (CCG) and Beder University.UET Centre is implementing the project “Empowering Schools as Community Centers in the Municipality of Kamza against Religious Radicalization Amongst Youth”, under the Call for Proposals “Strengthening Civil Society to build Youth resilience to Counter Violent Extremism”. This project is funded under the European instrument Civil Society Facility – Civic Initiative and Capacity Building, funded by the European Union and implemented by the Terre des Hommes (TDH) in partnership with Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), Center for Common Ground (CCG) and Beder University.

The project aims at preventing the penetration of religious radicalism in early stages among youth in under-developed areas, through building youth capacities and as an objective to empower in practice the “Schools as Community Centers” (SCC) model in two high-schools of the Municipality of Kamza. The main activities will be the cooperation with the local Regional Education Directorate and schools in order to prepare a plan of activities for SCCs in two high schools that can also work as a bridge to engage with the local community, contributing to psycho-social activities away from radical influences. All the target groups will be strongly encouraged to actively participate during the preparation in the agenda-setting with the activities that will be held on the SCCs in both schools chosen in Kamza for the purpose of this project implementation.

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Romani Ambassadors

The project Romani Ambassadors is aiming to develop a comprehensive approach and endorse a number of goals in training and employment in order to speed up Roma Integration and support the implementation of thenational Roma inclusion strategies and the Council Recommendations of Roma Integration. The project aims to support Roma youth participation at different levels by supporting initiatives where Roma participation is key to long-term change. The Roma is Europe’s largest minority, with an estimated population of 10 -12 million. Socially and economically, the Roma are also one of the Europe’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged groups and frequently face intolerance, discrimination and exclusion. Many lack access to housing, healthcare, social services employment and education. European countries have both a national and a joint responsibility to address the discriminationand exclusion of the Roma; significant funding has been devoted towards improving the situation of the Roma.The project is planning to prepare a Training Programme on Training of Romani Trainers with duration of 12 months and to transfer and continue the good practices gained during the PAL Push Entrepreneurship and PAL project. Based on these preparation materials, it will be organized both training of ROMANI TRAINERS AND MEDIATORS EXPRESSING THE EU AMBITION: EMPLOYMENT OF ROMA 2018-2028 and ROMANI TRAINERS AND MEDIATORS EXPRESSING THE EU AMBITION: EDUCATION OF ROMA 2018-2028. At the end of the training of trainers programme, the 18 selected trainers from C1 and 34 selected trainers and mediators from C2 will be able to further transfer good practices regarding employment and education of the Romani community, with an overall purpose to enhance the exchange of EU ambition on these specific action pylons. At the end, it will be prepared and shared a European Guide of Roma mediator for employment support and job skills education All published material will be issued in every participating country's language and in English as well.
This project is supporterd by the Programme Erasmus+; Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for youth.

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