June 18, 2012

Decision on Bulgarian and Hungarian Shortlist

We are pleased to inform that the CEE Trust has finalised grant awarding process regarding projects shortlisted last week. Grant agreements will be signed with all organizations, which projects appeared on the shortlist. These are:

for Bulgaria

  • "More citizen participation and more reason in elections: online tools and public debates for engaging citizens with National and European elections in Bulgaria" by Bulgarian School of Politics “Dimitry Panitza”; amount: USD 84,990
  • "Fundraising and the State" by Bulgarian Donors' Forum; amount: USD 65,000
  • "WHY INDEPENDENT. Mobilizing the independent cultural sector for policy participation" by Next Page Foundation; amount: USD 64,740
  • Bulgarian Civic Agenda 2.0 or Cyberactivism – The Bridge  Between  Civil Society  And Technology Based Community by Association "Institute for Public Environment Development"; amount: USD 75,000
  • "Responsible politics, transparency and privacy in the digital environment" by Fourteenth January Foundation; amount: USD 79,960

Currently all Bulgarian grants are handled by Dolores Neagoe d.neagoe@ceetrust.org


for Hungary

  • "atlatszo.hu Watchdog NGO and online magazine for investigative journalism in Hungary" by atlatso.hu; amount: USD 90,000
  • "Civic Scrutiny of the New Hungarian Constitutional System" by Hungarian Helsinki Committee, HHC  (Magyar Helsinki Bizottság); amount: USD 99,200
  • "Wake-up Call: Bringing Gender Equality to the Forefront of Policy Debates" by Hungarian Women Lobby; amount: USD 65,000
  • "Creating a National Hate Crimes Strategy in Action" by Otherness Foundation (NEKI); amount: USD 65,000

Currently all Hungarian grants are handled by Anna Mazgal a.mazgal@ceetrust.org

 

Congratulations to the awarded organizations!

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