In the cross-sectoral cooperation, 10 representatives of local CSOs throughout Serbia will be involved.
To increase transparency and accountability in the spending of public money in the media sector through the involvement of civil society and joint activities of monitoring and public advocacy.
- Mentoring, capacity-building and networking of 10 representatives of local CSOs, enabling them to adequately monitor budget money spending in the media sector.
- Systematic monitoring of media financing from local budgets, through the methodology of the Transparency Index
- Presentation of results and joint public advocacy activities that promote the transparency of public funding and procedures and practices of allocating public money to media
A1: Networking, capacity-building, learning by doing
A2: Data collection and monitoring
A3: Promotion of results and public advocacy
Primary target group: an informal group of local CSOs that BIRN has gathered within the project Public Money for Public Interest.
Secondary target groups: decision-makers at local and national level, media, civil society organisations, professional associations and the general public.
- The Transparency Index reserch results
- Local public debates
- Policy briefs
- Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia (IJAS)
- Slavko Curuvija Foundation (SCF)