The tenth meeting between the LINK 4 Cooperation project team and the representatives of local governments involved in this project was held in Municipality Ravno yesterday. The aim was to review the first year of project implementation in regards to beneficiaries, 12 cities/municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During the meeting, the upcoming project activities were presented with a special focus on the ELoGE program of the Council of Europe and the Leadership Academy Programme (LAP) as extremely valuable tools of the Council of Europe that will give a new dimension to the relations between local governments and civil society organizations.
Similar to previous meetings in other local governments in the project area, this one was also informative, so it mentioned the “grant” scheme for the civil sector in the project area, and potentially interesting models of joint promotion on the project portal and social networks of the project. (FB and Instagram).
In the Municipality of Ravno, the project team spoke with Ružica Skaramuca, President of the Municipal Council of Ravno, Stana Burić, Member of the HNK / Ž Assembly and employee of this Municipality, and Ana Kostić, lawyer in this Herzegovinian Municipality.
On behalf of the LINK 4 Cooperation project, the meeting was attended by Dženana Dedić, Executive Director of the Local Democracy Agency Mostar and coordinator of this project, as well as Slobodan Vulešević, Executive Director of the Centar za razvoj Hercegovine – CRH Trebinje partner organization.