Institute for Development Policy (INDEP), in the framework of the project ‘Informed Citizenry, Independent Monitoring, and Cross-institutional Coordination for Evidence-Based Environmental Policy in Kosovo’, has successfully completed the planned cycle of workshops, 7 in total. The workshops were held in Prishtina, Gjakova, Peja, Mitrovica, Ferizaj, Prizren, and Gjilan. Invited to these workshops were representatives of non-governmental organizations that work within these regions and activist citizens.
The purpose of these workshops was to encourage activism and identify various environmental problems that concern the citizens of these regions. In addition, the workshops included discussions with participants about possible solutions to these environmental problems, about practical individual and collective ways of how each can contribute to creating a more sustainable environment, and generally promoted dialogue on environmental issues in Kosovo.
This grant is funded by the ‘Civil Society Program for Albania and Kosovo’ funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Norwegian Embassy in Prishtina and managed by the Kosovo Civil Society Foundation (KCSF) in partnership with Partners Albania for Change and Development (PA).