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Information trainings for second open call

2014 01 22
Information trainings for second open call

Human Rights Monitoring Institute together with partner OSFL Projects is organizing information trainings for NGOs in five Lithuanian cities on 21 - 23 January and 10 – 11 February, 2014.

During the trainings, NGO Programme goals, objectives and results to be achieved will be presented. We will discuss possible measures to develop bilateral partnerships, introduce eligibility criteria for applicants and partners, as well as share the experience of effective communication and visibility measures.

The overall objective of the NGO Programme is to strengthen civil society development and enhance contribution to social justice, democracy and sustainable development, strengthen bilateral relationship between the beneficiary states and the donor countries. During the information trainings in the main Lithuanian cities we will provide the essential information about how to develop high quality, innovative and effective projects, according to the NGO Programme criteria.
 
Estimated training schedule:*
 
Klaipėda 21 January, 2014, Tuesday 11.00 a.m. Hotel „Old Port“, Žvejų str. 20. 
Šiauliai 22 January, 2014, Wednesday 10.00 a.m. Šiaulių Arena, J. Jablonskio str. 16. 
Panevėžys 23 January, 2014, Thursday 10.00 a.m. Hotel “Smėlynė“, Smėlynės str. 3. 
Vilnius 10 February, 2014, Monday 10.00 a.m. Hotel „Panorama“, Sodų str. 14. 
Kaunas 11 February, 2014, Tuesday 10.00 a.m. „Verslo lyderių centras“, K.Donelaičio str.62/V. Putvinskio str. 53.
 
* Estimated training time up to 4 hours.
 
Participation is free but places are limited.
 
NOTE: One organization could be represented  of maximum 2 people.
 
For the intents and purposes of the NGO Programme Lithuania NGO refers to a non-profit voluntary organisation established as a legal entity in the Republic of Lithuania, having a non-commercial purpose, independent of local, regional and central government, public entities, political parties and commercial organisations. Religious institutions and political parties are not considered NGOs.