Regional meeting of Teams for strategic litigation
Tuesday, 30 October 2007

On October 29, 2007, in rooms of Pozega Municipality, CA Sretenje held regional meeting of representatives of local communities from Novi Sad, Leskovac, Kraljevo and Pozega and local partners on the project: Forum Iuris- Novi Sad, Center of Education Leskovac, Civic Council Municipality of Kraljevo with aim to examine possibilities and ways of regional networking.
Regional meeting is a final activity on the project Strategic Litigation in Local Communities which is supported by Canadian Government, via Canadian International Development Agency- CIDA and Open Society Fund.
Rodoljub Sabic, Commissioner for Information of Public Importance, spoke about the significance of the Law on Free Access to information for solving of defined issues, Zdenka Kovacevic, Project Coordinator, summarized attained results and defined cases, Mirej Grcki spoke about the local community status and recommendation for further functioning, Srdjan Cosic about returning of Bogavac legacy to youngsters in Kraljevo municipality, and Zeljko Plavsic about great and unselective forest cutting on mountain Kukavica in Leskovac Municipality. Miladin Filipovic, Municipal public solicitor, referred to the Law on Local Government and said that he was not authorized for litigation of local communities but that he would accept to be engaged in the case of environmental protection of rivers Crna and Bela Kamenica.
Also spoke: Mirjana Nikolic-a member of the Legal Team- about steps in strategic litigation in case of environmental protection of rivers Crna and Bela Kamenica, Biljana Milovanovic- about local community status in Pozega, Ljubica Bogosavljevic-President of Municipal Assembly in Arilje municipality- about local community status in Arilje. Representatives of local communities also took part in discussion: Stevan Latinović- MZ Bosko Buha , Novi Sad, Vesna Vulin Macic- MZ Jelen Do, Pozega, Predislav Matović- MZ Tometino Polje, Pozega, Marjan Banjanac- MZ Bogutovac, Kraljevo.
At the end of the meeting it was formed Team for strategic litigation on regional level and signed Agreement between all participants in the project- 16 local communities and 5 non governmental organizations.

 
Local Authorities-Citizens' Service?
Thursday, 25 October 2007

On October 24, 2007 Environmental Organization

 
Local community status
Sunday, 21 October 2007

On October 18, 2007 Forum iuris organized the lecture on theme: the Right to immediate citizen participation in frame of the project Strategic Litigation in Local Communities supported by Canadian International Development Agency-CIDA and coordinated by CA Sretenje from Pozega.
Members of Team for strategic litigation formed on level of Novi Sad and representatives of Municipal government for general issues were present on the lecture. It was discussed need of improving the status of local communities, extension of their purviews and financial resources provided by municipal budget and the ways that could be done. Therefore, it was considered proposal of amendments on Decree on local communities and Cooperation Agreement between local communities and Town Novi Sad.

 
Legal Initiative- Western Serbia
Thursday, 18 October 2007

On October 18th, 2007 in rooms of Pozega Municipality it was held training of volunteers who would be engaged in collection of signatures for civic initiatives for passing of the Law on privacy of information and amendments on the Law on Free Access to Information. CA Sretenje will coordinate action of collection of signatures in Western Serbia, in municipalities: Cacak, Uzice, Pozega, Arilje, Loznica, Valjevo and Prijepolje, in frame of the project which has been implemented by People

 
Public Discussion about Development Program
Tuesday, 09 October 2007

In rooms of Pozega Municipality on October 5, 2007 was held public discussion about draft of Development Program in which design representatives of CA Sretenje took part. Participants of the public discussion were, besides citizens, representatives of NVO, local authorities, councilor groups as well as Coordination team.

 
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