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Tales of Roma Women's Resistance: Roma womens organizing in southeastern Europe

July 5, 2022

This collection of stories explores the diverse realities of Roma women, girls and LGBTQI+ people, as well as the realities of activists who advocate for change on the frontlines in the Southeast Europe region. Building on 19 semi-structured interviews with activists conducted between 2018 and 2022, this research also examines the intersectional nature of the challenges that Roma girls, women and LGBTQI+ youth face in their specific contexts, through the prism of activists who have been tailoring their approaches to address and advocate for these issues.

Gender and Women; Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, Civil Society; Socio-economic Development, Poverty

Assessment of the Impact of the Percentage Tax Designations: Past, Present, Future

September 1, 2016

The subject of this study is the percentage tax designation system as a phenomenon in the nexus of public finance allocation, public benefit/civil society realm and taxation. Its focus is Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), where the system has remained to be a popular policy instrument over twenty years.This research had been prepared in 2014 and was conducted during 2015 in five CEE countries that use the percentage tax designation system: Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. It focused on four areas: 1) What the percentage tax designation system actually is and what it is not, 2) What is its role in funding of the non-profit sector, 3) What are its side effects and 4) What is the connection between the policy making and the results? The research had a form of expert panel through country research associates that worked according to the unified methodology, using secondary quantitative and qualitative data. The data including the expert opinion were organized into the project's database.

Giving and Volunteering; Legislation and Taxation; Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, Civil Society

Comparative Highlights of Foundation Laws: The Operating Environment for Foundations in Europe 2015 (Chinese Translation)

January 1, 2015

This publication aims to provide the reader with a comparative overview of the diverse legal and fiscal environments of foundations in 40 countries across wider Europe: the 28 EU Member States, plus Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, and Ukraine. It includes charts, draw on the basis of the updated online EFC (European Foundation Centre) Legal and Fiscal Country Profiles, which are available to download at www.efc.be. The EFC online profiles include more detailed country information and further explanation of the information presented in those charts. (Edition translated from English to Chinese)

Legislation and Taxation

Out of the Balkan Puzzle: A Capacity Building, Learning Oriented and Development Grants Programme

January 1, 2002

In this publication, the King Baudouin Foundation describes their project aimed at developing opportunities for communication and co-operation between the various ethnic and religious communities in South Eastern Europe. The publication offers a situation update and an overview and analysis of experiences in Albania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania and Serbia.The projects are aimed at developing opportunities for communication and co-operation between the various ethnic and religious communities.

Grantmaking and Programme Management; Human Rights, Citizenship, Democracy; International Affairs, Global Challenges

Review of Donor Support for the NGO Sector in Romania

January 1, 2001

The objective of this study is to estimate the size and composition of the donor community active in Romania, analyse giving strategies over the last ten years, identify future strategies for support, and propose mechanisms for regularly updating key information about donors' activities.

Giving and Volunteering; Grantmaking and Programme Management

Review of the Romanian NGO Sector: Strengthening Donor Strategies

September 1, 2000

Presenting the findings and recommendations of an independent review of the Romanian NGO sector commissioned by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The review was carried out from March to June 2000 and its main purpose was to improve understanding for supporting the future development of Romania.

Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, Civil Society

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