The project aid was to develop the democracy and open society in Macedonia through contributing to protection of basic human rights, in the area of digital privacy protection. Project goal was to raise awareness of the general public and in particular the children, about their rights related to the use of internet, and provide them […]
The Programme for decentralized cooperation between the region of Lower Normandy and the Republic of Macedonia was launched in 2006, and its primary goal was to incite and contribute to the international cooperation between the two territories. It is an innovative cooperation involving various stakeholders on several levels: local, regional and national. This institutional cooperation […]
Model for Efficient Communication between the Commissions for Interethnic Relations and the Citizens (MEC)
Specific objectives of the project included the improvement of the capacities of the members of the Commissions for Interethnic Relations (CIRs) so that they would be more efficient, increase their visibility and ability to work within the frames of their legally determined competencies, through the use of new technologies.
The project is aiming to achieve the following results with its activities: increased cooperation and exchange of good e-waste management practices between all relevant stakeholders, raised public awareness about proper e-waste management, increased capacity of civil society organizations for lobbying and advocacy for proper electronic waste management, increased media coverage of e-waste related matters and a reduced number of devices that are still functional, but being disposed of.
Producing of collection of localized open source applications, in cooperation with the local OSS community, satisfying the basic daily needs of local NGOs and home users, enabling promotion of OSS as efficient, cost-effective and legal software solution for hybrid systems (computers with installed Windows, dominant in both public and private sector).The package covers the needs […]
On April 1, 2005, Task Force on information society adopted National Strategy for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the relevant Action Plan. National strategy was adopted by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia on June 16, 2005 and by the Macedonian Parliament on September 21, 2005.The development of the Strategy and the Action […]
Creative Commons (CC) serves public interest in a robust exchange of expression, knowledge, and art. Our first objective is to offer the public in Macedonia a set of copyright licenses free of charge. These licenses help people tell the world that their copyrighted works are free for sharing – but only under certain conditions.
The activities of this project will aim to increase the capacity of the target groups for online activism through blogging in general, with а special emphasis on anonymous blogging, as well as online journalism, depending on the circumstances of the different target groups. This approach consists of two components: knowledge and skills on one hand, and on the other hand, motivation to use them. While the technical aspects are essential, because the use of new media enables faster and broader multilateral communication, the moral aspect is critical to the project success.
The overall project goal is to contribute to the development of critical thinking and democratization in Macedonia through the constructive use of new technologies as tools to increase the quantity and quality of educational, scientific and academic e-content.
The COMMUNIA Thematic Network aims at becoming a European point of reference for theoretical analysis and strategic policy discussion of existing and emerging issues concerning the public domain in the digital environment – as well as related topics, including, but not limited to, alternative forms of licensing for creative material; open access to scientific publications and research results; management of works whose authors are unknown
Metamorphosis aims to raise awareness of opinion and decision makers on national and regional level by bringing together experts, journalists, public officials, and other relevant stakeholders through lectures, conferences, seminars, open debates and online forums. The biggest such project is the annual International Conference e-Society.mk. The conference took place for the first time in 2004.
The CRISP project aims at protecting children’s rights on the internet and providing a safe and secure access to the internet, protection of their privacy and consequently the privacy and security of their families.