Gong is a civil society organization focused on enhancing democratic processes and institutions as well as developing democratic political culture and encouraging active and responsible participation of citizens in political processes, particularly in decision-making processes related to good governance of public and collective property, protection and promotion of the rule of law, human rights and solidarity.
Gong was founded in 1997 as an initiative of citizens organized to monitor elections, but by today has widened the methodology to conducting research and analysis, education, information sharing and public advocacy. The use of uppercase letters for years gave the impression that it was still an abbreviation, so at the Assembly at the end of 2018 Gong decided to use only lowercase letters in the name. GONG officially became Gong in early 2019, when amendments to the Statute came into force, which changed the way the organization's name is written.
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Gong is a partner in these coalitions of civil society:
Gong is a member in these public bodies:
- Member of the Working group for the development of the new Strategy for preventing corruption from 2012 to 2030 is Oriana Ivković Novokmet.
- Member of the Working group for the development of Law on preventing conflict of interest is Oriana Ivković Novokmet.
- Member of the Working group for the development of programme documents for the fiscal period 2012-2027 period Smart Croatia is Blaženka Sečkar.
- Blaženka Sečkar has been appointed a member of the new assembly of the Council for the Civil Society Development in the field of “Democratisation, rule of law and development of education”.
- Melisa Skender participates in the Council for the Open Government Partnership.
Gong's representatives are members of the following working groups: