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13
06
2017

International solidarity with Hungarian NGOs

CROSOL – Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity joined protests across Europe to support Hungarian NGOs. Reacting to the appeal of Amnesty International and 500 European associations under the umbrella of Civil Society Europe, Prime Minister Orban said that "Soros and its affiliates are trying to undermine the capabilities of the Hungarian state to protect its borders from migrants, and thus national security”.

09
06
2016

A Unified Voice in Support of Whistleblowing

Launched is the new website of the Southeast Europe Coalition on Whistleblower Protection. The site is the campaign, outreach, news and research hub for the whistleblower movement in Southeast Europe.

11
02
2016

GONG 2011-2015: Facts against empty phrases

When harshest critics accuse GONG of doing their job properly because they work well and transparently, we can all but agree and respond with an even greater degree of transparency to the systematic contamination of public space with false data and manipulation.

01
11
2015

Project Hands-On Policy Advocacy

In cooperation with partner organizations Association for Self-Advocacy from Zagreb and Association Terra from Rijeka GONG is implementing the project “Hands-on Policy Advocacy”. Project is financed by EU, and co-financed by Governments’ Office for Associations.

12
09
2015

Non-governmental organizations call EU to open borders to refugees

On the occasion of the Day of Solidarity with Refugees "refugeeswelcome" around Europe on Saturday, non-governmental organisations have expressed their displeasure with the slow and inadequate response of the European Union to the humanitarian crisis, asking for the opening of borders for refugees who are fleeing war-affected areas.

11
06
2015

"Referendum on referendums" initiative collects 315,000 signatures

A group of 15 trade unions and seven civil society organisations calling for "a referendum on referendums" have so far collected 315,000 signatures for their petition, the group's coordinators said at a press conference in Zagreb on Thursday, appealing to the public to support their initiative over the remaining three days in order to "save direct democracy".

09
06
2015

ImamoPravoZnati.org - an opportunity for democratic political culture

In an effort to facilitate access to information concerning public authorities via the Internet and to contribute to transparency and responsibility toward citizens, the Programme for Croatia and GONG NGOs on Tuesday presented a new Internet platform - ImamoPravoZnati.org where citizens can search, in three steps, information concerning 6,000 public bodies.

25
05
2015

Referendum initiative submits two questions to Constitutional Court

The "Pro Referendum" civic initiative submitted two referendum questions to the Constitutional Court on Monday for evaluation, which it intends to raise - that signatures for referendums can be collected at any appropriate place, as is the case now, and that referendums can be called if requested by 200,000 voters or five percent of all registered voters and not 10% as is the case now.

21
05
2015

Growing number of people entering zone of absolute poverty

Due to the protracted economic crisis, a growing number of people in Croatia are entering a zone of absolute poverty, while the authorities and politicians are refusing to face that problem or deal with it in a systematic and constructive way, Milena Romic of the Human Rights House said in Zagreb on Thursday.

15
05
2015

No fingers crossed behind back – NO to historic revisionism!

A revisionist relationship to Antifascist history is not only a Croatian problem, although that is no comfort. “Unusual” changes to history are also an issue in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro. Despite everything, however, there are “resistance movements” that are trying to preserve Antifascism as a pledge from the past to the future – this was the message from GONG’s conference of the same name held in the Croatian Journalists Association on May 7 – a day before the 70th anniversary since the liberation of Zagreb and the victory over Fascism.

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