The Civil Society Europe launched a campaign in which European civil society organizations can express their solidarity to the Hungarian people.
You probably heard about the bill on the transparency of organizations receiving foreign fund which would force NGOs to register as “civic organizations receiving foreign funds” if the organization will receive more than 24,000 EUR per a year outside Hungary. This would effectively stigmatise any organisation that receives such funding.
Transparency is important for TGE that is why the Networks publishes every year the key figures and facts about the work of the Network.
The report includes that how many gifts were channeled through the Network in 2016, where they came from and where they went. You can also read about new partners and learn about projects supported by TGE.
The event is organized by the operator of the programme: Ökotárs, Autonómia, DemNet and Carpathian Foundations in the European Youth Centre Budapest, 6-7 April 2017.
The first day of the conference - the "National Day" - focuses on presenting the history and results of the Hungarian Programme, while the second day - the "International Day" - provides an opportunity for networking and experience sharing among Hungarian and Central-European NGOs.