Croatian
EU Presidency 2020

Croatia will preside the European Union for the first time in 2020. Croatian civil society organizations will work on defining their priorities for the Presidency, based on consultations with Croatian citizens.

Croatian
EU Presidency 2020

Croatia will preside the European Union for the first time in 2020. Croatian civil society organizations will work on defining their priorities for the Presidency, based on consultations with Croatian citizens.

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Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity is a non-governmental and non-profit organization of civil society, which is active in the area of international development cooperation and humanitarian aid.

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CROSOL signed the CSO letter to von der Leyen and open letter to MEPs: add civic space and civil dialogue in the portfolios of Commissioners Jurova and Suica!

Open letter of European Civil society organisations coordinated by European Civic forum was co-signed by CROSOL: “Despite the demands presented to you in July by Civil Society Europe – the European coordination for Civil Society Organisations, despite your declarations of commitment to strengthening European democracy alongside the fundamental rights and…

Tender invitation for external evaluator to support the project towards open, fair and sustainable Europe in the world – EU presidency project 2019-2021

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International solidarity with Hungarian NGOs

CROSOL – Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity and its members join protests across Europe, including the appeal of Amnesty International and the letter of solidarity of 500 European associations within the umbrella of Civil Society Europe, to which President Orban even responded, arguing that “Soros and its affiliates are…

Pan-European campaign: More Democracy for More Europe

In recent years we have seen the rise of the so called illiberal democracy politics in Eastern European EU member states. The recent political events in Poland and Hungary might be the best example of such politics where citizens increasingly support political parties whose political objectives are against the EU…