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“ THE REFERENCE GROUP, A NETWORK OF 99 NON-GOVER N MENTAL ORGANIZATIONS”. NGO NETWORK TUZLA Klosterska br.3; 75 000 Tuzla; Bosn i a and Her z egovina +387 35 249 150; 249 151; fax: +387 35 257 240 E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected] www.rgtuzla.org. Background Mission

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The reference group a network of 99 non gover n mental organizations

“ THE REFERENCE GROUP,

A NETWORK OF 99

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS”

NGO NETWORK TUZLA

Klosterska br.3; 75 000 Tuzla; Bosnia and Herzegovina

+387 35 249 150; 249 151; fax: +387 35 257 240

E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]

www.rgtuzla.org


Reference group introduction

Background

Mission

Goals

Nowadays’ working methodology and principles

RGT Office structure and functioning

Membership

The most importantachievements

REFERENCE GROUP INTRODUCTION


Background

RG Tuzla exists as informal network since 1996.

Initially was established by several domestic organizations supported by ICVA aimed to change the legislatives related to proper functioning of NGO’s sector

Registered at the beginning of 2000. at Ministry of Justice in Canton of Tuzla as citizen’s association

Today RG Tuzla covers by its work numerous main issues and problems related to NGOs work, their beneficiaries and community in the broadest sense of the word

Up of the end of 1996. the number of RGT member organizations had increased 15 times

Background


The reference group a network of 99 non gover n mental organizations

Reference Group Tuzla MISSION

Reference Group Tuzla is a Network of 99 non-governmental, non-for profit, independent, open, equal, democratic, domestic and international non-partisan organizations/associations from the region of both entities in BH, that are devoted to building and improving civil and democratic society in whole Bosnia and Herzegovina highly respecting and implementing international standards and principles of human rights and social justice


The rgt goals

By existing HR and made connections towards international and local institutions, contribute to strengthening sectoral network and internal capacities of 3rd sector

To join, as relevant actor, transition processes within the frame of society democratization

Actively participate in positive legal regulations decision making processes, aiming the improvement of the situation in bh society in total 

By joint efforts and education/trainings to influence the raising of public awareness on 3rd sector importance

The RGT Goals


Working methodology and principles

Team work

Participatory rapprochement to Strategic plan

creating process

Horizontal communication and sharing the

knowledge andexperience,

 Functioning within working groups established

based on recognized needs and necessity

 Respecting mutual diversity

Working methodology and principles


Working methodology and principles1

Joint activities of organizations of different development

level

 Focus on active member organizations participation and

equalopportunities to all Network members

Transparency in Network functioning and acting as well

as within steering structures towards member organizations, community, media and governing institutions

Continuity and consistency in representing the member organization within RG Tuzla

Own work and performance grounded on common rapprochement , transparency and voluntary contribution of its member organizations

Working methodology and principles


Rgt office structure and its functioning

Staff

Coordinating Chairwoman

Administrator

Accountant

Media officer

Volunteer

Duties and responsibilities

Network acting and functions coordination

Continuously information exchange and share

Logistic support to projects’ activities

Update and accurate communication (member organizations,

Steering Board, Supervisory Board, Donors)

Reporting towards MO, SB, SB and Donors

RGT Office structure and its functioning


Rg tuzla office main activities

Co-operation to Media, Governing Institution and Other NGOs, Associations...

Attracting new member organizations

Funds management in co-operation to Steering Board and under supervising of Supervisory Board

Representation and promotion

Participation in Strategic plan and Operational plan creating processes as well as making projects proposals

Monitoring and internal evaluation

Consistent cultivation and development of principles of equal information access, knowledge and experience sharing

RG Tuzla Office main activities


Rgt membership

Reference Group counts 99 Member organizations

91 domestic/local and 8 international organizations  

Domestic organizations coming from both entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina(Federation and Republic of Srpska)

Member organizations are quite different upon their development and working areas

RGT Membership


Rgt the most important achievements

Contribution to sectored working groups development

Initiation and enhance other NGO Network functioning through around whole BH

Creation own working groups in order to achieve better and efficient advocacy in human rights and needs of particular categories of NGO sector’s beneficiaries

Recognized, reliable and well accepted partner in positive initiatives for transition process towards democratization of bh society in general

RGT the most important achievements


Achievements

Participation in creating developing strategy for NE BH

Full partner within BH SPAG (Social policy advisory group)

Full partner in coalition of “Working and succeed together” in BH

Achievements


The reference group a network of 99 non gover n mental organizations

WORKING AREA

STRUCTURE

WORKING GROUPS AND GOALS


Rg tuzla structure

RG TuzlaStructure

REFERENCE GROUP TUZLA ASSAMBLY

SUPERVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE GROUP TUZLA

STEERING BOARD OF REFERENCE GROUP TUZLA

RGT OFFICE FOR COORDINATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

REFERENCE GROUP TUZLA 99 MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS

working within following WORKING GROUPS:

for psychological-social support

for

eldery people

for

people with special needs

For

rural development

for sustainab. development

for

legal issues

for

Media and Networking

for

Roma

For

Youth


Working group for psycho social support

Identification, follow up and high quality answer to community needs focusing on mental health care service, social insurance, war victims and other traumatized people protection

Establishing efficient system for coordinating, information exchange, knowledge and experience transfer among Working Group member organizations aiming to provide better support to users’ and beneficiaries’ group

Creating partnership between Go and NGO and joint activities identification and implementation in favour to vulnerable citizen groups 

Joint action of GO and NGO for passing/changing Lows on social care and their accurate implementation

Active follow up and coordinated actions towards education reforms in all levels

Working Group for Psycho-social Support


Working g roup for e lderly people

Initiates and involves itself within the creating solutions for “Third Age” people problems by permanent drawing attention on their needs

Realizing efficient co-operation to governmental sector, health care , social welfare and education institutions for the benefit of elderly people

Implementing the integration of mixed model of care for elderly people within social care and education system

Enhance elderly people to be more active in local community development

Promotion and advocacy for creating better circumstances to enjoy “Third Age”

Working Group for Elderly people


Working group for people with special needs

Advancing social status of people with special needs

Advocacing and promoting elementary human rights of people with special needs through their full integration to community

Continuously raise the public awareness on problems of people with special needs focused on inappropriate education system

Exert influence on governmental institutions of all levels to provide appropriate condition for their education and access to information

Working Group for People with special needs


Working group for rural development

Providing help and support broadly the development of rural communities/social, economic, cultural/

Creating synergy with other WG within RGT in order to prepare 3rd sector and MO for the implementation of EC programs for RD

Implementation of activities and projects in order to create conditions for Bosnia and Herzegovina joining European Union,

Organizing workshops, seminars, trainings, educations, lectures that will involve versatile interest groups, as well as fairs, exhibitions and similar events,

Experience exchange and collaboration with same or similar associations as well as organizations and institutions from Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad,

Working Group for Rural Development


Working group for sustainable development

Provides support to economic development in region of NE Bosnia and Herzegovina

Educates/train public and raises the awareness on importance and benefits of sustainable economic development

Initiates and develops the social entrepreneurship

Actively acts and promote the environmental issues and its legislative as well as advocacing the principles of Green Engineering

Continuously co-operation to Regional Development Agency and actively participates in regional development processes

Working Group for Sustainable Development


Working group for legal issues

Update and accurate follow up of passing new lows processes and informing RGT MO

Preparation and updating all RGT legal acts and documents and harmonizing to accurate bh legislation

Initiating and coordinating the campaigns for harmonizing the present legislation at all levels of governing in favour to equalizing the human right of all BH citizens

Working Group for Legal Issues


Wg for legal issues

Follow up and analyzing legislation related to NGO work and warning the RGT MO

Education of RGT MO as well as citizens on Low on Taxes

Call governmental institutions attention as well as public on importance, necessity and benefits from accurate harmonizing BH legislative to EU ones

WG for Legal Issues


Working group for media and networking

Organizing public debate sessions about citizens’ rights, duties and responsibilities within civil society development

Continuously organizing PRESS conferences/press releases in order to inform public about NGO sector work, achievements and plans

Organizing seminary on «Media presentation»

Promotion and developing techniques and tools for public advocacy for improving and advancing RGT MO capacities

Working Group for Media and Networking


Wg for media and networking

Publishing half-yearly RGT bulletin ''LOBINO''

Creating Media plan for RGT and other working group and its implementation and follow up

Preparing and publishing advertising materials

Creating and updating RGT website

Networking to other NGOs and Networks in BH, region and Europe

... WG for Media and Networking


Working group for roma

Exerts influence on BH government at all levels to sign and join Roma Decade 2005-2015/BH is the single country in the region that hasn’t signed this Document/

Contributes to Roma community development and their integration to civil society

Actively support project activities of Roma NGOs

Sensitize large public and all stake holders and decision makers on difficult social position of Roma in whole BH

Provide full support and service to Roma community and Roma NGO for realizing their rights to education, health and social care

Working Group for Roma


Working group for youth

Direct contribution to creating appropriate solution for urgent Youth issues /high education reforms, unemployment, brain drain/

Initiates and perform in creating strategy for Youth in area which RGT MO cover

Actively working on creating and preparing Low on Volunteers in BH

Creating partnership between GO, NGO and business sector in order to help projects and activities related to Youth

Promoting and advocating the full participation of youth in creating policies which are meant for them

Co-operating to other NGOs dealing with youth issues

Promote voluntarism

Working Group for Youth


Thank you for your kind attention

“ THE REFERENCE GROUP, NETWORK OF 99 NONGOVERMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS”

NGO NETWORK TUZLA

Klosterska br.3; 75 000 Tuzla; Bosna i Hercegovina

+387 35 249 150; 249 151; fax: +387 35 257 240

[email protected]; [email protected]

www.rgtuzla.org

Thank you for your kind attention


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