• Ombudsperson visited Community Building Mitrovica



    30 September 2015 – Ombudsperson Mr.Hilmi Jashari visited today Community Building Mitrovica, and met with CBM representatives. In this occasion Mr.Jashari was informed more about the work of CBM and ongoing projects.

    Within the framework of this meeting, Ombudsperson emphasized that among his targets for this mandate is empowerment of civil society. During the visit it was also discussed for various forms of cooperation in the protection and promotion of human rights and different ways of mutual assistance and collaboration on issues that concern the citizens between the institution he leads and civil society.




Regional English Language Officer Mr.George Chinnery visited Access Program students


Within regular table curriculum, Access Program welcomed in classroom Regional English Language Officer (RELO) for Central and Southeastern Europe, U.S. Embassy, Budapest - Mr.George Chinnery and other representatives of U.S. Embassy in Kosovo : Mr.Mark Naylor - Assistant Public Affairs Officer and Miss.Remzije Potoku-Cultural Affairs Assistant-Education Public Affairs Office.

The class began with introduction of student and the guests, proceeding with lectures and other activities prepared by the teachers.

During this joint class, the students from both sides North and South of Mitrovica were thrilled to share their knowledge, experience and expectations for the future with Mr.Chinnery.This was another opportunity for all the students of Access Program to learn more together, deepen the friendships they have created and also to discuss issues that are object of their interest with Regional English Language Officer.

The English Access Microscolarship Program is supported from U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and implemented by Community Building Mitrovica.

Info-session for the continuation of the project ‘’Our matters’’


Community Building Mitrovica within the project ‘’Our Matters’’ organized info-session with representatives of local CSOs from Mitrovica, in which occasion the continuation of this project was announced.

‘’Our matters’’ began to be implemented two years ago and is supported by   Dutch organization IKV PAX Christi. The aim of the project is to increase public participation through public debates on topics related to daily life and to give citizens chance to openly voice their opinions regarding issues that most affect them, and purpose solutions to existing problems, thus creating a more enabling environment between citizens and the decision makers.

CBM together with local CSOs will have the opportunity to raise and advocate for issues related to rule of law towards local institutions, which is the theme of the project this year.