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Online Survey - Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe

The count­down for the online-­survey on the state of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe is running!

The survey is still open! You can still parti­ci­pate!

In a time of vivid poli­tical and social change in Europe, civil society in all its forms takes on an ever more important role. How do prac­ti­tio­ners assess the condi­tion of civil society in their respec­tive coun­tries? As part of our moni­to­ring study in colla­bo­ra­tion with the ERSTE foun­da­tion, we are currently conduc­ting an online-­survey in 16 CEE-­coun­tries and kindly invite all civil society orga­niza­t­ions inte­rested in voicing their opinion about this topic, to parti­ci­pate in the survey. The offi­cial dead­line ended already but as long as the link is working, it is still possible to parti­ci­pate. By comple­ting the survey, you have the chance to cont­ri­bute to our effort to raise awareness for the import­ance of civil society. We aim to reach at least 100 orga­niza­t­ions per country in various fields of activity (social services, sports, health, culture, envi­ron­ment/animal protec­tion, deve­lop­ment/housing, law/advo­cacy/poli­tics, inter­na­tional aciti­vites, reli­gion, social clubs, phil­an­thropic inter­me­di­a­ries, busi­ness/profes­sional asso­cia­tions).

Just follow the link to the survey for your country and enter your answers:

Coun­tries (please click to go to the survey)number of complete replies
(20.11.2018)
Albania56
Austria43
Bosnia and Herze­go­vina49
Bulgaria40
Croatia35
Czech Repu­blic52
Hungary45
Kosovo82
Mace­donia55
Moldova87
Monte­negro61
Poland13
Romania53
Serbia73
Slovakia45
Slovenia44

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