The Lucha Institute is the newest member of “Our Administration” network
Our Administration network is consisted of 13 nongovernmental organizations: Institute Alternative, Bonum, Natura, New Horizons, Center for Investigative Journalism, Center for Civic Education, Center for Development of Nongovernmental Organizations, Center for Women Rights, Association of Young People with Disabilities of Montenegro, Active Zone, Association for Civil Society Development, NADA, Adria. Network goals are participation in independent monitoring of public administration reform and further empowerment of Montenegrin civil society for participation in the reform process.
The network Our Administration was created within the project “Civil Society for Good Governance: To Serve and Deserve” funded by the European Union within the Civil Society Organizations Support Program and the Balkan Trust for Democracy (BTD), the project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), implemented by the Institute Alternative, Bonum, Natura, New Horizon and the Center for Investigative Journalism.
The Lucha Institute will strive as the youngest member of this network to contribute to further development and fulfillment of the goals of the network Our Administration through research activities and informal education, especially for young people. What is in our basic philosophy is a free, responsible and prosperous society. Directly guided by these elements of philosophy, The Lucha Institute will emphasize the importance of a responsible and transparent public administration, that is, a public administration that is in the service of all citizens of Montenegro.
Within the project “Civil Society for Good Governance: To Serve and Deserve!” The Institute Alternative has developed a brochure showing what the Public Administration Reform Strategy is and what its key objectives are. You can download the brochure in the Montenegrin language here, and in the Albanian language here.