The OSCE Mission to Serbia is implementing the project ‘Support to Media Reforms in Serbia’, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The OSCE Mission to Serbia seeks proposals from civil society organizations (CSO) to develop uniform training modules for professional development of local self-government officials and organize trainings based on those modules on public co-financing of the production of public-interest content and ethics in journalism. The Implementing Partner has to have a proven track record in developing learning materials and/or modules in the field of project-based co-financing of public information content production and public spending. The applicant must demonstrate how it will ensure a neutral and unbiased approach to the assessment, its findings and recommendations. All team members are expected to sign Declaration of Impartiality and No Conflict of Interest.
The following activities and programs will not be considered for funding:
• Programs that directly engage in support of political parties, individual business or any individual.
• Programs which are partisan or political in nature.
• Any program containing any construction activities.
• Any program involving the purchase of equipment.
• Provision of individual financial support solely for equipment purchase or as a subsidy for ongoing business activities.
The exact requirements, along with a full background of the project and the detailed application instructions can be obtained on request sent to Tamara Ilic Petrov at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tatjana Vaskovic at email@example.com
The proposal, in English, shall be received by the OSCE to the following address on or before 15 February 2021 at 12:00 CET (local time):
OSCE Mission to Serbia
Chairperson, OSCE Bid Opening Board
Španskih boraca 1, 11070 Belgrade, Serbia
Proposals sent by email and facsimile will not be accepted.