Luxembourg Grants

The Kosovo Civil Society Foundation (KCSF) has supported 17 projects for social integration of youth and 5 projects to improve righteous journalist reporting funded by the Government of Luxembourg.

Supported projects in the field of social integration aim at active youth engagement for active citizenship and creation of opportunities for youth inclusion in the labour market whereas supported projects in the field of journalism aim to improve righteous journalist reporting.

These projects will be extended to different areas of Kosovo covering the municipalities of Prishtinë/Priština, Prizren, Gjakovë/Ðakovica, Ferizaj/Uroševac, Mitrovicë/Mitrovica, Peja/Peć, Gjilan/Gnjilane, Fushë Kosovë/Kosovo Polje, Gllogoc/Glogovac, Kamenicë/Kamenica, Vitia/Vitina, Rahovec/Orahovac, Istog/Istok, Zubin Potok, Zveçan/Zvečan, Leposaviq/Leposavić, Graçanicë/Gračanica, Shtërpcë/Štrpce, Hani i Elezit/Elez Han, Kaçanik/Kačanik, Mamushë/Mamuša, Suharekë/Suva Reka, Dragash/Dragaš and others.

Support to these 22 organizations such as IPKO Foundation, RIT Kosovo (AUK), Initiative for Agriculture Development in Kosovo (IADK), Peer Educators Network (PEN), Sbunker, Dokufest, Ec Ma Ndryshe, Shtatëmbëdhjetë (17), Center for Psycho-Social and Medicinal Research (QHPSM), Center for the Rights of Minority Communities (CRMC), Center for Counselling, Social Services and Research (SIT), Bashkimi Rinor E Ardhmja E Ndritur (BRAN), Vijeće Kongresa bošnjačkih intelektualaca Kosova (VKBIK), Community Development Institute (CoDe), Omladinski savet Gračanica/Graçanice & Omladinski savet Pasjane (OSG), Human Rights Radio Network (HRN) and Community Development and Empowerment (CD&E), Press Council of Kosovo, Organisation for Democracy, Anticorruption and Dignity COHU, Kosovo 2.0, Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) and Crno Beli Svet (CBS) amounted to about 1,4 million EUR, while projects are implemented over a timeframe up to two years.