Kooperativa is carrying out research on regional and national collaboration projects in the civic sector, which resulted in the creation of jointly created programs or exchange of programs in a period from 2012 to 2023. We are interested in long-term partnerships, that is, collaborative projects that lasted for three or more years.
The insights gained from this research will help us ensure the greater success of future collaborations within the civic sector. Furthermore, we intend to use this knowledge to advocate for more stable and continued financial support for the collaboration and exchange programs in South-East Europe.
The results of the study will be published in a source book titled “How to Collaborate, Co-create, and Exchange Programs?”. The report results will be anonymized, unless you want them to be publicly available, in which case you can opt for non-anonymous participation.
To participate in the questionnaire, use the link to the Google Form.
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This study is part of the project “Regional Lab: New Culture Spaces and Networks as drivers of an Innovative and Sustainable Bottom-up Development of Regional Collaboration”, co-funded by the European Union, as part of the open call for proposals EACEA 39/2019 Cultural Cooperation Projects in the Western Balkans “Strengthening cultural cooperation with and competitiveness of cultural and creative industries in the Western Balkans”. The Call for Proposals is entirely funded by the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II).
The project is conducted by the consortium consisting of several partners from six SEE countries led by Kooperativa – Regionalna platforma za kulturu, and project partners Anibar from Kosovo, Društvo Asociacija from Slovenia, Asocijacija NKSS from Serbia, Јадро Асоцијација / Jadro Association from North Macedonia, Operacija grad from Croatia, and OKC Abrašević from BiH.