Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) is a civil society organization working to promote intercultural acceptance and active citizenship through capacity-building processes, non-formal education, and youth work provision.
Our mission is to ensure sustainable community development by creating opportunities for quality engagement of civil society, advancing learning opportunities, raising environmental awareness, affirming green policies, and active involvement of young people and other citizens
The Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) in the coming period will implement the project “Green Monitor” which will promote a series of activities that will contribute to raising environmental awareness, affirming green policies, and promoting transparency and accountability of elected decision-makers locally and nationally through the platform www.greenmonitor.com.mk.
The fast way of modern life together with the use of modern technological tools can ignore the need to bring effective standards for environmental protection and that is exactly what political leaders and citizens must do, to be engaged more actively in environmental protection and promotion of green policies aimed at ensuring greater national development and a cleaner environment.
To achieve this goal, the Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) together with EDYN will implement activities aimed at promoting political transparency and accountability, on the one hand, raising environmental awareness through fact-checking and verified statements made by decision-makers, and on the other hand, to encourage the cooperation of the political parties and to facilitate the dialogue between the young people and the elected officials through a series of training and workshops.
The project is available to all those who want to get involved and contribute to building a safe environment, applying the principles of accountability and transparency, and encouraging the implementation of green policies that will benefit young people.
The project is supported by SlovakAid in North Macedonia and the European Youth Network for Democracy (EDYN).