The state in its endeavor to support civil society development can have a positive role and thus it can provide financial support to CSOs’ operation. One of the key sources of funding is the revenue from lotteries and games of chance. In the country, these funds are potentially significant funding source for organizations’ sustainability. However, in order for this to become a reality, state institutions need to use the principles of transparency and accountability, equal treatment, fair selection and proportionality in the current allocation of funds. The comparative analysis “Lottery proceeds for CSO work: Luck has nothing to do with it” prepared by Vanja Skoric from the European Center for Non-for-Profit Law (ECNL) is aimed at all stakeholders involved in the state funds allocation process. Read the whole paper here.