Box 1: EU Guidelines assessment here

Result 1.1. In 2019, no new legislation was introduced in part of Tax and Fiscal Benefits or Corporate Giving. The existing legislation does not provide any incentives for CSOs which affects its work in part of number of employees, number of potential activities and projects, but also it does not provide any stimulations for donations by companies or individuals.

Box 1: EU Guidelines assessment here

Result 1.1. Public funding is regulated by the Law on NGOs, which was introduced in 2017. It is available and provided in a transparent manner. However, improvement is needed in this area as small and in-development organizations often do not have enough capacities in order for their projects to be supported, but funds are allocated to medium and big organizations.

Box 1: EU Guidelines assessment here

Result 1.1. In 2019, a new Law on Volunteerism was adopted in the Government and is expected to be adopted in the Parliament in 2020. It brings a lot of improvement in this area in comparison to the previous Law on Volunteer Work. However, legal environment does not stimulate employment in CSOs, as CSOs are obliged to pay full taxes and surtaxes for every employee, which is often not sustainable for small and medium organisations.

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