The e-justice platform is a product implemented by Levizja FOL, as part of the Demand for Justice Program. The Demand for Justice Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State/INL and implemented by the National Center for State Courts to support the development of robust, evidence-driven demand for justice in Kosovo. Through D4J, NCSC is mobilizing CSO partners to act as agents of change to foster accountability, transparency, and integrity in the justice sector.
In 2009, FOL Movement was officially registered as an independent NGO,
based in Prishtina. Its chief mission is to contribute to good
governance and prevention and fighting corruption through supporting and
promoting active citizenry, enhancing transparency and accountability
of public institutions. FOL focuses its work on public expenditure,
fighting various forms of corruption and institutional negligence, as
well as promoting accountability. Through policy research, advocacy,
technical and institutional support, monitoring of public institutions,
conferences, seminars, roundtables and other forms of mobilization and
networking, as well as debate and debate training programs, FOL
increases public pressure on decision-makers to reduce abuse of public
power. In addition to strengthening the transparency and accountability
of decision-making authorities and public officials, FOL works to open
up new channels of communication between government and citizens and
reduce civic apathy.
In 2012, FOL has initiated the process of Kosovo membership in Open
Government Partnership – OGP. Based on FOL request Kosovo Government has
made official decision to initiate the procedures for membership in
this organization. . FOL Movement with the support of Ministry of
European Integration and Coordination Group has developed National
Action Plan 2014-2016 with total of 29 actions and 41 sub-actions. The
National Action Plan 2014-2016 was approved by Kosovo Government on
April 29, 2014. Furthermore, in January 2014, FOL has become a member of
the United Nations Convention against Corruption – UNCAC Coalition.
While in April 2014, FOL has been elected as a member of Coordination
Committee for European Region in UNCAC Coalition. UNCAC is a global
network of civil society organizations that engages and promotes the
fight against corruption through advocacy for ratification,
implementation and monitoring of the United Nations Convention against
Corruption – UNCAC. This coalition is established in 2006, through
mobilization of civil society organization of UNCAC in international,
national and regional level.
FOL Movement is also the member of national NGO Network Democracy in
Action that deals with monitoring of election in Kosovo. Also FOL is a
member of National Committee on cooperation between Institutions and
Civil Society Organizations since September 2014.