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During the meeting which took place in Podgorica, Montenegro Triple A for Citizens project partners discussed several topics of the utmost importance being the future activities of the Triple A Network. These include the Quality Standards of Triple A Network and the accompanying self-evaluation tool, sustainable funding opportunities for the network after the closure of the project at the end of November 2016, as well as the opening of the office of the network.

The partners agreed to open the TRIPLE A Network headquarters in Belgrade registering it in Serbia as an international association with a liaison office in Brussels, also they reached a unanimous decision on rotating presidency to ensure a shared governance.

Steering Group members also discussed and reviewed the draft of Quality Standards of Triple A network, improving on the original proposal. Triple A Network Quality Standards will first be implement and tested by the project partners, followed by the sub-grantees and other CSOs joining the network. The official launch of the QS and the self-evaluation mechanism will take place in Brussels on the 29-30 November 2016.

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