public funding by municipalities

As a general rule, the total amount of municipal funding of non-governmental organisations has been growing for the past ten years. 2011 and 2013 were the only exceptions when drops occurred relative to the preceding years. Throughout the period 2003-2017, non-governmental organisations received more public funds by municipalities than they did by ministries.

 

Municipalities that allocated the highest amounts of funds to non-governmental organisations are the City of Ljubljana (€19,14 million), followed by City of Maribor (€5,30 million), City of Kranj (€ 2,49 million), City of Velenje (€ 2,36 million) and City of Koper (€ 2,26 million). In general, urban municipalities are at the forefront of municipal funding of NGOs. In 2017, 11 urban municipalities (of the total of 212 Slovenian municipalities) remitted to non-governmental organisations a combined share of 35,57 % of all municipal funds for NGOs (which is € 39,96 million of 112,33).

 

THE VOLUME OF PUBLIC FUNDING OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS BY MUNICIPALITIES IN 2009 AND 2014–2017 (in Slovenian)

 

Source: KPKAJPESMNZ