As a result of the study visit to Iceland, many initiatives, conclusions and experiences have emerged. Here are some of them: Projects and project activities implemented by municipalities in R. Macedonia Macedonia, following the example of Reykjavik in Iceland, should be viewed through the prism of gender responsive budgeting (hereinafter: ROB!). In which way? Because it is a thorough analysis of which municipalities either have or do not have adequate staffing capacity, it is necessary to use all other resources locally and regionally. The solution to this situation is the conclusion of a Memorandum of Cooperation between the municipalities and the nearest public or private universities, which in the framework of their ongoing research (as part of their study programs and student activities), can make the analyzes. The benefit will be multifaceted - both for municipalities
and for student upgrades and teacher innovation. The Municipality of Stip is of the opinion that the excellent cooperation with the University "Goce Delcev" in Stip, can result in further joint and effective activities in this regard. Iceland Gender Perspective Analyzed in Budget Breakdown! The answer to the questions is: Who will be the final beneficiary of the project? Does that project bring benefits to minority groups? Is this project in support of other target groups? ... etc ... The creation of the platform, that is, the blog or networking of people involved in ROB in the municipalities, was also drawn as a conclusion of this study visit which is one of the basic ways of transferring experiences. It is inevitable for each municipality to have an Equal Opportunity Commission, Equal Opportunity Coordinator and most importantly - to set up an appropriate Coordination Body that will include one person from each municipal department (culture, education, finance, urban planning, LED, utilities, etc.). .), so that the body coordinates and systematically reviews all municipal projects through the prism of ROB and makes analyzes (as they are done in Iceland). It is desirable to include representatives from: the civil society sector, local and national institutions, regional units, centers (with special emphasis on the Center for Social Work), the media and representatives of other target groups in society. That means - institutionalizing this whole process by including all segments of the municipal administration and the local community in the process of promoting ROB at the local level !!! In Iceland there is a Steering Committee on Gender Responsive Budgeting in which the President is appointed directly by the Minister, the membership numbering 11 persons, one of whom is a worker, the other an employer, a third - citizen or citizen association. Their task is to control the ROB and make an objective insight into the current situation !!! The analyzes and their results are mainly for internal use, but with the promotion of public relations in the area of gender responsive budgeting, their placement will be wider, media-covered, more expansive and closer to all citizens. There are a number of public relations tools that projects can promote through ROB! When undertaking any activity to promote gender responsive budgeting in a municipality, in Iceland's experience, one should not only perceive projects and activities from a gender perspective or through the scope of equal opportunities, but rather from many a broader perspective - in terms of respect for human rights !!!