In the period between 2006 -2010, The Cultural center Tocka provided a new physical space for the cultural center, thus enabling its activities and continuity.
This time negotiations with the government about a possible new location for the center brought success. This was a sign that NGO Kontrapunkt and Cultural Center Tocka had meanwhile become a relevant factor, on which, the government but also the press and public opinion took a stance. In other words, it had been possible to raise public acceptance by constructing an image with a high symbolic value in the public sphere, which is an essential resource in times of crisis. It is also in this period when the Cultural Center Tocka and the organisation Kontrapunkt focused their activities towards advocacy and policy, by becoming part of the initiatives for connecting regional independent cultural organisations and aiming to play an active role in the cultural policy making processes both in the region and internationally.A consultative process on these issues started in 2006, including a number of activities such as regional meetings and conferences in Zagreb (2006, 2008), Belgrade (2008), Skopje (2007) and Maribor (2009). These processes resulted in Kontrapunkt being one of the founding members who formed the Association of the Independent cultural scene JADRO in 2012, an association that works on a National level in Macedonia and also being one of the founding organisations of the regional network KOOPERATIVA, that consists of cultural actors from the Ex-Yugoslav region.