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“The 2021 Slovenian presidency with Council of the EU, the integration of WB and the role of Visegrad countries” discussed in Ljubljana by WB and Visegrad experts

Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS) and Centre for European Perspective (CEP) Slovenia organised the event “2021 Slovenian Presidency with the Council of EU, the integration of WB and the role of the Visegrad countries” on 5...

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“Think Tanks’ Cooperation with Foreign Policy Making Institutions in WB6 Perceived by Researchers in V4” event as part of Think Balkans project was co-organised by IDSCS and EminS

Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), in cooperation with the European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) organised the promotional event “Think Tanks’ Cooperation with Foreign Policy Making Institutions in WB6 Perceived by Researchers in V4”. The event served...

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Judicial culture and judicial self-governance discussed at experts’ workshop co-organised by IDSCS and CEPRIS

The Institute for Democracy (IDSCS) and the Centre for Judicial Research (CEPRIS) co-organised a closed hybrid workshop in Belgrade and online at the platform Zoom on 23-24 September. The event covered the topics of “Judicial Self-Governance and Judicial Culture”...

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IDSCS and AIIS coordinated the final study visit in Skopje and Tirana as part of the Think Balkans project

As part of the ‘Cooperation Instrument for the Western Balkans Think Tanks – THINK BALKANS’ project, financially supported by the International Visegrad Fund and implemented by the Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), in cooperation with the European Movement in...

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Local elections 2021 in North Macedonia and the role of the anticorruption institutions

The citizens’ choice in these local elections will determine who will be leading the local community and in which direction the local developments will move. The local issues are becoming increasingly important to the citizens as the local-level governance...

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Local elections 2021 in North Macedonia and the role of the anti-corruption institutions

    The citizens’ choice in these local elections will determine who will be leading the local community and in which direction the local developments will move. The local issues are becoming increasingly important to the citizens as the...

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Tackling corruption as a priority of the international community. What can the Parliament of North Macedonia do?

In the past period, we have witnessed a prioritization of the fight against corruption by key actors of the international community regarding their policy towards the Western Balkans. The US Government has adopted a Memorandum establishing the fight against...

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Call for participants for 4th Leadership academy for development

The Institute for Democracy (IDSCS) in cooperation with the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at Stanford University and in partnership with the Department of Political Science within the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”, Ss....

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Improving the information position of the parliaments of Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia

Alike in most countries, the parliaments of Albania, Kosovo, and North Macedonia are affected by an information paradox: MPs are overloaded with information, yet there is a shortage of specific information on which to base their work. At a...

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Representation of the Interests of the Citizens by the Members of Parliament – Truth or Myth

According to data from field surveys conducted in 2018-2021 by the Institute for Democracy (IDSCS) as part of the Parliament Support Program (PSP), show that citizens believe that their interests are not always represented in the legislature. This comparative...