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Panel Discussion – The Role of the Civil Society in NATO & EU Integration Process

Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje, in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation, is organizing a panel discussion fully...

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Referendum 2018 – Public opinion poll in Macedonia (August 2018)

The report “Referendum 2018 – Public opinion poll in Macedonia” presents and analyze the views of the public in...

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Appeal to the public regarding the initiatives for amnesty for the events on 27 April 2017

The Institute for Democracy appeals to the public about the initiative to adopt a law on amnesty from responsibility...

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SEE Think Net Network policy contribution to the Western Balkans Summit London 2018

The SEE Think Net Network members and researchers gave their inputs and policy recommendations on topics that derive from...

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Poll: The name dispute – Public views in Macedonia – 2018

In April, 2018 MCIC and IDSCS, together with M-Prospect, conducted a public opinion research for the fourth time, and...

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First regional think tank network will monitor the Berlin Process

The SEE Think Net Network was established in mid-march 2018 with the generous support of the European Fund for the...

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Hurdling on 3, 6, and 9: The recommendation has been secured, what is next?

The Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS) in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation monitored the implementation...

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Global Encyclopaedia of Informality promoted in Skopje

What does it mean to be a “godfather” in Montenegro and Macedonia, “dear brother”in Finland or “small cousin” in...

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EFB: Declaration of a European Balkans Partnership

The Balkans are back on the European agenda, bringing the possibility of more sincere relations and a new partnership....

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Support for EU membership remains high, the Union perceived as the best ally at the expense of Russia

The support of the citizens for membership in the European Union remains strong in Macedonia despite the steady trend...

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Infographic: Finalising Europe’s unification by 2025

What are the possibilities to finalize the process of European unification with the countries of the Western Balkans by...

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Infographic: The public opinion and the name issue

http:// Copy: Anketa ENG Infogram  

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Republic of Macedonia’s 2017 Local Elections Handbook – Second Edition

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and the Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis – Skopje (IDSCS) have the pleasure to present you...

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Panels discussion and presentation of report: Resilience in the Western Balkans

Citizens of Western Balkan countries have developed great resilience, but not of the kind that is needed. It is...

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Towards the more visible, efficient and effective: Berlin Process 2.0

  The Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje in cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans (EFB),...

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Report from monitoring the reform process: “Hurdling on 3, 6, and 9”

The Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, monitors the implementation of...

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Online survey: The attitudes of young people towards migrants and refugees

Fear and prejudice towards people of Islamic faith are the biggest source of stigmatization for refugees and migrants among...

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Shadow RIA: Two public policy documents, how to improve Regulatory Impact Assessment in Macedonia

The implementation of the Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) process in Macedonia has so far shown serious shortcomings. Its importance...

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IDSCS contribution to the UK Parliamentary debate – Beyond Brexit: the UK and the Balkans

Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis – Written Evidence (BUB0019)  What are the UK’s interests, direct and indirect, in the Balkans? How...

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Report: Informal life of Political Parties in Western Balkan Societies

In the Western Balkans, those who seek benefits from political parties have almost six times the odds to being...

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Policy Brief: Fostering resilience in the Western Balkans

It has long been assumed that the EU would take the lead in the transformation of the Western Balkans....

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Parliament Watch: How MPs debated on the “longest constitutive session”

How Macedonian MPs debated during the constitutional session in the Parliament that followed the parliamentary elections conducted on 11...

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New issue of “Political Thought”: Political elites, citizenship and social changes

Let us present you the fifty second issue of the journal “Political Thought” published, as up to now, through...

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Policy Brief: Balkan corruption – the China connection

Macedonia had not yet fully recovered from the recent constitutional crisis when new details emerged revealing the acute governance...

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Policy brief: The Berlin Process. What worked and what did not work? And why?

The document analyzes the results of the Berlin process framework. It evaluates the progress made in terms of policies...

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Policy brief: The Future of the Berlin Process

The Berlin Process is the only high-level political venue that exclusively focuses on the six remaining non-EU Western Balkan...

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Policy brief: Fostering resilience in the Western Balkans

It has long been assumed that the EU would take the lead in the transformation of the Western Balkans....

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Call for Papers for “Political Thought”

“Political Thought” is a thematic journal on political and social issues. The International Editorial Board of the journal wishes...

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SELDI Anti-corruption Newsletter

The newsletter about the anti-corruption activities of the members of the Southeast European leadership for development and integrity is attached on...

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INFORM: Presentation of a scientific research on political clientеlism in the Balkans on a New York convention

Borjan Gjuzelov, associate researcher at IDSCS, presented the initial findings of the study “Political clientelism in the Western Balkans:...

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