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    IFAT and IDSCS co-organised a study visit in Budapest, part of the Think Balkans project

      As part of the ‘Cooperation Instrument for the Western Balkans Think Tanks – THINK BALKANS’ project, between 8 and 12 November in Budapest, IFAT – Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and IDSCS – Institute for Democracy “Societas...

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    EUROPEUM and IDSCS co-organised a study visit in Prague as part of Think Balkans project

      As part of the ‘Cooperation Instrument for the Western Balkans Think Tanks – THINK BALKANS’ project, between 2 and 6 November in Prague, EUROPEUM – Institute for European Policy and Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” Skopje coordinated the...

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    Video: How restructured supply chains can help both EU and the Western Balkans?

    What if European companies diversify their supply base and move part of the production plants to the Western Balkans? Check out our new video and see how restructured supply chains can help both the European Union and the Western...

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    IDSCS and RCC co-organised a conference on benefits of diversification of European supply chains to the Western Balkans

    The Institute for Democracy and the Regional Cooperation Council yesterday co-organised the international online conference “Time to move to the Western Balkans: How diversification of supply chains can benefit EU resilience”, supported by the Center for International Private Enterprise...

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    IDSCS and DGAP co-organised the conference reflecting on the German Council Presidency

    The Institute for Democracy in cooperation with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) today co-organised virtual event titled “The German Council Presidency: Reflections from inside and outside the EU” where the participants reflected on the expectations, successes and...

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    Video: Comparative overview of the Parliaments in anti-corruption oversight in the Western Balkans

    The Institute for Democracy prepared a comparative analysis showcasing the practices in which the Parliaments exercise oversight over anti-corruption institutions in North Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia. Despite the varieties in different countries, the Parliaments...

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    The impact of Covid-19 on governance and democratic oversight: The cases of Albania, Kosovo, and North Macedonia

    The Covid-19 pandemic has severely affected the Western Balkans. Not only have the health and well-being of citizens been (and still are) under threat, but young democratic institutions have also been put to the test. Government action to fight...

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    Parliamentary oversight over the anti-corruption institutions: analyses of practices in the Western Balkans

    The Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje in cooperation with partners from the Western Balkans region, prepared five policy briefs that analyze the forms of parliamentary oversight over the anti-corruption institutions in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro,...

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    Institute for Democracy’s reaction on the outcome of the 2020 EU-Western Balkans Summit in Zagreb

    Amidst the uncertainty and upheaval of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, heads of states and governments from EU member states and the Western Balkans six countries met virtually on May 6th, 2020 for an online Western Balkan Summit co-hosted by...

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    The publication “Regional cooperation in the Western Balkans – is there a civil society pillar?” presented in Sarajevo

    The Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” Skopje, on behalf of the Southeast European Think Net Network (SEE Think Net), in cooperation with the Regional Cooperation Council, hosted an event aimed at promoting the newest policy paper of SEE Think...