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Debating Serbia’s European future: the voice of civil society in decision making

The European Institute Foundation, in partnership with the Institute of International Politics and Economics, Serbia launched the project “Debating Serbia’s European future: the voice of civil society in decision making” under Strengthening Serbia-EU Civil Society Dialogue Project, funded by the EU (http://www.dijalog.org.rs).
The main objective of the project is to involve the civil society organisations of Serbia into public debate over the EU integration process of the country and improve their capacity to influence the formulation of public policy and decision making at local, national and international level through meaningful dialogue and advocacy.
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Fight against corruption and organised crime in the EU integration process
Debate in Vranje: Fight against corruption and organised crime in the EU integration process
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *Fight against corruption and organised crime in the EU integration process; *Affirmation and respect of human ri ...
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Legislative reform and the acquis communautaire
Debate in Novi Sad: Legislative reform and the acquis communautaire
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *Legislative reform and harmonisation with the _acquis_; *EU environment protection policies. Here you can see t ...
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Agricultural Policies and Quotas for EU
Debate in Zrenjanin: Agricultural Policies and Quotas for EU
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *The EU Common Agricultural Policy and Rural Development; *Regional Development and Decentralization. Here you c ...
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EU membership: costs and benefits
Debate in Novi Pazar: EU membership: costs and benefits
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *Human Rights – Improving Position of Women; Social Policies; *Youth policies. Agenda ...
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EU membership: costs and benefits
Debate in Čačak: EU membership: costs and benefits
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *Fight against corruption and organised crime in the EU integration process; *Religious, national culture and he ...
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Good governance
Debate in Belgrade: The process of negotiations towards EU accession
The debate will be preceeded by info session where other topics will be discussed too: *General (benefits and challenges to EU membership); *Good governance; *Reform of the judiciary. Online forums will be running on each topic. Feel free to post your ...
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News
Serbian Government Must Work Fast
/18-02-2011/
Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert said that the Government must work fast, as there was a very limited time frame left until 12 October when the Commission is expected to give its Opinion on Serbia’s candidate status. “We hope ...
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EU Invests €10.5 Million in TV Digitalisation in Serbia
/05-02-2011/
The European Union will invest a €10.5 million grant for the project of TV digitalisation in Serbia. The Project, worth €12 million in total, was presented by the Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert and Serbian Minister of Telecom ...
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Info Sessions for Representatives of Civil Society
/05-01-2011/
The Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Serbia and the Support to Civil Society project are cordially inviting media and civil society organizations' representatives to take part at the Call's info sessions that will be held in Bel ...
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Kosovo status: Moscow to use its veto
/24-04-2007/
According to Russian reports, Moscow has threatened to veto in the UN Security Council a plan to give Kosovo a form of supervised independence. Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov said the proposals would "not get through" the council without the supp ...
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Balkan leaders meet to discuss common energy strategy
/22-04-2007/
The leaders of seven countries in Southeast Europe gathered in Ohrid on Friday (April 20th) to draft a common energy strategy for the region, which is plagued by power shortages. The presidents agreed they should pursue renewable energy opportunities, as ...
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Analyze
Speech by Olli Rehn: The European perspective for the Western Balkans
/23-01-2007/
Mr Olli Rehn EU Commissioner for Enlargement The European perspective for the Western Balkans Western Balkans Panel at the International Conference Hall organised by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Rome, 16 January 2007 Minister D'Alema, Your Exce ...
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Albania and EU - Perceptions & Realities 2006
/09-01-2007/
We would like to thank you to our Albanian collegues from the Albanian Institute for International Studies to give us the opportunity to publish the link to this paper ...
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New EU "consensus" over enlargement highly fragile
/16-12-2006/
 EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - The new "consensus" on enlargement agreed by EU leaders constitutes a delicate compromise between pro-enlargement member states and those weary of further expansion, with political rifts set to re-emerge soon over Turkey and the B ...
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Contact Group Postpones Plan for Kosovo
/14-11-2006/
With Russia pulling one way and the West another, agreement at big power summit has been postponed. By Jeta Xharra in New York and Krenar Gashi in Pristina (Balkan Insight, 10 Nov 06) Representatives of the world's most powerful states met Martti Ahtisa ...
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Corruption still runs high in SEE countries
/08-11-2006/
All Southeast European countries, except for Cyprus, fall in a group of more than 110 world nations with serious corruption problems, Transparency International said in an annual survey published on Monday. Cyprus, which joined the EU in 2004, is the onl ...
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