The PASOS Think-Tanks Awards
The PASOS Think-Tank Awards commend the work and achievements of organizations that demonstrate outstanding work to promote the values and goals of PASOS in promoting and protecting democracy, human rights and open society values – including the rule of law, good governance, and economic and social development.
The annual Awards are given in two categories: Achievement of the Year and Best Policy Publication of the Year. The winners are announced at the association’s annual international policymakers conference.
The awards are open to PASOS Members and Associate Members. The members and PASOS Board members can submit nominations, including self-nominations in the case of Members and Associate Members, for any or all categories.
The winner are selected by a jury of leading experts from the international think-tank world and experienced policymakers with a knowledge of the policy challenges facing young and aspiring democracies in Europe and Central Asia.
PASOS Think-Tank Awards
“Perspectives of Women in Rural Areas,” a report by the Center for Research and Policy Making in Macedonia, was named the winner of the 2013 PASOS Think-Tank Publication of the Year Award.
The Policy Association for an Open Society is seeking nominations for the PASOS Think-Tank Awards 2013. Deadline for submissions is 6 September 2013.
The Peace Institute was awarded the PASOS Think-Tank Achievement Award 2012 today, in recognition for their work on behalf of thousands of people stripped of their legal status after the breakup of Yugoslavia, a project that has yielded a victory in the European Court of Human Rights,
Morning After: Life without Supervision, an in-depth study of Kosovo’s compliance with the terms of the Ahtisaari plan published by Forum 2015 was awarded the PASOS Think-Tank Publication of the Year Award 2012 today.
The Policy Association for an Open Society (PASOS) has opened a calls for nominations for the PASOS Think-Tank Awards 2012. The awards recognize outstanding think-tanks in young and aspiring democracies in Europe and Central Asia, and publicize the importance of what they do.
Non-governmental organizations in at least four former Soviet states are excluded at key points in the European Union’s planning and execution of economic aid programs, according to the Kyiv policy center study that was honored with the 2010 PASOS Think-Tank Award in Berlin today.