The percentage of Kosovars who say they trust the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX) and the EU took a sharp drop in 2015, according to the results of a Riinivest Institute poll conducted as part of a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies in Belgrade held the conference “Open Government in Serbia 2016: Where we are and what next?” A special focus of the conference was on personal data protection, which is one of the elements of Open Government.
About 41 percent of Albanians say they have witnessed acts of corruption taking place in their municipal government, according to the results of an Institute for Democracy and Mediation public survey conducted for a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
PASOS members partnering on a project to increase transparency in the Western Balkans have translated various chapters of the Open Government Guide into local languages in order to assist CSOs and officials in the region working on open government issues.
Igor Munteanu, former Moldovan ambassador to the United States, Mexico, and Canada, has been named Executive Director of the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul”, the think tank where he served in the same position from 1996-2010.
Religious groups are the most trusted institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the results of a public survey conducted as part of a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
Jelena Milić, director of the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies, has appeared on an annual media-generated list of the 200 most powerful women in Serbia.