PASOS and seven members of the network have launched a two-year project to encourage governments in the Western Balkans to become more transparent.
Ignoring demands from Kyiv city officials that they not display a group of political cartoons in public, members of the Institute for World Policy (IWP) held an exhibition of the images on May 18, the day Ukraine marks Europe Day.
An increasing number of people in the Western Balkans turn to independent state institutions for protection from members of the security sector who abuse their powers, according to panelists at an April 17 conference organized by the Belgrade Center for Security Policy.
NGOs need to improve how to they communicate with governments if they want policymakers to prioritize gender equality issues, according to governmental representatives who attended the Regional Dialogue on Gender and Security, an April 25-26 conference organized by the Belgrade Center for Security Policy, the Center for Research and Policy Making, and the Institute for Democracy and Mediation.
Experts at the Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD) estimate that the amount of remittances sent from Russia to Azerbaijan is much higher than that reported by official sources.
Europe Without Barriers and PASOS are pleased to invite you to a public discussion and photo exhibit on May 16, 2013, in Prague on the subject of “EU Visa Policy in Eastern Europe and What Neighbors Can Do: The case of the Czech Republic.”
Analysts from the Institute for Public Affairs contributed to a comprehensive analytic study on potential and weaknesses of liberal parties in Central European countries that was published in April by the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe.