The Peace Institute is working on a four-month program to break stereotypes about refugees and counter hate-speech arising from the current refugee situation in Europe.
CEDOS, a Ukrainian think tank, has joined the PASOS network of policy centers. CEDOS researches state policy and social processes in education, migration and urban development in order to create progressive institutions and boost citizens’ participation in decision making.
Stevo Muk, president of the managing board of Institut Alternativa and a member of the PASOS board of directors, has signed a statement that condemns political violence that erupted in Montenegro October 18.
The European Union needs to agree on a common vision of a rule-based international order that includes a role for EU engagement in major global crisis resolution and challenges, according to a set of conclusions released by event organizers at the end of the fifth Belgrade Security Forum.
The regional cooperation on display at the first “Western Balkans Dialogue” is an essential component of efforts to build a stronger and more secure region, according to a U.S. diplomat who spoke at the IDM event.
Delegates representing PASOS members attending the network’s 2015 Assembly in Tirana re-elected PASOS Board Member Borislav Mavrov, and voted for Maria Golubeva, Vladimir Bartovic, and Stevo Muk to join the network’s board of directors.
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) was honored with the 2015 PASOS Think-Tank Achievement of the Year Award for its work organizing the Belgrade Security Forum, an annual gathering jointly initiated and designed by BCSP, the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence (BFPE) and the European Movement in Serbia (EMinS), that brings together hundreds of leading experts and policymakers.