International negotiators seeking a solution to the Transnistrian conflict should increase the participation of civil society in the process, according to this Institute for World Policy policy brief.
Poles have an ambivalent view of their country’s membership in the European Union, with nearly half holding a neutral opinion on the matter, according to the results of a survey commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs in Warsaw.
This report presents the results of a needs assessment analysis of Roma and Egyptian populations in Montenegro, and their knowledge and attitudes on the EU integration process and the EU itself. The research was conducted by Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, Humanitarian, and the Centre for Roma Initiatives.
This Belgrade Centre for Security Policy paper aims to assist stakeholders in the Brussels Agreement to work effectively toward a positive outcome in northern Kosovo, and to prepare for contingencies.
The process of transforming civil society involvement in decision-making and EU accession into a meaningful mechanism that serves to improve capacities of societal actors and citizen driven reforms does not seem yet to reflect on past mistakes, according to this IDM policy brief.
The purpose of this study, commissioned as part of a PASOS project, is to present short baseline conclusions on EU new member states’ level of integration and engagement in EU decisionmaking.
The Impact of Socio-Ecological Transition on Employment Structure and Patterns in the Context of (Non) Rural Regions
This publication from CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research explores EU employment patterns and makes recommendations on helping people transition to new jobs.