The level of trust citizens of the Western Balkans have in national and international institutions generally dropped in 2015, with the most drastic declines seen in scandal-plagued Macedonia, according to the results of polling conducted for a PASOS project on open government.
National and international military institutions are generally the most-trusted groups in the Western Balkans, according to polling conducted as part of a PASOS project on open government.
With research led and coordinated by the Peace Institute, this book attempt to address obstacles to a democratic development of media systems in the countries of South East Europe by mapping patterns of corrupt relations and practices in media policy development, media ownership and financing, public service broadcasting, and journalism as a profession.
The Center for Research and Policy Making is organizing this three-day event in Skope June 6-8. The Skopje Forum is designed to bring together leading intellectuals, academics and opinion makers from the Balkan region with their counterparts from Europe, to discuss the state of affairs and the future of the development of liberal democracy, capitalism and Europe as a whole.
PASOS poll: Citizens of six Balkan countries identify political parties as least trusted institutions
Citizens of six Balkan countries say that political parties are the least trusted institutions in their respective countries, according to the results of surveys conducted for a PASOS project.
Azerbaijan’s endorsement of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline project will increase European energy security, but will not weaken Russia’s monopoly zone in Central and Eastern Europe, according to the Center for Economic and Social Development.
Fellows of the Southeast Europe and the EU – Leadership Development Programme have announced a call for essays on the subject of the labor market for women in the Balkans. Deadline to submit entries is 31 December 2012.