Tag: Institut Alternativa

 

The Citizen’s Opinion of Police Force in the Western BalkansThe Citizen’s Opinion of Police Force in the Western Balkans

September 20, 2016

Although more than half the citizens of the Western Balkans have confidence in the police, the institution is simultaneously also considered deeply corrupt, according to this POINTPULSE report.

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Institut Alternativa joins boycott against Montenegrin government's NGO councilInstitut Alternativa joins boycott against Montenegrin government’s NGO council

September 13, 2016

Institut Alternativa has joined 10 other Montenegrin NGOs have boycotted a meeting of the government’s NGO council, charging it has undermined the work of the civil society groups that are members of the council.

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Institut Alternativa board president joins statement condemning political violence in MontenegroInstitut Alternativa board president joins statement condemning political violence in Montenegro

October 20, 2015

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.

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BCSP defends polling data in wake of government spokeswoman's attack on findingsBCSP defends polling data in wake of government spokeswoman’s attack on findings

August 26, 2015

The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy is standing by the results of polling data showing that most Serbs believe their police forces are corrupt, after a governmental spokeswoman called into question the validity of the study.

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Poll: Police in Western Balkans exist to serve politicians, other elitesPoll: Police in Western Balkans exist to serve politicians, other elites

August 14, 2015

A strong majority of citizens of the Western Balkans believes that their police forces exist to serve the interests of political parties and other elites, according to the results of a study conducted as part of a regional anticorruption project involving two PASOS members.

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Ethics and public administration: Principles with no supportEthics and public administration: Principles with no support

April 17, 2015

In spite of the fact that Montenegro has established codes of ethics for local and national civil servants and state employees, the mechanisms that would ensure their efficient application are lacking, according to this Institut Alternativa report.

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PASOS members join project to improve police integrity in Western BalkansPASOS members join project to improve police integrity in Western Balkans

March 3, 2015

Two members of the PASOS network are part of a group of NGOs that have launched a project to combat police corruption in the Western Balkans.

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