Tag: The Monitoring Center CEMI
PASOS and seven members of the network have launched a two-year project to encourage governments in the Western Balkans to become more transparent. The EU-funded project targets governments in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia.
The Monitoring Center – CEMI has joined a group of Montenegrin NGOs supporting a parliamentary investigation into the 2005 privatization of the country’s primary telecom company, a sale that has sparked a major corruption scandal.
This roundup of news items from members of the PASOS network includes briefs from the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, the Center for Social and Economic Research, and The Monitoring Center CEMI.
The Monitoring Center – CEMI has added its name to a list of civil society groups and other NGOs that are refusing to participate in a state-sponsored international human-rights conference being held in Montenegro in September.
http://www.pasos.org News Source: PASOS Secretariat, Prague, Czech Republic The PASOS network of think-tanks now extends to 41 members (34 full members and seven associate members) across 26 countries in Europe and Central Asia. The Monitoring Center CEMI is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation founded in March 2000, with the main goal of providing infrastructural and expert [...]