Tag: Western Balkans
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.
What about the women? Understanding and Addressing the Problem of ISIS Female Recruitment in the Western Balkans
This Belgrade Centre for Security Policy paper aims to bring attention to an oft-neglected security problem in the Western Balkans: women being recruited by and migrating to the Islamic State.
This EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy paper assesses the current state of play in the process of EU enlargement in the Western Balkans.
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.
How is current migrant crisis affecting international relations in the Western Balkans? Marko Stojić, a EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy analyst, tackles the issue in a blog post written for Hospodářské noviny, a leading Czech daily newspaper.
Open Government, Engaged Citizens: A Learn and Show Initiative to Make Open Government Partnership Work
Organized by the Institute for Democracy and Mediation, the first “Western Balkans OGP Dialogue” in September is expected to draw hundreds of international participants for a two-day event focusing on effective initiatives to further open government in the region.
The Center for Research and Policy and the Center for Monitoring and Research are among seven organizations chosen to take in the 2015 edition of a European Fund for the Balkans program to support evidence-based research by NGOs in the Western Balkans.