Civil society organizations gathered around the initiative The Law Is Ours, together with the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, have organised a round-table discussion titled How to Improve Public Review in the Law Making Process. The comparative law paper Analysis of Public Review in the United States, Slovenia and Macedonia, including Recommendations for the [...]
The European Integration Office of the Government of Serbia announced a competition for funding and co-funding projects implemented by civil society organisations (CSOs) in the field of EU awareness raising and various aspects of Serbia’s European integration.
European Movement in Serbia published a call for “Serbia As It Could Be“ to encourage the citizens to present ideas in support of the process of reforms of the society and to provide possible solutions for Serbia as it could be in discussions with the experts. The proposals related to seven topics: economic policy, social [...]
The European Union’s DG Enlargement has launched an initiative for a consultation process with respect to the draft project fiches for the IPA Multi-Beneficiary Programme 2013 (MBIPA), as well as Tempus and Regional Housing Programme.
Technical support to the civil society organisations (TACSO) initiated drafting of the publication “Overview of networks of civil society organizations in Serbia“ and invited the civil society organizations (CSOs) in Serbia to forward information on their networks and contribute to increasing their impact, especially in the context of EU integration and regional linking. Networking and [...]
The citizens of Belgrade are to get a “Human Rights House” where organisations engaged in protection of human rights will be housed which also provide direct legal assistance to the persons whose human rights have been violated.
The Office for Cooperation with Civil Society organized the Regional Conference: Partnership for Change: Civil Society and Government Institutions of the Western Balkans and Turkey, on March 15, 2012. The representatives of Government institutions and civil society organizations of the Western Balkans and Turkey presented their respective regulatory practices aiming to improve the legislative framework [...]More »