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  • Towards a Smart Staff Retention Policy for the Sustainable EU Integration of Serbia

    Adequate administrative capacities are one of the crucial preconditions for a successful and sustainable membership of Serbia in the EU. However, experienced employees have been increasingly leaving their public administration jobs due to inadequate work conditions.

    Authors: Milena Lazarević | Dragana Bajić | Katarina Kosmina

    Gender Parity and Decision-Making in the Serbian Public Administraton

    The lack of gender parity in managerial positions in both the private and public sectors in almost all European countries indicates the persistence of a range of structural, legal, and social barriers which continue to negatively affect women’s promotion and participation in positions of power.

    Authors: Katarina Kosmina | Katarina Tadić

    Visegrad Bloc and the EU’s Future

    Despite a considerably assertive and costly media campaign, the Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban did not manage to convince the majority of Hungary’s citizens that the issue of migrants/refugees is the most critical “for their own future and the future of Europe”.

    Authors: Sena Marić | Katarina Kosmina

    Demanding Open Data in Serbia

    This study deals with open data demand created by civil society organisations (CSOs) in the context of the limited supply of open data in Serbia.

    Authors: Katarina Kosmina

    Dutch EU Presidency

    Starting from 1 January 2016, the Netherlands took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from Luxembourg which held it for the second half of 2015.

    Authors: Milena Lazarević | Sena Marić | Katarina Kosmina | Lana Radovanović

    Lessons Not Learned Commentary on the EU’s 17-Point Plan and Its Alternative

    As the massive refugee influx continues to grow, the European Union is attempting and failing to find effective solutions.

    Authors: Katarina Kosmina | Lana Radovanović

    Handling the Refugee Influx

    When speaking about the refugees currently arriving to Europe, it is rather difficult to focus on one relevant dimension: the legal framework, border policy, and political discourse all converge to affect both how we speak and act on the issues arising from the mass influx of refugees on the territory of the European Union (EU).

    Authors: Katarina Kosmina | Lana Radovanović
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