Milena Lazarević on the show “In the Spotlight”
February 14, 2018 – How does Serbia use money from pre-accession funds of the European Union? How serious is the problem of civil servants, experts in this field, leaving the civil service? Milena Lazarević, CEP Programme Director, talked about this topic in Radio Belgrade 1 radio show.
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Experience Exchange in Opening of Public Sector Data
In order to raise the capacities of the Republic of Serbia in the field of public sector data opening, on February 28, 2018, the conference “Exchange of experiences in opening of public sector data” will be held.
The Strategy showed increased Brussels’ focus on the Western Balkans
January 08, 2018 – The new EU Strategy for the Western Balkans show increase Brussels’ focus on this region, which is important for progress, peace and stability, participants in the conference “Strategy for the Western Balkans – Opening the Road to EU Accession” agree.READ MORE (in Serbian)
The EU Enlargement Strategy is “a good signal for citizens, leaders and investors”
February 7, 2018 – The new EU Enlargement Strategy presented yesterday in the European Commission is a powerful positive signal that confirms the EU’s intention to devote more comprehensive attention to our region in the coming period, analyse European Policy Centre (CEP).READ MORE (in Serbian)
Majstorović about Strategy: The ball is in our court
February 6, 2018 – The EU Strategy for the Western Balkans adopted today is very important because this is the first time that enlargement is put on the EU agenda, and the important messages are sent to four addresses, Srđan Majstorović from the European Policy Centre – CEP on the N1 television.
Citizens are not well informed about what is funded from European funds
January 24, 2018 – Although the results of the recently conducted survey of the Ministry of European Integration showed that 52 percent of citizens in the referendum would vote for Serbia’s membership in the EU, from the European Policy Centre – CEP say that the results showed that citizens are not aware of the benefits Serbia has from Union, reports Kurir.READ MORE (in Serbian)
Public Administration and e-documents in BiH, Croatia and Serbia
January 22, 2018 – How good is the provision of public services in BiH, Croatia and Serbia? Are there differences when it comes to quality of this process? Our Researcher and Public Service Expert Katarina Tadić has analysed the situation in our country for Aljazeera Balkans.READ MORE (in Serbian)
Both Belgrade and Pristina are losers when people lose their lives
January 28, 2018 – “When Belgrade and Pristina cannot agree on the ground, you have great insecurity for the citizens. It is necessary to speed up the dialogue and find ways of better cooperation between the police, on both sides. Losers are both Belgrade and Pristina when people lose their lives. People feel insecure, thinking of leaving the home, and of national interest is to keep up the dialogue and be wise in the process”, said Srđan Majstorovic, President of the CEP Governing Board on the N1 television.
Event announcement: Think tanks in policymaking
January 30, 2018 – CEP organises the Final conference of the Project “Raising capacities and advocacy potential: Towards more substantive involvement of CSO of Visegrad group and WB countries”, financed with the support of International Visegrad Fund. The conference is named Think tanks in policymaking: Challenges and impact in Southeast Europe.READ MORE (in Serbian)
Sofia could accelerate Serbia’s EU accession process
January 08, 2018 – Our Programme Manager and Senior Researcher, Sena Marić, talked for Danas Newspaper about Bulgarian Presidency and its effect on Serbia’s EU accession process.READ MORE (in Serbian)