Public consultations and policymaking in Serbia
Public consultation is the process employed to involve the public and stakeholders in policymaking. The core values of this process are participation and transparency – in a process open to the public, the competent authorities, together with the target groups and stakeholders, come to policy solutions and define the desired change.
What do the citizens of Serbia say about their experiences with local governments?
This research was conducted in the period June – November 2021, in 17 cities and municipalities in Serbia and online throughout Serbia through the portal www.pratimja.rs, on a total sample of 5024 surveyed citizens of Serbia. The research was conducted within the project “Monitoring public administration towards better local governance – Pratim JA”.
Monitoring Anticorruption Policy Implementation (MACPI): Training manual
The MACPI methodology was initially developed by the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) and University of Trento in 2014-2015 with the support of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Home Affairs.
Analyzing Public Procurement Risks: Training manual
The main purpose of the manual is to introduce how data analytics can encourage good governance practices by highlighting the weaknesses of public procurement systems and by supporting independent corruption risk research.
State Capture Assessment Diagnostics at Sectoral Level: Training manual
State capture is a combination of different forms of corruption which have a single objective: to secure wholesale and long-term privileges to captors by exploiting the power of governments for private benefit.
Breaking down Serbia’s 2022 Constitutional Amendments
On November 30, 2021, the President of the National Assembly, Ivica Dačić, announced a referendum on the confirmation of the Draft Amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia for January 16, 2022.
(Non)transparency as a mirror of (ir)responsibility
Good governance implies governance that focuses on citizens, their well-being and satisfaction. One of the main attributes of good governance is transparency in the work of institutions and the decision-making process, in order to provide the public with timely information about activities and decisions that may have an impact on everyday life.
National PAR Monitor – Serbia
This PAR Monitor report, produced by the WeBER project, provides detailed monitoring results and recommendations for Serbia, based on a comprehensive, year-long research focused on PAR.
Western Balkan PAR Monitor 2019/2020
The PAR Monitor 2019/2020 is the result of monitoring work performed in 2020 by the members of the Think for Europe Network, and it represents a compilation report of key findings from across the Western Balkans in the six areas of PAR defined by the Principles of Public Administration (SIGMA principles).
Do new circumstances change routines?
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak on citizens’ usage of electronic access to administrative services has been limited in the Western Balkans.