2018 Annual Report
2018 was another successful year for the European Policy Centre (CEP), marked by accomplishments in all areas of the organisation’s work, and by the enhancement of its organisational capacities. In fact, as a result of its continued positive development, CEP was named the best think tank in the Western Balkan region in 2018 in the rankings of a prominent American programme of the University of Pennsylvania (Go To Think Tanks Index), and ninth among think tanks in Central and Eastern Europe.
This report summarises the most significant results achieved in 2018 in CEP’s four programme areas.
2017 Annual Report
Overall, 2017 was another successful year for CEP, as the organisation continued to grow and to improve and strengthen its internal organisation and capacities. In 2017, CEP’s greatest achievement was in increasing the outreach of its publications and visibility in the media and public spheres, with greater influence on policymakers and civil society in Serbia.
This report summarises the most significant results achieved in 2017 in CEP’s four programme areas.
Looking back: CEP in 2017
2016 marked another successful year for the European Policy Centre (CEP). In 2016, CEP continued to develop and grow in terms of the size of its staff, number of publications produced, and number and size of projects designed and implemented. CEP’s influence on policymaking in Serbia also increased. Our experts participated in the work of the government’s inter-Ministerial Working Group for monitoring the implementation of public administration reform in Serbia. Our publications were widely distributed and our policy recommendations discussed by decision-makers.
This report summarises the most significant results achieved in 2016 in CEP’s four programme areas.