Building Capacities for Balkan Youth Lobbying

Duration:  Sunday, 1 January, 2006 to Sunday, 31 December, 2006 Project Description:  Partners: Forum for Ethnic Relations (Belgrade), Center for Research and Policy-Making (Skopje), The Monitoring Center (Podgorica), Kosova Youth Network (Prishtina) Area: Albania, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Macedonia Donor: Open Society Network (SOROS) The Balkan Youth Initiative network that …

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Addressing the Challenges for Paving the Future to Regional Confidence Building

Duration:  Monday, 1 March, 2004 to Saturday, 30 April, 2005 Partners: Forum for Ethnic Relation (Belgrade), Kosovo Action for Civil Initiative (Kosovo/UNMIK), Centre for Tolerance and Dialogue (Podgorica) and Euro-Balkan Institute (Skopje) Area: Albania, Kosovo/UNMIK, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia Donor: Balkan Trust for Democracy, Kosovo Foundation for Open Society Project Description: Young …

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Albania and Macedonia toward Better Understanding and Recognition

Duration:  Wednesday, 1 May, 2002 to Friday, 28 February, 2003 Partner: Euro-Balkan Institute (EBI) – Skopje Area: Albania, Macedonia Donor: Freedom House/USAID Project Description: After a period of mistrust between Macedonia and Albania during the year 2001, this was the first time that public personalities from both countries – politicians, members …

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Increasing the Accountability of Members of Parliament

Duration: 1 January, 2003 to  31 December, 2003 Area: Albania Donor: Westminster Foundation for Democracy, UK Project Description: Efforts to build models for accountable representation and constitutional role of the Member of Parliament still constitute a challenge for building citizens’ trust in country’s political establishment. The project addressed the issue of …

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Social Welfare – A challenge of our times

Conference – Tirana, November 2001  This one-day conference aimed at encouraging and strengthening faith-based groups in assisting the revitalization of values that which motivate social and civil action. Participants were leaders of religious communities, representatives of State Committee on Cults, representatives of the political parties, members of parliament, members of …

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