CRPRC Studiorum is taking part in the activities within the frame of 2010 – European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion. The project “Cooperation for Poverty Reduction” (COPORE) aims at drawing the attention to health inequalities, related to disadvantaged groups, and aims to develop new competences and approaches in higher education focusing on affordable health care, health literacy and empowerment of the client and their community.
In order to mark the date, December 9, the civil society organization European Link Center from Gostivar together with Municipality Gostivar and UNDP office in Macedonia organized a public debate within the frameworks of the municipality. CRPCR Studiorum was invited to present its activities within the area of decentralization, including the analysis of Macedonian local […]
03 December 2009, 11:00h, EU Info Centre, Skopje The Centre for Regional Policy Research and Coopration Studiorum (CRPRC Studiorum) with the support of the Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA) implemented the second cycle of Pilot Training on Active Citizenship in Macedonia. This training aimed to enhance the capacity and knowledge on active citizenship in […]
CRPRC Studiorum was invited to attend the 12th meeting of the Program “Working Together” organized the Partners Foundation for Local Development – FPDL, Romania. The meeting was also an evaluation of the PAP program for 2009 in which Studiorum took participation. The objectives of the meeting were for the PAP network members to: Share information […]
CRPRC Studiorum in cooperation with FPDL “Partners Foundation for Local Development”, Romania and UNDP mission in Macedonia organized one-day conference “Fighting Corruption to Improve Governance: Curing and Preventing Corruption by Reforming Local Government Organizations”. The conference took place on October 15, 2009 in Skopje.
Patients Rights: A growing European concern and framework for action Chairperson: Antonio Gaudioso: Deputy Secretary Cittadinanzattiva Opening remarks Mrs. ANDROULLA VASSILIOU: European Commissioner for Health Mr. GRAHAM WATSON: Leader of ALDE group The European Patients’ Rights Day: a citizens’ initiative MELODY ROSS: Director, Active Citizenship Network Patients Rights: a growing European concern and framework for action STEFANIA KAPRONCZAY – Head of Patients’ Rights […]
Two and a half years after the European Commission licensed the first vaccine against the Human papillomavirus (HPV), the cause of cervical cancer, only 15 European countries have implemented national vaccination programs. This was one of the main findings reported at the 3rd Cervical Cancer Summit Meeting at the European Parliament in Brussels on 21 January, part of European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 2009 (18-24 January).