This year, as in the past five years, the European Antibiotics Awareness Day will be celebrated. The main activities for this year are presentation of promotional materials for awareness raising and one day training session on microbiologists for compliance with EUCAST protocols and guidelinces.
The 16th edition of its Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index (CSOSI), covering events from 2012 in CEE and Euroasia, was released. The Index has tracked the progress of the CSO sector in twenty-nine countries over the past sixteen years. It examines the overall enabling environment for civil society, focusing on the legal environment, organizational capacity, financial viability, advocacy, service provision, infrastructure, and public image.
Studiorum’s representative participated at the World Health Organization’s 63rd Regional Committee, which discussed the progress on the Health 2020 Policy Framework on health and wellbeing of citizens and communities in the European region, as well as new ways for enhancing civil society involvement in Health 2020. 20 core Indicators for monitoring the implementation of Health 2020 were presented and adopted at this Regional Committee meeting.
CRIS Studiorium, SWT Alumni Macedonia and the Youth Council of the US Embassy in Macedonia, supported by the US Embassy in Macedonia, organized the first humanitarian action as part of the project You Are Not Alone (YANA). The goal of this action was to mark 9/11, the National Day of Service and Remembrance, the day when the American president Barack Obama called the youth from the whole world to help those who need it the most.
Studiorum, Pravo Ljudski, DokuFest and MakeDox, in cooperation with the Balkan Trust for Democracy, organize the Regional Documentary Film School ACTive for the first time. Envisaged as a diverse and informal educational program, ACTive will take place in Prizren, Kosovo and will gather 16 young people with strong interest in creative documentary film.
Internews BiH and its partners in regional countries are jointly implementing the YouthLINC project which stands for Linking Innovators who Network for Change. The project aims to address widespread intolerance and discrimination as two of the major challenges in achieving stability and peace throughout the Balkans. It connects young people from six Balkan countries and provides them with the opportunity to create innovative online social platforms and develop offline community connections.
CRPRC Studiorum announces Call for papers Deadline for manuscript submission: March 21, 2013 For this issue of ‘Evrodijalog’, we encourage authors to submit articles on EU issues in the fields of law, economy, public administration, international relations, political sciences, communication, new technologies and the society, energy issue, environment, health, and all other relevant fields, giving […]
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