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 […]
The successful cooperation between CRPRC Studiorum and the Union of Associations of Retired Persons in Macedonia (UARPM) that commenced through the pilot research on the current conditions and retired persons’ opinions about the active and healthy aging in Macedonia, has been further strengthened and defined through a Memorandum of Understanding, signed on February 15, 2013.
The International Conference “National Human Rights Institutions and the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Macedonia and the Western Balkans” was held on 3rd and 4th of October, 2012 at the EU Info Centre. Represetnatives from national Human Rights institutions and from CSOs from the Southeast Europe region gathered to discuss legal, policy and economic aspects of the current Human Rights institutional frameworks in the countries in SEE.
On November 28, 2012, The World Justice Project (WJP) released the WJP Rule of Law Index 2012 report. This year’s report includes, for the first time, a total of 97 countries and jurisdictions. Through its Human Rights Program, Studiorum has also contributed in the preparation of this Index.
CRPRC Studiorum’s representative participated in the annual legal seminar organised by the European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-Discrimination Field and the European Network of Legal Experts in the field of Gender Equality, which took place in Brussels on the 26th of November 2012.