As part of its initiatives for advancing international and national Human Rights standards and for promoting and advancing equality and non-discrimination, CRPRC Studiorum publishes the Series of case comments and reviews on important Human Rights developments at the global level, as well as of important developments directly related to Macedonia (for example, recommendations of Human […]
WHO Regional Office for Europe in collaboration with the WHO Collaborating Center on Vulnerability and Health at the Department of Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Public Health, University of Debrecen Debrecen, Hungary organized a three day event titled ”Central Eastern European Networking Event of Researchers on Roma Health and Policy” June 1-3, 2016. The event provided […]
Press release Washington, D.C. – The Civil Society Organization (CSO) sectors in the twenty-nine countries covered in the CSO Sustainability Index for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia continue to be highly diverse. On one end of the spectrum is Estonia, which records the highest level of sustainability of any country measured in all the […]
This year’s presentation of the 17th edition of the Civil Society Organisation Sustainability Index (CSOSI) for Europe and Eurasia, released by USAID was organized by Studiorum and the Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation within the meeting of the Platform for anti-corruption and good governance. According to the CSOSI 2013 Report, civil society organizations in Europe […]
LGBTQ persons have been victims of discrimination and violence across the globe. In Central and Eastern Europe, the progression of rights for LGBTQ persons has not had the same success as in other parts of the world. Kristefer Stojanovski, US Fulbright Fellow, undertook a research project on the influences of society and politics on the […]
The Center for Regional Policy Research and Cooperation “Studiorum” organizes a Conference “Business and Human Rights” on the 12th of May, 12.30-15.30h at the University American College – Skopje in Skopje.
Studiorum participated in the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’ consultations on the first two Draft General Comments on the Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.