Studirum published the book “Think Tanks in Central and Eastern Europe and the Quality of Their Policy Research” by Goran Buldioski. The book is a product of the research conducted by Goran Buldioski during his postgraduate studies. Aside from analysing the think-tanks in this region from an academic aspect, in this book Buldioski reflects on his long work with think-tanks in CEE, as Director of the Think-tank Fund of the OSI.
In his new blog post, Goran Buldioski discusses two examples of good practices for cooperation between think-tanks and CSOs. Studiorum’s cooperation with LIL on Roma habitual residents policy document is one of the two examples discussed. Buldioski is a long term researcher and observer of think-tanks, and a director of the Think-tank Fund of the OSI.
The conference “State of Social Sciences Research in the Republic of Macedonia” took place on April 14, 2011 in Skopje (Hotel Kontinental). The event managed to attract the attention and participation of many think-tanks from Macedonia, as well as of representatives from state and private universities, the Ministry of Education and Sciences, as well as independent researchers.
CRPRC Studiorum’s research team, Neda Milevska-Kostova and Enisa Eminova in cooperation with HDZR “Mesecina” – Gostivar held press conference to promote the assessment report “Romani community in the Republic of Macedonia – situation and challenges in housing and health care”, on Friday, February 29, 2008 in hotel “Holiday inn”, Skopje.
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