Daily press “Pobjeda” has published an article “Common foreign and security policy: Montenegro is obliged to comply with EU law” written by ISSP Analyst Ivan Jovetic. You can read the article here.
Daily press “Pobjeda” has published an article “Why NATO is the foundation of european security and defence: The biggest threat to Balkans is itself” written by ISSP Analyst Ivan Jovetic. You can read the article here.
Tekst: ISSP researcher Andjelija Babic has participated as a panelist in the conference regading “Natural resources as a basis of the future sustainable development of the municipality of Ulcinj”. The conference was organized by the Municipality of Ulcinj and NGO Green step on 23 of December 2013 and it was a chance to discuss the topics relevant to Ulcinj future development.
Two representatives of ISSP has attended the final Think and Link seminar “Developing effective strategies & communication tools for policy advocacy” as an end of the cycle of the 2013 Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme was held in Belgrade (December 7-8) in the Hotel Park. The seminar brought together 14 European Fund for the Balkans THINK and LINK programme grantees which were participating in the 2-day training conducted by Eóin Young and Lucian Ciolan from the International Centre for Policy Advocacy (ICPA). The workshop was aimed at building the strategic capacity of participants to design a targeted and Continue Reading
Third International Conference on Climate change, economic development and people (CCEDEP) was held on Friday, 12/06/2013 at the University Donja Gorica, UDG. CCEDEP was organized by the Faculty of Food Technology, Food Safety and Ecology, UDG and Alliance and the University of Central and Eastern Europe and brought together researchers from Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Montenegro. The representatives of ISSP participated in the conference. The conference was attended by a large number of representatives of different institutions and organizations, who have had the opportunity not only to hear the results of research projects, but also to exchange opinions and ideas with Continue Reading
Within the project Mapping Of “VET Policies And Practices For Social Inclusion And Social Cohesion In The Western Balkans” two representatives of ISSP have attended the workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel on 11-13 November of 2013. The workshop and study visit was part of a consultative process with key stakeholders from the participating countries to support enhanced regional cooperation in the area of inclusive education and training.
The second Balkan Venture Forum under the VIBE project has been held in Tirana on 14 and 15 of November. ISSP is one of the partner institution in this regional project. Here you can find Press Release from Balkan Venture Forum Tirana
The representative of ISSP, Jadranka Kaludjerovic, participated in the regional conference “Embracing Diversity through Education” that was held in Tirana, Albania on 6 and 7 November 2013. The confrence was organized by Education Department of the Directorate General of Democracy of the Council of Europe. The activity is being organised within the framework of the Joint European Union and Council of Europe Project “Regional Support for Inclusive Education”, the purpose of which is to promote the concept of inclusive education as well as relevant policies and practices of inclusive education in the formal education system at pre-university level in South East Europe. Continue Reading
On November 14 and 15, Balkan Venture Forum will be held in Tirana. The Balkan Venture Forum is a leading regional investment and innovation forum. It showcases innovative companies to active investors and promotes innovation, entrepreneurship, investment readiness and access to finance in the Balkans. We invite all the interested start-ups to apply for the largest investment forum in the region before 20. October. Find more information here: http://www.balkanventureforum.org/ Apply here: http://www.e-unlimited.com/register/register.aspx?events_id=496
On 27. of September 2013, ISSP representatives have presented the results of the project “Mapping of VET educational policies and practices for social inclusion and social cohesion“ that was conducted in Montenegro and 8 other countries (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Turkey and Israel). The project was realized by the LSE Entreprise with the support of ETF-a, while the research in Montenegro was conducted by the ISSP researchers. The presentation was attended by the represenatives of Ministry of Education of Montenegro, VET Center, Chamber of Commerce, VET high schools, universities, as well as the researchers from LSE and ISSP. The Continue Reading