This publication focuses on challenges in cooperation between governments and civil societies in the Western Balkan countries in six selected areas covered by chapters 23 and 24 of the accession negotiations with the European Union: effective monitoring of the implementation of action plans and strategies; human rights issues; migration and asylum policies; the judiciary and justice system; anti-corruption policies and activities; and civic education.
The study is co-authored by 20 experts from the Western Balkans. They map the problems in each of the subject by providing the existing framework of strategies, legislation and action plans, as well as the practical dimension of civil society–government cooperation in this regard. The authors offer consolidated recommendations to both the government and civil society, and additional recommendations to the EU, the international community, donors, and other stakeholders, with the aim to enhance collaboration in each country in the particular areas.
The chapter on Serbia (pp. 124-145) was co-authored by Siniša Volarević (Group 484), Bojan Elek (Belgrade Centre for Security Policy) and our very own Nenad Bosiljčić and Marko Savković.
The publication may be downloaded for free in EPUB, MOBI and PDF formats from the links below.
|Civil Society in the EU Integration of the Western Balkans (3822 KB)|
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|Civil Society in the EU Integration of the Western Balkans (5227 KB)|