WHO ARE WE?

European Movement in Serbia was established in 1992 with a mission of advocating peaceful, democratic nad full European integration of modern Serbia.

We are a project-funded and membership-based organisation that continues to expand and bring together pro-European individuals and organisations dedicated to European values.

WHAT WE DO?

>> Policy research, advocacy, campaigns and public events, aimed at initiating, promoting and representing the European integration process and importance of quality political, economic and social reforms in Serbia and spreading democratic principles and values.

>> Education & trainings, mentoring and international exchanges for different target groups.

>> Capacity building for public and local institutions, CSOs and media.

>> Initiating and engaging in national, regional and international networks.

SERBIA IN EUROPE, EUROPE IN SERBIA

Our projects and activities support the building of capacities for European integration of the society as a whole.

   + Public officials and servants
   + Independent and regulatory bodies
   + National bodies and local self-governments
   + Civil society organizations    + Media
   + SMEs and social entrepreneurs
   + Youth and students
   + Women
   + Farmers

Active projects

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Serbia Post Corona

By | September 1st, 2020|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , |

The year 2020 will be remembered as the year of the most serious global pandemic since Spanish flew in 1918/1920 and the most serious crisis since the World War II. We are yet to see the full size of the pandemic and how many thousands of lives will be lost by this global threat to [...]

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EU Talks 2.0

By | August 31st, 2020|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , , |

There is a common opinion that neither in the Western Balkans nor in the EU institutions and Member States sufficient efforts has been invested in increasing knowledge about each other, improving mutual perceptions, and facilitating adoption of EU values, norms, policies and standards to the benefit of citizens and the enlargement process. A diagnosis was [...]

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Enlargement Monitor

By | August 31st, 2020|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , , , |

With the adoption of the Communication on Enlargement in February 2018, the Commission envisaged a substantial change of approach towards the Western Balkans. Six initiatives have been defined to help meet the membership criteria. It soon turned out that EU members were not ready to accept the EC's approach. Negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania [...]

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Regional Green Youth Charter

By | May 19th, 2020|Categories: Active projects, Youth Forum|Tags: , , , , , |

The climate change is the most important issue of our time, and its repercussions are already in effect globally, including the Western Balkans region. Unless we manage to change our way of living, primarily our approach to energy production and consumption, we will jeopardize the future of our societies. The Paris Agreement seeks to limit [...]

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United by Diversity

By | January 24th, 2020|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , |

Absence of contact with peers from different cultural backgrounds within Serbia contributes to lack of knowledge among youth on cultural diversity and interculturalism. Over 40% of youth in Serbia says the fact they are Serbian fully describes their identity, while one fifth thinks loss of identity is an inevitable consequence of EU membership. This shows [...]

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European Integration of the WB: Making a Realistic Perspective out of a Shifting Target

By | June 19th, 2019|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , , |

Western Balkans region faces number of difficulties when it comes to the EU integration process and internal political dynamics seem to make situation even more difficult. Brexit and EU elections represent the biggest threat to the enlargement process, which is already at the backstage for many EU decision makers. Prior to the EU elections, EU [...]

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Joint Centre for Albania-Serbia Relations

By | January 25th, 2019|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , |

The Forum for International Relations of the European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) and the Albanian Institute for International Studies (AIIS) launched the project Joint Centre for Albania-Serbia Relations. The activities of the Centre in 2016 and 2017 were supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Tirana, and the activities of the [...]

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Promoting and Communicating Benefits of the Belgrade-Prishtina EU Facilitated Dialogue

By | December 26th, 2018|Categories: Active projects|Tags: |

Kosovo*-Serbia Policy Advocacy Group represent a consortium of think tanks and NGOs who strongly believe in the process of normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia. We were brought together by a shared energy to renew support for the deteriorating dialogue when there was little civil society interest in such initiatives. Our individual and joint [...]

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Democratization and Reconciliation in the Western Balkans

By | August 15th, 2018|Categories: Active projects|Tags: , |

The EU’s enlargement toward the east was conceived, among other reasons, on the basis that it would promote the consolidation of democracy in candidate countries. The success of the eastern enlargement gave further backing to the expansion of the EU toward the Western Balkans. Yet unlike their Central European counterparts, the Western Balkans had to [...]

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Belgrade Security Forum

By | June 24th, 2018|Categories: Active projects|Tags: |

From Istanbul to Vienna, Belgrade Security Forum presents the most relevant event where key actors meet and discuss foreign affairs and security policy in Balkans and Europe. Initiated by civil society organizations, it considers different perspectives and opinions and contributes to resolution of most pressing issues. Launched in 2011, the Belgrade Security Forum (BSF) has [...]

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