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

Democracy

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Civil society and media will not give up the fight for a democratic and free Serbia

By | July 29th, 2020|Categories: EMinS News, EMinS Statements|Tags: , |

Civil society and media will not give up the fight for a democratic and free Serbia The media and civil society organizations demand from the Ministry of Finance and the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering to immediately present the grounds for suspicion due to which they ordered the extraordinary collection of information about organizations, [...]

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Worrisome Direction Serbia is Heading

By | July 9th, 2020|Categories: EMinS Statements|Tags: , , |

[Photo: Sanja Knežević]   The European Movement in Serbia expresses deep concerns over the aggravated situation and violent unrests in Serbia in the past two days. The politicized management of the pandemic in recent months, unanswered suspicions of manipulation of data on the number of patients and deaths caused by COVID-19, as well as shifting the blame to [...]

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Vladimir Medjak: The 2020 Parliamentary Elections in Serbia The Festival of Democracy or Legitimising the Backslide of Democracy?

By | June 24th, 2020|Categories: EMinS News|Tags: , , , |

Serbia is to hold regular parliamentary elections on June 21, 2020. They were originally called for April 24, 2020 but were postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak. The winner of these elections is already known since (political, financial and media) domination of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (Srpska Napredna Stranka - SNS) is unchallenged [1]. The only [...]

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BEHIND COVID-19: Balkan Coronavirus Diary

By | June 11th, 2020|Categories: EMinS News|Tags: , , , |

  English Shqip Srpski   Socio-political issues that have emerged or intensified during COVID-19 in the Western Balkans   COVID-19 has been the most frequent word on the whole globe in the past several months. The pandemic has made the world united around a joint problem with which, almost everybody [...]

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Serbian CSOs: Societal Dialogue on State of Democracy in Serbia Needed

By | May 19th, 2020|Categories: EMinS News, EMinS Statements|Tags: , , |

On the occasion of the release of the recent Freedom House “Nations in Transit” report in which Serbia found itself in the category of a “hybrid regime” instead of a democratic country for the first time in 17 years, we express serious concern for the state of democratic institutions in Serbia. We call on the Government [...]

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