EMinS is an independent institution of the democratic public and a citizens' organization that advocates for peaceful, democratic
In light of the presidential elections in the USA and the somewhat intense reactions to their respective results, we have talked to dr.sc Slobodan Elezović, a professor of Communication at the department of Anthropology of the University in Zagreb in order to better comprehend the future to be brought about by ‘Trump’s America’.
Traditional Mentoring Walk was organized on November 5 and it was used to announce a new cycle of the program "Share Your Knowledge- Become a Mentor". Mentors, mentees and their guests walk on Belgrade streets with a goal to put the spotlight on women solidarity and importance of mentoring for women empowerment in Serbia. Throughout the Program, Share Your Knowledge - Become a Mentor, young women that are at the beginning of their carriers get the opportunity to learn new things from mentors, leaders from different professions. All young leaders that are interested to develop their skills with mentors support can apply for the new cycle of the Program by the end of the month.
In the Cultural Center of Novi Pazar held the second debate in the framework of the project "I have a right to know about the EU" organized by the European Movement in Serbia and the German Embassy in Belgrade. Given the specificity of the Sandzak region and the importance of agricultural production, we are discussed about the topic of EU agricultural policy, standards in the process of agricultural production and the possibilities offered by the IPARD program. The main thing of the meeting is that it’s important that the EU standards and requirements should be respect for our health and safety of products, increasing production and improve quality, not only because of the EU accession.
The European Movement in Serbia and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung have cooperated once again and have, with joint efforts, organized a two-day conference about the role of think tanks in Serbia and the Western Balkans. The first day of the conference included a panel discussion which hosted think tankers, government officials and researchers.
The Forum for International Relations was founded in 1992, originally named the Civic Alliance of Serbia’s Commission for International Relations, it took its present name as an independent body within the framework of the European Movement in Serbia in 1995. The Forum has been continuously active to date ...
Economic and Business Forum was established in November 2011. The new program as a body of the European Movement in Serbia with the aim of addressing the problems and propose necessary actions in the economic policy of Serbia, in order to improve the economic and business environment and accelerate the integration of Serbia into the European Union ...
The Research Forum (ReF) represent a new permanent program body of European Movement in Serbia and functional mechanism for involvement of independent experts, members and close associates of EMinS in research-analytical work and process of advocacy for alternative public policy papers. Research Forum conducts comprehensive and thorough researches and analyses of actual situation in the reform process in concrete fields are conducted and produce alternative public policy proposals for effective and efficient reform in all relevant areas ...