EMinS is an independent institution of the democratic public and a citizens' organization that advocates for peaceful, democratic
INITIATIVE TO WITHDRAW THE GOVERNMENT’S DRAFT BYLAW WHICH RESTRICTS RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF DEFENSE
National Convention on the European Union (NKEU) and the representatives of the academia and the civil society urge the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia to withdraw the draft Bylaw on scientific and other research relevant for national defense and on the procedure and conditions for issuing permits for carrying out such research together with foreign entities or contracted by foreign entities.
Conflicts are flaring up in the Western Balkans, jeopardising not only regional relations but also the European integration process of many of the (potential) candidate countries. These recent developments have exposed the fragility of democratic systems in the region. In light of the influence of third parties in the region due to a drop in EU presence, and the erupting historic tensions, there is a profound danger to peace and stability in the Western Balkans.
Serbia on its European path, no matter how long, through the negotiations of membership with the European Union (EU) seeks to be changed, bettered, modernised and rendered more successful, and to become a high-quality and active member of the European community. For the creation of a modern and European Serbia, the participation of all its citizens is necessary.
Debate on the topic "Where is Gender Equality in Serbia today" was organized on Saturday in Valjevo within the program "Share your knowledge". Mentoring Walk was organized before the debate, with the occasion of International Women's Day, which is part of the Global Mentoring Walk coordinated by the organization Vital Voices. This year there was 130 walks held in 62 countries.
Svetlana Stefanović, project manager in EMinS, opened the debate, stressing the importance of celebreting of the International Women's Day as a symbol of the struggle of women for their rights throughout history. "Mentoring Walk raises awareness of how important is a woman's voice, and how important it is to work together on a professional and personal empowerment of young women and to strengthen their position in society, and that the program" Share Your Knowledge' contributes for seven years. But we must not forget the women who have fought to enjoy the rights that we have" said Svetlana.
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 ...