The conference “Experience of the Visegrad Group countries in decarbonization process – the possibility of applying good practice in the Republic of Serbia” was held last week.
The conference was held in order to present the experience of the countries of the Visegrad Group in creating policies and implementing measures for the decarbonization process, which can support relevant public institutions and civil society organizations, for the development of good practice in Serbia.
It included the working part in the form of a workshop for representatives of civil society organizations and a public discussion for all interested actors.
The objective of the workshop was to present the findings of previously conducted analyzes of policies and practices in the V4 countries in the area of decarbonization, with recommendations for methods of cooperation and involvement of CSOs that can support the work of public institutions, to CSO representatives. The experience of the green transition of Central European countries is a backbone for lessons that can serve CSOs in advocacy initiatives towards public institutions. The participants also discussed obstacles for more effective cooperation between different actors in the process of decarbonization in Serbia.
The aim of the public discussion in the form of a round table was to exchange the information and insights and it served as an opportunity for various relevant actors to discuss the state of the decarbonization process in Serbia, with a parallel reference to the V4 experience in challenges and solutions.
The conference “Experience of the countries of the Visegrad Group in decarbonization process- the possibility of applying good practice in the Republic of Serbia” is part of the project “Strengthening CSOs involved in the process of decarbonization in Serbia through the experience of the V4 countries”, which European movement in Serbia implement with partners and the support of the International Visegrad fund.