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Sep 30, 2022

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On July 13 the European Commission published its third annual Rule of Law Report containing for the first time specific recommendations addressed to each Member State, intended to encourage countries to continue with planned reforms and identify the problems that must be addressed. What are the recommendations for Bulgaria? Will the EU rule of law […]

Jul 19, 2022

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The civil society in Europe is still under pressure, shows the latest report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). The report includes a section on selected accession countries including Macedonia. EPI prepared the country report on the civic space in Macedonia. Civil society is a key component of Europe's fundamental rights architecture. [...]

Jul 18, 2022

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In this podcast, we discuss with Antonija Petričušić minority rights in the EU accession process, namely the experience of Croatia in the negotiations in Chapter 23, specifically the rights of minorities. We discussed how European integration and EU conditionality contribute to the protection and advancement of minority rights; how the activities and measures undertaken during […]

Jul 10, 2022

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Arguments, not labelling! Recently we have witnessed attacks on civil society organisations due to their publically expressed attitudes on the French proposal on opening EU accession negotiations with North Macedonia. We would like to stress that, despite all, the European Policy Institute shall remain committed to the goals, mission and principles of the Institute. We […]

Jun 29, 2022

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What are the best tools for promotion, prevention and response to the rule of law issues from the EU Rule of Law toolbox? What can we expect from the European Commission’s Rule of Law Mechanism against Hungary? What are What are the differences between the countries that are members of the EU and the candidate […]

Jun 15, 2022

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Regional economic integration has been promoted as a stepping stone for the Western Balkans in meeting the economic Copenhagen criteria, while filling in the void the standstill the EU enlargement process has faced in recent years. In different formations and political platforms, the commitment of the WB leaders has brought new political momentum for the [...]

Jun 09, 2022

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The citizens discussed and asked questions on what electoral system they want and what reforms are needed in the electoral process in the country in the third National Deliberative Poll organized by EPI, in cooperation with the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford University in the United States. On June 4 and 5, about 150 [...]

Jun 08, 2022

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The pandemic triggered unprecedented EU financial support to counter the social impact of Covid-19. Many people in the EU, especially vulnerable people, faced reduced access to healthcare, childcare, education and the internet. This has led to excess mortality, poverty, unemployment and social exclusion. FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2022 outlines the pandemic’s wide-ranging impact on social [...]
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