‘Projects’

The objective of the project “Engaging the private sector in education for entrepreneurship” is to increase the capacities of young people in Macedonia to engage in entrepreneurship, increase private sector participation in entrepreneurship education, and increase support for policies that improve the economic conditions for young people from the country. Within the project, a research […]

The European Policy Institute – Skopje (EPI) started implementing the project “Partnership Justitia: Regaining Citizens’ Trust”, The overall objective of the project is to contribute to regaining citizens’ trust in Macedonia’s justice sector by meaningful civil society involvement in substantive reforms. Specific objectives: 1. To provide structured monitoring and comprehensive input to the implementation of the […]

Timeframe: January – December 2018 Location: Skopje and the other three appellate regions (Stip, Bitola and Gostivar) Budget: 9.991 EUR The aim of this project is to enhance the application of the regulatory impact assessment (RIA) of the laws arising from the judiciary reform in Macedonia – Recognize the usefulness of the RIA tool in the decision-making process and to […]

Europeanization of the Western Balkans (WB) is shadowed by multiple factors on both side – EU and WB states. EU internal challenges (economic crisis, migrant crisis, rising of euroscepticism, etc.) have omitted the Enlargement from Brussels’ agenda for a while. On the other hand, the lack of political will, irresponsibility of WB political elites and […]

Accession monitoring and advocacy: WeBER (Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform) WeBER (Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform) is a three-year project, worth up to 1,273.411 EUR and funded by the European Union represented by the European Commission. WeBER is implemented by a consortium […]

Accession monitoring and advocacy: Performance Audit and Policy Evaluation: On the same or parallel tracks? In the framework of Regional Research Promotion Programme in the Western Balkans (RRPP), European Policy Centre, together with European Policy Institute (EPI)from Skopje and Institute Alternativa from Podgorica, conducted a research on policy evaluation and performance audit, which lasted  for 12 months. The Project aimed […]

Accession monitoring and advocacy: Benchmarking for EU reform – how effective? BENCHER The European Policy Institute, together with regional partners, on 1th January 2017 started implementing the project “Benchmarking for EU reform – how effective? BENCHER“. The aim of the project is to explore the effectiveness of the EU benchmarking mechanism for the Western Balkans and […]

Accession monitoring and advocacy: National EU Debate The European Policy Institute – EPI (Skopje) in July 2016 started implementing the project “National EU Debate”. This project is financed from a Civica Mobilitas program, and will be implemented in a duration of 18 months. In an absence of a national debate for the European Union, the project […]

Accession monitoring and advocacy: Dialogues for Vision The project aims to enhance the dialogue on key issues facing Macedonian society by creating policies based on evidence. This project provides added value to the already implemented projects in British Macedonia such as: RIA, PAR, Policy Framework Initiative for Open Government, etc. The project will bring liveliness to […]

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