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This brief summarises the key developments in relation to the rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia for the period January–March 2024. It includes monitoring the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform, and Chapter 23: Judiciary and Fundamental Rights.

Apr 12, 2024

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Dive deep into the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process in this episode of the EPI Podcast. Join us as we explore the essential roles and strategic engagements of civil society organizations and national human rights institutions within the UPR framework. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Mona M'Bikay, Executive Director of UPR Info, this episode sheds [...]

Mar 26, 2024

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The European Policy Institute (EPI), in cooperation with the United Nations Organization, successfully organized the workshop "Building Capacities for Parliamentary Staff on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR)", held on March 21-22, 2024, at Hotel Radika, Mavrovo. The aim of the event was to strengthen the capacities of parliamentary staff and to increase their ability to [...]

Mar 20, 2024

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At today’s policy dialogue hosted by the European Policy Institute titled “Rule of Law in EU Members and Candidate Countries: Challenges and Lessons Learned,” experts gathered to discuss the state of the rule of law within the European Union and its candidate countries. The event featured notable speakers including Maria Skóra from the Institute for […]

The New Growth Plan for the Western Balkans (Growth Plan) that the European Commission (EC) revealed in November 2023 starts on a promising note. The plan’s foundations rest on four pillars, which seem to be precisely what the Western Balkans (WB) needs to achieve enhanced growth rates, EU convergence, and social progress. The first pillar [...]
Considering the overall political situation in Europe after the COVID-19 pandemic, the crisis resulting from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the current situation in the six Western Balkan countries (WB6), particularly concerning their progress toward accession to the European Union (EU), the European Commission (EC) proposed a new Growth Plan for the Western Balkans [...]
Since the Thessaloniki promise in 2003, where the European Union (EU) articulated the membership prospects for the Western Balkans (WB), Croatia is the only nation to have successfully acceded to the EU. More than 20 years later, the WB countries are still struggling on their path to the EU. The advancement toward the EU, determined [...]

Feb 22, 2024

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What is enlargement fatigue? Can it be transformed into EU scepticism? Can the opponents to the enlargement of the EU members change their perspective? We discussed these topics with Engjellushe Morina, a senior policy fellow with the Wider Europe program at the European Council on Foreign Relations. She works from ECFR's Berlin office. Her work [...]
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