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Lessons learned for citizens-oriented administrations from the COVID-19 crisis in the Western Balkans The ongoing coronavirus crisis has spurred a myriad of measures from governments in the Western Balkans to better inform their citizens and provide services in emergency circumstances. Yet, responses to the pandemic and the institution of unprecedented lockdown measures have introduced various [...]

In the third bulletin published by 3DCEFTAs, you can find an update on the latest developments on the rates of infection and mortality arising out of the pandemic in the region, the general easing of restrictions, as well as the range and extent of international assistance. As most EU member states embark on a gradual […]

In this second bulletin published by 3DCFTAs, you can find the latest data on the Covid–19 pandemic in the Western Balkans and Turkey, the general easing of restrictions, the economic impact so far and recovery measures.  It comes a few days after the annual economic policy dialogue between the EU and the Western Balkans as well […]

I sumnalutni pandemija ikalga seratar e sasoitnipaskere thavdipa ki Republika Utarali Makedonija kolate o KOVID-19 arakhlja e raštra ko anglal alusaribaskoro vakti thaj bizo parlamenti. Anguno nasvalo sine registririmo ko 26-to februari, thaj dži ko 29-to aprili sine konfirmirime 1.465 nasvale. Ko akava vakti avgofare ki themeskiri istorija, ko 18-to marti sine andi i avguni [...]

While the European Union has become the epicentre of the global Covid-19 crisis, the countries of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia – have so far remained remarkably lightly affected. Even neighbouring Turkey, although having a high number of confirmed cases, has so far counted far fewer […]

The Civil Society and the Council for Cooperation with and Development of the Civil Sector call on the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia to reconsider and change its decision to drastically reduce the financial support for civil society organizations, published in the Official Gazette of RNM on 9 April 2020. This decision, by [...]
After the concern about the impact of new pandemic viral infection on the availability and accessibility of healthcare services (including abortion and mental health), labour rights (including those of journalists), corruption, the rights of persons deprived of liberty and of the victims of human trafficking and exploitation, as well as the impact on gender equality, [...]
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