Kosovo's diplomatic battle to become an equal member of the international society continues twelve years after declaring independence. Since 2008 Kosovo has scored significant progress in fostering its institutional structure and international recognition by now being recognised by the majority of UN members and being part of several important multilateral mechanisms.
The purpose of this edition of the survey is to provide data and results on public perceptions of Kosovar citizens for the three following aspects: 1. International politics and international actors, providing data on perceptions of Kosovar citizens on international politics and regional and global actors, including states and international organizations; 2. Kosovo's foreign policy and international position, which provides data on citizens' perceptions on Kosovo's international position and Kosovo's foreign policy institutions; 3. The Kosovo-Serbia dialogue process, more precisely the perceptions of Kosovar citizens about eventual options for a final agreement and their expectations from this process.
The publication covers: a section on the organizational structure and functioning of the EARK is provided, with reference to the legal basis and policy documents; the Agency's 2019 budget; achieving tangible results, especially through active labor market measures. The concluding section provides a summary of the publication and aspects that need to be addressed for further improvement of the EARK.
This paper gives a brief explanation of the benefits a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) could have for cities, as well as explore the possibilities of how the National Level, i.e. Members of the Parliament, could directly or indirectly support and facilitate the implementation of SUMPs in cities.