Roundtable discussion "Turning the page towards a new chapter? Building trust between Kosovo and Serbia" 26 October 20210

Roundtable discussion "Turning the page towards a new chapter? Building trust between Kosovo and Serbia"

On October 26, PIPS held a roundtable discussion on "Turning the page towards a new chapter? Building trust between Kosovo and Serbia".

The discussion gathered politicians, former ambassadors and also Mrs. Sonja Biserko from the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights. The participants discussed the issue on the normalization of Kosovo-Serbia relations and the possibilities of building trust between the two countries.

First introductory meeting as part of the Political Education Program for young people from Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities 21 October 20210

First introductory meeting as part of the Political Education Program for young people from Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities

The Prishtina Institute for Political Studies (PIPS) has launched a political education program for young people from the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities in Kosovo with the support of the Council of Europe Office under the ROMACTED Program.

On 21 October we held the first introductory meeting with the 25 participants of the first cycle of the program.
Publication of "The beginning of a new ERA" and discussion on European Reform Agenda II 15 October 20210

Publication of "The beginning of a new ERA" and discussion on European Reform Agenda II

On October 14, PIPS held a roundtable discussion on "European Reform Agenda II", during which our latest publication "The beginning of a new ERA!" was presented.

Given the importance that ERA II now has on the path to EU integration and the necessary reforms for Kosovo, it is critical to overcome the obstacles previously experienced, therefore this publication provides an overview of the implementation of ERA 1 and provides recommendations for the implementation of ERA II.
Discussion on "Balkan regionalism 2021: SEFTA and Open Balkan" 15 September 20210

Discussion on "Balkan regionalism 2021: SEFTA and Open Balkan"

On 13 September PIPS held a closed discussion on "Balkan Regionalism 2021: SEFTA and Open Balkan" with stakeholders from the government, opposition and experts.

This event brought to the table the views of the parties on the SEFTA and Open Balkan agreements, and confronted the attitudes of key actors to measure the possibility for a unified stance of these actors on regional agreements.

This discussion stressed cautious action regarding:
- Unilateral initiative and positions vis-a-vis the need to strengthen interstate alliances and not to threaten the loss of strategic allies;
- Tendency to see the European Integration process as mutually exclusive from regional integration;
- Articulation of positions and unilateral initiative along with the need to create and strengthen interstate alliances and not to threaten the loss of strategic allies;
- Regional initiatives as a response to the stagnation of the region's European Integration process;
-The security of regional partnerships without equality of the parties and dealing with the past.
Presentation of survey results on "Kosovo citizens' mindset regarding political questions" 19 July 20210

Presentation of survey results on "Kosovo citizens' mindset regarding political questions"

PIPS in cooperation with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Office in Kosovo has published the results of the survey "Kosovo citizens' mindset regarding political questions".

The survey has produced interesting data about the views of Kosovar citizens on the relationship of the state with the economy, individual freedoms, ideology and political parties in the country, political participation and segmentation of Kosovar voters according to political ideology.

The report's findings were presented on 19 July. You can follow the presentation via the link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=1018364208701645&ref=watch_permalink
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OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL FOR POLITICAL STUDIES 2021

OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL FOR POLITICAL STUDIES 2021

1 December 2020

Prishtina School for Political Studies has opened the call for application for the admission of candidates for the nineteenth generation (19).

School for Political Studies is one of the first non-formal political education programs in Kosovo and the oldest program that is still active. School for Political Studies has been implemented by the Prishtina Institute for Political Studies since 2003 through the support of the Council of Europe.

The aim of the program is to promote a new political culture for young leaders in line with the three key principles of the Council of Europe: democracy, rule of law and human rights. Throughout a year 30 participants coming from political parties, media, civil society, public administration etc. have the opportunity to attend modules with lectures from eminent local and international speakers. The program is currently implemented in 22 different countries around the world and graduates are certified by the Council of Europe and the Secretary General of this organization.
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School for Political Studies lecture with Dr. Gëzim Visoka on "Peace through mutual recognition: The current situation in Kosovo and future opportunities"

School for Political Studies lecture with Dr. Gëzim Visoka on "Peace through mutual recognition: The current situation in Kosovo and future opportunities"

5 May 2020

School for Political Studies has held an online lecture & discussion with Dr. Gëzim Visoka on the topic "Peace through mutual recognition: The current situation in Kosovo and future opportunities".

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PIPS organized the roundtable ‘Prospects of Kosovo membership to Council of Europe’

20 May 2015

The roundtable ‘Prospects of Kosovo membership to Council of Europe’ was held today. The goal of this roundtable was discussing the Kosovo membership to Council of Europe. Present in the roundtable were: Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga, ex Foreign Affairs Minister Enver Hoxhaj, Human Rights Expert Gjylieta Mushkolaj and Fisnik Korenica Expert of law.

 

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School for Political Studies 2020 held the second seminar

School for Political Studies 2020 held the second seminar

30 July 2020

The second seminar of the School for Political Studies was held from July 21-23 and July 28-30. Over the course of six days the participants participated in lectures by public policy experts in the areas of political ideology and its effects on public policy.

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