Coalition prEUgovor will present its newest report on Serbia’s progress in implementation of policies in the area of judiciary and fundamental rights (Chapter 23) and justice, freedom and security (Chapter 24).
The conference will be held on Wednesday, May 24, starting at 11am in the Media Center Belgrade (Terazije 3, first floor).
In addition to key recommendations for progress in chapters 23 and 24 of EU accession negotiations, during the event will be the analysed presidential elections campaign, the situation in the media and new Law on the prevention of domestic violence.
Speakers at the conference will be:
- Milan Aleksic, Center for Applied European Studies
- Nemanja Nenadic, Transparency Serbia
- Branko Cecen, Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia
- Vanja Macanovic, Autonomous Women’s Center
Moderator: Katarina Ivanovic, ASTRA - Anti trafficking Action
Please confirm your attendance no later than Tuesday, May 23, by e-mail to the address [email protected] or by phone on number 011/3287-226.
Coalition prEUgovor is the first network of civil society organisations formed in order to monitor the implementation of policies relating to the accession negotiations between Serbia and the EU, with an emphasis on chapters 23 and 24 of the Acquis. The coalition was formed in 2013 with the mission of proposing measures to foster improvement in the fields relevant for the negotiation process. In doing so, the coalition aims to use EU integration process to help accomplish substantial progress in further democratisation of the Serbian society.
Members of the coalition are: ASTRA - Anti trafficking Action, Autonomous Women’s Center (AWC), Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS), Center for Applied European Studies (CPES), Group 484 and Transparency Serbia (TS).
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The conference is a part of the project "prEUgovor Policy Watch: Monitoring Reforms in Chapters 23 and 24". This project is funded by the European Union.