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2015 GLOBAL GO TO THINK TANKS REPORT

Milena Lazarevic, CEP Senior Programme Manager and Senior Researcher, was one of the key speakers at “2015 Global Go To Think Tanks Report” presentation, held on January 28th in Brussels. The report has been traditionally composed by the University of Pennsylvania within their "Think Tanks and Civil Societies Programme". Milena spoke at the “Why Think Tanks Matter to Policy Makers and the Public” panel, hosted by the prestigious Brussels think tank, Bruegel. 

Video source: http://bruegel.org/events/why-think-tanks-matter-to-policy-makers-and-the-public/

PUBLIC DISCUSSION "COMPETITION POLICY IN SERBIA – WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?" - OPENING REMARKS

Public discussion on the occasion of presenting the draft study "Competition Policy in Serbia – what is the problem?", organized by CEP on October 13, 2015. in the National Assembly. The aim of this meeting was the inclusion of the conclusions and recommendations of the experts and the professional community in the final version of the study.

This study is the result of research project supported by European Fund for the Balkans, in the framework of the Think and Link Regional Policy Programme.
 

TEN Conference 2015 - Opening Remarks

Opening remarks at TEN Conference2015 "Improving Performance of Public Administration: Current Experiences and Future Perspectives ". The conference was held at Hotel “Zira” in Belgrade, and organized by TEN network, consisting of European Policy Centre (CEP) from Belgrade, European Policy Institute (EPI) from Skopje and Institute Alternative (IA) from Podgorica.

The Conference is being organised within the project Performance Audit and Policy Evaluation: On the Same or Parallel Tracks supported by the Regional Research Promotion Programme in the Western Balkans (RRPP), financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). CEP is project holder while partners are other TEN members: Institut Alternativa from Podgorica and European Policy Institute from Skopje.

Monitoring and Evaluation with the Evidence Supplied by the Civil Society


**Video in Serbian only**

This video is part of the project Achieving Effective Policy Monitoring and Evaluation through Evidence Supplied by the Civil Society – Public Administration and Social Policy and Employment Sectors, implemented by CEP and Foundation for the Advancement of Economics (FREN). This project is financed by the European Union and co-financed by the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society.

First Think-Act-Impact TV show on the environmental impact assessment

TV Show no. 1 of the Think-Act-Impact project explains topics of environmental impact assessment (EIA) and strategic environmental impact assessment and give more detaild insight into the project actvities. TV show no. 2 follows soon!

 
**Video in Serbian only**

Think-Act-Impact is jointly implemented by the European Policy Centre (CEP), Ecological Centre Habitat from Vršac and Serbia on the Move from Belgrade. Project is financially supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.

Second Think-Act-Impact TV show on the environmental impact assessment

TV Show no. 2 of the Think-Act-Impact project focuses on citizen engagement as well as on the importance of civic participation in public policies, more precisely in environmental impact assessment (EIA) and strategic environmental impact assessment procedures.


**Video in Serbian only**

Think-Act-Impact is jointly implemented by the European Policy Centre (CEP), Ecological Centre Habitat from Vršac and Serbia on the Move from Belgrade. Project is financially supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.

Think-Act-Impact video animation: Environmental and Strategic environmental Impact Assessment in Serbia

What EIA and SEA consist of? What are the rights and obligations of actors in these procedures? In what way citizens and their associations can inform themselves and take participation in the deision-making concerning projects ana plans in local communities with potential adverse effect on the environment?


**Video in Serbian only**

Think-Act-Impact is jointly implemented by the European Policy Centre (CEP), Ecological Centre Habitat from Vršac and Serbia on the Move from Belgrade. Project is financially supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.

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