- New Project on Promoting Good Governance and Enhancing the Capacity of Kosovo’s Newly Established Municipalities in Protecting Community Rights
- New Project on Monitoring and Evaluation of Language Rights: Strengthening the Institutional compliance of the Law on the Use of Languages in Kosovo
ECMI Kosovo’s April Newsletter also includes the following work reports:
- Adoption of the Ethno-Political Map by the Consultative Council for Communities
- Awareness Raising and Trust-Building Workshops
- Training of eight community-based paralegals
- Organisation of the training on “Community Mobilization – Where to start?”
- Organisation of round table discussions
- Trainings delivered to Municipal and School Drop-Out Prevention Teams on Identification and Registration of Out-of-School Children
Political developments relevant to ECMI Kosovo’s field of interest are reported under:
- The Assembly of Kosovo adopts the first reading of the draft Law on General Elections in the Republic of Kosovo
- The Assembly of Kosovo votes to extend EULEX’s mandate, create a Special Court on alleged war crimes
- Turkish Deputy Prime Minister, Emrullah İşler, lobbies for an extension of the Reserved Seats System during his visit to Kosovo
About ECMI Kosovo
After Kosovo declared independence in February 2008, ECMI Kosovo became a locally registered NGO in July of that same year, while maintaining its co-operation with ECMI and thus continuing to benefit from international oversight, specialized expertise and comparative experiences.
ECMI Kosovo’s vision is a stable multi-ethnic Kosovo in which the human and minority rights of members from all communities are realized in line with domestic and international standards.
With a view to contributing to this vision, ECMI Kosovo engages in a wide range of activities aimed at stabilizing inter-ethnic relations and ensuring the effective implementation and functioning of the legal, policy and institutional framework for the protection and promotion of minority rights.