ECMI Kosovo’s July 2014 newsletter released

KosovoThe July 2014 newsletter of the European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo is now available.

The past month’s update from European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo was circulated today. Refer to ECMI Kosovo’s Newsletter to find the work reports covered by the following subheadings:

  • Focus-Groups on Decision-Making Processes
  • First Workshop with … Goverment, Office for Community Affairs, Kosovo Agency for Accreditation and Ministries
  • The establishment of the Tourist Office of Klokot
  • Language training course established in the municipality of Parteš/Partesh
  • Meeting for the creation of the Agricultural Association of Businessmen of municipality of Ranilug
  • Organisation of focus groups targeting women and youth
  • Guidebook on the Implementation of the Law on Languages

Also, one subheading reflects on institutional development related to ECMI Kosovo’s field of interest:

  • Consultative Council for Communities

Finally, political developments relevant to ECMI Kosovo’s field of interest are reported:

  • The Assembly of Kosovo elects Isa Mustafa Chairman … but the Constitutional Court temporarily suspends his election …
  • “Srpska lista” and other parties representing Kosovo’s communities ready to join any coalition …
  • Mitrovica South and Mitrovica North meet in Brussels to discuss removing barricades, freedom of movement

Archive: monthly newsletters from ECMI Kosovo

About ECMI Kosovo

ECMI Kosovo became active in Kosovo as a field office of European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) in 2001.

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.

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