ECMI Kosovo’s March 2014 Newsletter released

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

The past month’s news from ECMI Kosovo were circulated today. Refer to ECMI Kosovo’s Newsletter to find the work reports covered by the following subheadings:

  • Presentation of Ethno-Political Map to members of the Consultative Council for Communities
  • Follow-up meeting with Gorani and Serb community Networks
  • Trainings delivered to Municipal and School Drop-Out Prevention Teams on Identification and Registration of Out-of-School Children
  • Development of a Baseline Study on Gender-Based Violence. Needs Assessment for Skills Training and a School-Based Curriculum on Gender Equality
  • 21 language training courses organised for Municipal Officials in Kosovo

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

  • International Symposium on Language Rights and Social Cohesion in Plurilinguistic Societies

Political developments relevant to ECMI Kosovo’s field of interest are reported under:

  • Two Northern Municipalities Adopt Their Statutes as the Ministry of Local Government Administration Voices Its Concerns About Their Legality
  • Minister of Communities and Returns Dalibor Jevtić Discusses an Extension of the Reserved Seat System with US Ambassador Jacobson
  • Elections in Serbia give SNS leader Vučić Clear Mandate to Form New Government

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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