ECMI Kosovo’s September 2014 newsletter released

KosovoThe ECMI Kosovo’s  September 2014 newsletter of the European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo is now available online.

The past month’s update from European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo was circulated. Please refer to ECMI Kosovo’s September 2014 newsletter to find the newsletter entries on ECMI Kosovo Project Updates:

  • Steering Committee Meeting
  • Training on the topic “Social Media – Simple Way to Mobilize”
  • Focus groups in Northern Kosovo
  • Roundtable discussion with minority women in Gračanica/Graçanicë
  • Second capacity building training of eight paralegals
  • Baseline Study on Gender Based Violence
  • Meetings with Serb and Gorani Community Networks
  • Monitoring the implementation of Advocacy Plans of the selected CSOs and CSO coalitions
  • Media Campaigning of the selected CSOs and CSO coalitions
  • Training for Municipal Assembly Members

In terms of institutional developments, ECMI Kosovo September 2014 newsletter talks about the Consultative Council and reports:

  • The Consultative Council for Communities elected its chairman and two of his deputies.

The ECMI Kosovo September 2014 newsletter also reports on  political developments:

  • The Assembly of Kosovo fails to elect a Speaker after a proposal from PDK; communities from the 6+ caucus voted for the proposal
  • The LDK-AAK-Nisma bloc are joined by Vetëvendosje; the latter set to lead the dialogue process with Serbia
  • “Srpska lista” ready to vote for whoever has a clear majority, wants additional clarifications on the role Vetëvendosje will play in a future coalition

See also: ECMI Kosovo Press Release on 14 October football match between Albania and Serbia

Archive: See previous newsletters from ECMI Kosovo

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