CRTA designed roadmap for improvement of good governance in Serbia
On the basis of conducted analyzes and research, organization CRTA, in cooperation with partners from the regional network of civil society organizations „ActionSEE“ , has developed Roadmap on good governance for state institutions in the Republic of Serbia.
Local self-governments fulfil less than one half of openness indicators
The overall openness index of local self-governments in Serbia is at a very low level as self-governments fulfil a total of 39% of indicators, according to the analysis “Openness of local self-governments in Serbia and in the region”.
Insufficient level of openness of courts and public prosecutor’s offices
Judicial authorities in Serbia and in the region fulfil less than one half of openness indicators which leads to a conclusion that an urgent action is needed in order to improve the openness, as found out by the research “Openness of judiciary authorities in the region and in Serbia”.
ACTION SEE on POINT conference: Governments do not understand the importance of the principle of openness
The Index of openness in SEE region, based on the research conducted by the ACTION SEE network, points to many similarities between the neighboring countries.
ACTION SEE Advocacy day: Openness should be the policy of every Government
Point 6.0 conference that is taking place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina from 24 to 28 May, started with the ACTION SEE Advocacy Day and the presentation of the results and recommendations gathered through the monitoring done for the Regional Openness Index for 2016. The Openness Index is a tool for measuring openness of public institutions, designed to cover broad issues, but always paying attention to their effect on citizens and their quality of life.
Amid political tensions, CRTA’s PVT confirms preliminary results
Serbians turned out to vote on April 2, 2017 to elect their next president. With elections called only a month before the date, the political stakes were high between then Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and a number of opposition candidates.
Results of the research on openness of executive powers in the region presented in Podgorica
The press conference titled “Openness of institutions of executive power in the region and Montenegro” took place on April 24, at the CentreVille hotel in Podgorica.
Meeting with the ACTION SEE project partners in Podgorica
The third meeting of the partners in the project ACTION SEE – Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in SEE took place on 24 April 2017 at the Info Centar in Podgorica. This meeting was attended by representatives of Metamorphosis Foundation, project coordinator, and the partner organizations Westminster Foundation for Democracy from Great Britaint, Citizens Association Why not? from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Center for Democratic Transition from Montenegro, Open Data Kosovo (ODK) from Kosovo, and Levizja Mjaft! from Albania.