OUR INITIATIVES

Opportunity for job – Web developer

/ 10.12.2018.

CRTA seeks for Web developer!

Openness of the local self-governments in Serbia and in the region 2017.

/ 04.12.2018.

In cooperation with partners from the regional network NGO “ActionSEE”, the Centre for Research, Transparency and Accountability (CRTA) prepared the index of openness of institutions in which we analyze a level of transparency, openness and accountability of the local self-government in the Western Balkans region in 2017.

Openness of the judicial power in Serbia and in the region 2017.

/ 04.12.2018.

In cooperation with partners from the regional network NGO “ActionSEE”, the Centre for Research, Transparency and Accountability (CRTA) prepared the index of openness of institutions in which we analyze a level of transparency, openness and accountability of the judiciary in the Western Balkans region in 2017.

Organisations throughout Europe insist on a transparent selection of the Commissioner in Serbia

/ 04.12.2018.

The current Commissioner’s mandate is about to expire. Having in mind that the new Law on Personal Data Protection shall come into force in August 2019, and that the reform of the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance is underway, it is extremely important that the new Commissioner be appointed without delay, through a transparent procedure in accordance with the Law and that this function be attributed to the best candidate.   

A warning measure imposed to a city official due to public officials’ campaigning

/ 30.11.2018.

The Anti-Corruption Agency  imposed a warning measure to Andreja Mladenović because he conducted a public officials’ campaign and abused his position of a Deputy Mayor for promotion of the election list where he was a candidate. The Agency submitted to the competent Misdemeanour Court in Mladenovac a request for initiation of misdemeanour proceedings against Andreja Mladenović.

The best candidate for the Commissioner should be selected in a transparent procedure

/ 23.11.2018.

More than 60 civil society organisations, media, business, professional and scientific communities’ representatives urged the competent Committee for Culture and Information of the Assembly to select the new Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection in a completely open and transparent process, in accordance with the Law.

Parliamentary Insider for November 2018.

/ 15.11.2018.

The second issue of the Parliamentary Insider newsletter covers sessions held in November, summaries of adopted laws, the comparative analysis of the parliamentary Code of Conduct, monthly statistics, including the reaction of the Open Parliament initiative to the latest event in the Parliament – arrival of 2019 budget proposal in the parliamentary procedure. In other words, all parliamentary activities in November 2018.

Roadmap on Good Governance in Serbia for 2017

/ 12.11.2018.

“ACTION SEE provides a platform for dialogue and a concrete tool for measuring the degree to which state institutions uphold principles and standards of open governance through its Index of Openness. The project aims to increase the inclusion of civic society and media organisations in decision-making processes and the creation of public opinion and policies, as well as to raise the capacity of civic societies to address sensitive issues.”

Parliament openness in Serbia 2017.

/ 02.11.2018.

In cooperation with partners from the regional network “ActionSEE”, the CRTA has prepared a proposal of practical policies in which levels of transparency, openness and accountability of the legislative power in the West Balkans region were analysed. The proposal is a result of a comprehensive research, based on methodology, undertaken by the members of the network…

Our topics

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Democratic culture

Because politics is not just for politicians. It is our human and citizen right to participate in the processes of making decisions which influence our lives. A dialogue has no alternative.

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Free and fair elections

Because elections are the pillars of democracy. It is every citizen’s right to decide on whom to give his/her vote in free and fair conditions. Our vote is valuable and it can make a difference.

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Open institutions

Because institutions serve the citizens. We need strong institutions with integrity which protect the public interest.

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Free media

Because media should ask questions and critically analyse the reality. We need the media which protect the public interest and tackle the needs of the citizens.