This project aims to advance Kosovo’s EU Agenda through strengthening institutions, and regional cooperation with participation from all levels of society. The two year project targets a broad range of stakeholders who can affect change, such as civil society, governments, political parties and media. Activities encourage and promote participation from women, ethnic minorities and youth to fully empower decision making processes and build a culture of inclusion. The project is structured into three major components, Political Dialogue, Regional Cooperation and Enhancing Checks and Balances.
Planned activities foresee high level, roundtables, research, capacity building, providing expertise, partnership building and outreach.
- Foster dialogue and consensus of political parties by encouraging inclusion of women, youth and civil society and educate future political leaders.
- Promote and support dialogue on normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, bi-lateral relations between Kosovo and Bosnia Herzegovina, and enhance regional cooperation by engaging institutions, media and civil society.
- Strengthen good governance and rule of law through research and debate of legal gaps and construct harmony between the constitution, political system and governing branches.