Polish Institute of International Affairs, Visegrad Fund and their partners in Montenegro: Institute Alternative (IA), Center for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) and Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM), will organize a panel discussion “Civil Society and Negotiations under Chapters 23 and 24” on Thursday, November 6, starting at 11 a.m. The panel discussion will be held at the premises of PR Center.
The panelists are:
- Tomasz Żornaczuk, Coordinator of the project “Thinking for Governance” and analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs
- Jovana Marović, Research Coordinator at Institute Alternative – Fight against corruption
- Vlado Dedović, Director of the Legal department at Center for Monitoring and Research – Judicial reform
- Marija Vuksanović, Project manager at Centre for Democracy and Human Rights – Asylum and Migration
The motive behind organizing this panel discussion is to present the analysis “Civil Society in the EU Integration of the Western Balkans”, which focuses on the involvement of civil society organizations in negotiations under Chapters 23 and 24. The study is co-authored by 20 experts from the Western Balkans’ CSOs which are directly involved in the negotiation process.
The project is financed by the International Visegrad Fund.