The prEUgovor coalition
Invites you to a conference
PRESENTATION OF THE INDEPENDENT REPORT OF
SERBIA’S PROGRESS IN CHAPTERS 23 AND 24
20th May 2016, at 11:30am
Media Centre (Terazije 3, I floor, Great Hall)
The prEUgovor coalition will present its independent report of Serbia’s progress in implementation of policies in the area of judiciary and fundamental rights (Chapter 23) and justice, freedom and security (Chapter 24) at the conference in Media Center, on Friday, 20th May at 11:30am.
In addition to key recommendations for progress in Chapters 23 and 24 of membership negotiations with EU, the biggest attention will be drawn to the analysis of “Savamala case” and how it reflects the rule of law, how (non)transparent was the financing of the elections campaign, and the gender equality in Chapter 23. This event will also present investigative journalism stories that were developed within the prEUgovor coalition project.
In front of the prEUgovor coalition speakers at the conference will be:
- Predrag Petrović, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy;
- Nemanja Nenadić, Transparency Serbia;
- Tanja Ignjatović, Autonomous Women’s Center;
- Ivana Jeremić, Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia;
- Milan Aleksić, Center for Applied European Studies;
Moderator: Sonja Stojanović Gajić, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy.
Please confirm your attendance no later than Thursday, 19th May, at 5pm, by e-mail on the address firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 011/3287-226
The prEUgovor is a coalition of seven CSOs formed with the aim to monitor the implementation of policies within the framework of the Serbian accession process to the EU, focusing on Chapters 23 and 24. Mission of prEUgovor is to propose measures to improve the reforms, using the process of EU integration to achieve substantial progress in the further democratization of Serbia
Members of the coalition are: ASTRA– Action against Trafficing in Human Beings, Autonomous Women’s Center (AWC), Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS), Center for Applied European Studies (CPES), Group 484 and Transparency Serbia (TS).
Preparation of the report and organization of the conference is supported by the Government of the Kingdom of Norway in the framework of institutional support to the prEUgovor.