CIVIC ENERGY CENTER – NEWS

Civic Energy Center (CEC) is a social center that supports civil initiatives and promotes a culture of open dialogue on relevant political issues and practices related to the Serbian community in Kosovo. The purpose of CEC in north Kosovo is to create a public space that will connect local civil society with leading, local desicion makers.

The Center gathers citizens, NGOs, CSOs, government representatives, media and activitists together in order to faciliate open dialogue between them, and encourage them to participate in the fostering of a new social reality. The Center is a platform for public opinion to be heard. Its goal is to contribute to the developpment of democracy, a culture of open discussion and debate and the identification of shared solutions to current political, economical and social issues.

Sporazoom: Ten Years of the Brussels Dialogue

Sporazoom: Ten Years of the Brussels Dialogue

The dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade, which goal was to solve the problems of the citizens, begun in Brussels in March 2011. Ten years later, today in Sporazoom, we are talking about the results of the dialogue and the prospects of its continuation after the...

The Head of the Mission of Eulex in Kosovo visited NGO Aktiv

The Head of the Mission of Eulex in Kosovo visited NGO Aktiv

The Head of the Mission of Eulex in Kosovo, ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemar, visited NGO AKTIV’s office in Mitrovica today. The subject of the discussion was the rule of law, respect of the rights of the non-majority communities (with a special focus on the Serb...

Sporazoom: Anticipating the Official Results

Sporazoom: Anticipating the Official Results

In the new Sporazoom show, we talk about the political situation in Kosovo after the early parliamentary elections, with a special emphasis on participation of the non-majority communities. We analyze what kind of changes would the new election winner, Albin Kurti,...

Sporazoom: Extraordinary Elections, Ordinary Voting

Sporazoom: Extraordinary Elections, Ordinary Voting

With only few technical problems on the ground, Kosovo’s early parliamentary elections on February 14 came about regularly. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, surprises occurred neither during the prelection campaign nor when the polls closed. Albin Kurti’s...

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