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Certificate Ceremony for the Sixth Political academy for social democracy 2013

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Since 2008, FES Skopje together with its partners Progres-Institute, Skopje and Olof Palme International Center are organizing the Political Academy for social democracy. The Political academy is an educational project designed as academic course and training. The main purpose of the Academy is to educate and train individuals with social-democratic orientation who with their everyday activities shape the political decisions and actions in Macedonia. As previous year, the PoliticalAcademy had provided both theoretical knowledge and development of practical skills in political system, social-democratic ideology and values, political and party management, political communication and public relations.

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FES Skopje supported TV serial “Euro ZOOM” – interviews and debates from Brussels published on NOVA TV (web portal) by: Borjan Jovanovski, independent journalist

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Both the domestic and the foreign expert public have noted for years the problems of the media landscape in Macedonia, pointing out the political and economic influence over the media (which further reflected on the editorial policy of media and the practice of self-censorship by journalists), the political, financial and economic dependence of the Public Service Broadcaster and of the Broadcasting Council, inconsistent application of the media legislation, state advertising and campaigns as a source of income for some media, unlimited fines for defamation and insult, etc. There were numerous problems and they piled up throughout the last 20 years because the institutions, but on the other hand media workers themselves as well, handled them inefficiently. The media continue to suffer heavy political and economic influences that reflect as biased editorial policy, deterioration of professional standards, self-censorship of journalists or restricted access to balanced reporting and a wide variety of views for the public. Through the whole process, the Government demonstrated a strong determination to adopt the legislation, ignoring critical opinions and essential suggestions coming from the international and domestic media community.

The main objectives are to present and explain the meaning and the need of the European integration processes of the country, but also to initiate an active and relevant debate between the civil sector, citizens and officials in order to raise public awareness of the need of fostering the needed reforms in the field of the accession processes such as rule of law, freedom of speech, good governance, business environment, transparency of institutions and etc. The project enabled monitoring of the quality of the process of implementation of the reforms, which is the most sensitive part of the integration as whole. In this context, a special attention in this project will be given to the new strategy for enlargement in the European commission which priority is the need of reform implementation.

In continuation, you can find links to the interviews and debates published during the 2013.

 

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OPEN CALL for Participants for the seventh Political Academy for Social Democracy in 2014 (open until 16.02.2014)

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, office Skopje in cooperation with the Progres-Institute for Social Democracy and the Olof Palme International Center are initiating Open Call for the seventh Political Academy for Social Democracy in 2014.

The official language of the Academy is Macedonian.

The application documentation should be applied latest February 16th, 2014 on the e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please find here:
Open call on MK
Open call on ALB
Application

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PUBLICATION “The use of EU funds in Republic of Macedonia – efficiency, impact and absorption capacity”

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The Republic of Macedonia has been a beneficiary of EU funds since 1996, under the programmes PHARE and CARDS. From 2007, with the introduction of the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance, as a candidate country, Macedonia became eligible for all five components of this programme, as well as for community programmes.  

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FRIEDRICH
EBERT STIFTUNG
Office Skopje

New address:
st. "Borka Talevski" 42/6
1000 Skopje, MK

Tel: +389 2 3093181/182
Fax: + 389 2 3093180
contact@fes.org.mk


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