LSEE Research Network on Social Cohesion in the Western Balkans, with support of Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses organized Regional Workshop “Barriers to Inclusive Growth in the Western Balkans”. The two days’ workshop brought together members of the LSEE Research Network on Social Cohesion in the Western Balkans to present their research findings on these issues, focusing on the sectors of Education, Employment and Social Protection. Ms. Jadranka Kaludjerovic, Mr. Milika Mirkovic and Mr. Vojin Golubovic presented their research on employment and education. The workshop also aims to lay the foundations for the production of an edited book and Continue Reading
Association of Economists and Managers of Montenegro organised the twentieth “Milocer Regional Development Forum” in the period 14-16 September 2015 in Hotel “Maestral” in Przno. The theme of this year’s forum was: “Globalization, Culture and New Business”. You can find agenda here: MRF 2015
Three ISSP researchers participated at MED Final Joint Capitalization seminar in Brussels, on 24. and 25. of March 2015. This event brought together institutions from across the MED region that have been implementing projects under MED Programme in the previous period. The seminar was carried out in the final phase of the MED Programme 2007-2013, bringing together outputs and results developed by previous projects with the purpose of delivering recommendations and new tools for the forthcoming programming period.
The first meeting of the policy working group on Vocational Education and Training (VET) took place at the headquarters of the European Training Foundation (ETF) in Turin, Italy on the 16th & 17th June. Milika Mirkovic has presented results from the baseline survey across the seven schools in Montenegro.
ISSP was the organizer of 6th Steering Committee meeting held from 03.-05. December in Podgorica. The participants of the meeting were the representatives of 12 Institutions for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Portugal, Spain and Slovenia. The aim of the meeting was to summarize the current implementation and progress of the project, as well as an overview of implemented activities. Also, they agreed on the next steps and identified the remaining obligations in the project and their dynamics, until the end of the project in May 2015 years. During the visit by 25 representatives of the Continue Reading