Human Rights

Whistleblowers, fragile defenders of democracy

They put in danger their private and professional lives to reveal the embezzlement and irregularities they discover in their workplaces, yet whistleblowers do not enjoy the protection they deserve. But things in Europe are now starting to shift

European Union

Whistleblowers, fragile defenders of democracy

They put in danger their private and professional lives to reveal the embezzlement and irregularities they discover in their workplaces, yet whistleblowers do not enjoy the protection they deserve. But things in Europe are now starting to shift

Economy

Civil Service in Kosovo: legal inconsistences and clientelist networks

Legal loopholes and clientelism affect the public administration sector in Kosovo, jeopardiziong its functioning and development

Environment

Sustainable tourism in Armenia

While the United Nations designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, Armenia is struggling to manage and make the best out of the potential of this sector

Media

Serbia: journalists attacked during Vučić's inauguration

During the inauguration ceremony of the new Serbian president, some journalists were attacked and prevented from doing their job. An analysis

Migration

Refugees and Belgrade Waterfront

On May 11th, the barracks behind the Belgrade railway station, where hundreds of refugees stayed while stranded on the Balkan route, were abruptly cleared and demolished. An overview

Justice

RECOM looks at Trieste summit as a chance for relaunch

Next July, the fourth summit of the Western Balkans will take place in Trieste. The RECOM coalition looks at the event as an occasion for revival and has gathered thousands of signatures from citizens of the region