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Rule of Law Performance Index in Kosovo (RoLPIK) is a monitoring mechanism developed to assess the performance of rule of law institutions, with particular focus on the justice system. This index will serve as a platform of open and accessible data for the broader public, and will present the performance of institutions of justice system in Kosovo in recent years. More concretely, this index contains indicators that provide data on perceptions and experiences of citizens of the Republic of Kosovo in relation to the rule of law institutions, as well as structural data representing reasons that are precondition for an efficient and independent functioning of these institutions. This 4th Edition of RoLPIK, analyzes the forth citizen perception survey conducted during June 2018, and it measures the justice system performance in relation to investigation, trial and resolution of cases during 2013- 2017.
How efficient are the healthcare services that the citizens of the Municipality of Vushtrri receive, with special emphasis on the Healthcare centers in the villages? The survey results show that around 78 % of the citizens use more frequently the main Healthcare Centre stationed in the city of Vushtrri compared to those in villages. Furthermore, around 65 % of them are obliged to purchase medical supplies and other supporting material. This activity is supported and developed in partnership with the USAID Kosovo through USAID Transparent, Effective and Accountable Municipalities (USAID TEAM).
Do you know what Prishtina citizens think about the public transportation? They believe it is utterly important to introduce more lines and buses. To add to, 50% of regular users believe security measures are being respected and the other half believe compliance with schedules and cleanliness must be improved. As for safety and environmental standards, 46% of citizens are dissatisfied with bus conditions, from air-conditioning to number of seats and respect of schedules. This activity is supported and developed in partnership with the USAID Kosovo through USAID Transparent, Effective and Accountable Municipalities (USAID TEAM).
The mechanism tracks and collects human rights cases of reported violations to Kosovo Institutions including the Kosovo Police, Prosecution, Courts and the Ombudsperson Institution. Specifically, the data collected and tracked includes reports of domestic violence, human trafficking, crimes against LGBTI persons, violence against journalists, etc. The mechanism also looks into case studies investigated by the Kosovo Ombudsperson related to special reports of human rights violations in order to increase awareness and public debates on cases initiated. The mechanism is part of several activities foreseen under the project “Protecting and Promoting Human Rights in Kosovo through Active Civil Society” under the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights, implemented by Kosovar Institute for Policy Research and Development (KIPRED), Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) and Artpolis.
Rule of Law Performance Index in Kosovo (RoLPIK) is a monitoring mechanism developed to assess performance of institutions of rule of law, with particular focus on the justice system. This index will serve as a platform of open and accessible data for the broader public, and will present the performance of institutions of justice system in Kosovo during the last years. More concretely, this index contains indicators that provide data on perceptions and experiences of citizens of the Republic of Kosovo in relation to the institutions of rule of law, as well as structural data representing reasons that are precondition for efficient and independent functioning of these institutions.
GLPS has conducted a representative survey of population with 1000 persons, at the end of March 2015, in order to estimate and then examine the perception trends with regard to this phenomenon. Using the data deriving from the survey, GLPS built the ‘potential migrant’s profile’ and empirically analyses the factors that influence the willingness of citizens to migrate in the context of the factors that participate in the said profil
Group for Legal and Political Studies continuously monitors the National Plan for Implementation of the Stabilization and Association Agreement (NIPSAA). Infographics from the monitoring periods can be found below.
The overall goal of WeBER is to increase the relevance, participation and capacity of civil society organisations and media in the Western Balkans to advocate for and influence the design and implementation of public administration reform (PAR).