GLPS, GAP and PIPS presented the European Reform Agenda Monitoring Report and launched the ERA Monitoring Online Platform

March 15, 2019

On March 15, Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS), in joint cooperation with GAP Institute and Prishtina Institute for Political Studies (PIPS), organized a roundtable discussion on the topic: “Implementation of the European Reform Agenda (ERA) and Expectations for ERA 2”, held in Prishtina. At the beginning of the event, a comprehensive Assessment Report for year 2018 was presented, while it contained accurate information on all three pillars, including (1) Good Governance and Rule of Law; (2) Competitiveness and Investment Climate, and (3) Employment and Education. During the discussion, special focus was put on the progress of the ERA implementation and its challenges. Most importantly, it will reflect on the expectations and institutional commitment to implement the remaining conditions. In addition, an online ERA Monitoring Platform was launched, within the framework of a project supported by the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Kosovo. This is the first platform launched in Kosovo, and aims to provide detailed information to the media and the public regarding the monitoring process, performance and efficiency of the fulfillment of obligations by Kosovo within ERA. You can find the online platform by clicking on this link: .

The ERA Monitoring Report 2018, can be found here.


Ms. Dhurata Hoxha – Minister of European Integration of Kosovo;

H.E. Ms. Nataliya Apostolova – Head of the EU Office in Kosovo/EU Special Representative;

H.E. Ms. Gerrie Willems – Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Kosovo.

Venue: Swiss Diamond Hotel (Ulpiana Hall) – Mother Theresa Square, 10000 Prishtina, Kosovo

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