GLPS held a Seminar for CSOs in Kosovo on Effective Monitoring of Public Policies

May 10, 2017

On 10-11 May 2017, Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) has organized two-day seminar for the Civil Society Organizations in Kosovo on the topic: “Effective Monitoring of Public Policies” The aim of the seminar was to familiarize the civil society organizations in Kosovo with the process of drafting and monitoring of public policies, with a special focus on local level, WeBER PAR Methodology, indicator for monitoring PAR, as well as the WeBER monitoring methodology. The event was attended by more than 25 representatives from the civil society organizations in Kosovo and participants had the opportunity to actively interact with the experts and discuss among them the above-mentioned topics. The first day of the seminar included Policy monitoring and writing, the participants discussed the aspects of research and monitoring methodologies on PAR, indicators, as well as policy writing aspects. The last session included the presentation of the WeBER PAR Monitor Methodology.  On the following day, the discussion focused on the indicators of the PAR methodology and their developments, followed by practical exercises on this matter. The third day of the seminar is expected to take place on the 23 of May.

This activity was organized within the framework of the WeBER Project, funded by the European Union and co-financed by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.


Ms. Corina Stratulat – Senior Research Fellow, European Policy Centre (EPC), Brussels;

Ms. Simonida Kacarska – Executive Director, European Policy Institute (EPI), Skopje;

Ms. Stasa Lukic – Senior Project Manager, Centre for European Policy (CEP), Belgrade;

Ms. Bardha Maxhuni – Research Fellow, Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS).



Venue: Hotel Emerald, Prishtina, Kosovo.

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