WeBER PAR Monitor Kosovo 2017 2018 Brief

February 12, 2019


Dr. Arbëresha Loxha Stublla
Executive Director and Senior Research Fellow

PAR is monitored for the first time by Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) of the region through the WeBER project. WeBER has used the SIGMA principles as the golden standard and a starting point for developing its monitoring methodology. Moreover, in line with its overall rationale, WeBER has emulated SIGMA’s methods to create its own indicators from the viewpoint of civil society, using a similar compound-indicator structure and the same scoring approach: quantification of elements (sub-indicators), with the total scores assigned to indicator values on a scale from 0 to 5.3

This policy brief presents the main results of the first monitoring cycle which covers September 2017-September 2018. WeBER monitoring findings suggest that Kosovo performs best in the area of Policy Development and Coordination and Service Delivery although the scores are average whereas worst in the area of Strategic Framework for PAR. Specifically, the overall results (in terms of total scores) show that compared to the other six Western Balkan countries, Kosovo ranks second only after Albania, leaving behind the leaders in the EU membership process, Montenegro and Serbia.

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WeBER PAR Monitor Kosovo 2017 2018 Brief

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