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Analysis of the legal framework on education and the possibilities of including open educational resources

The analysis covers the Law on Primary Education, the Law on Secondary Education, Law on Textbooks for Primary and Secondary Education, Law on Copyright and Related Rights, and also provides a perspective for the situation, opportunity to draw conclusions and recommendations for regulation of open educational resources in these laws.

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Laws in Macedonia – Adherence to Data Protection Principles

This project is an attempt to provide insight into how 35 laws from 12 areas in Macedonia adhere to the general principles of privacy and personal data protection and thereby to contribute to their compliance with the EU’s privacy standards and principles.

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Good Governance – Experiences and Challenges

The development of the civil society is a necessary component of every transparent, responsible and effective government that focuses on the citizens’ needs and strengthens the citizen’s support for reform processes through inclusion.

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Policy paper: Increasing the use of gov.mk websites as tools for transparency, accountability and e-participation

The aim of this public policy paper is to examine the current level of use of the websites of central and local authorities in the Republic of Macedonia (mostly using .gov.mk domains) in the areas of transparency, accountability and e-participation of the citizens in the decision making process, and to offer recommendations on how to overcome the obstacles preventing the citizens to use the full potential of the new technologies in these areas.

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Употребата на компјутери и интернет во образовниот систем на РМ

Анализа на контекстот на досегашната компјутеризацијата и дигитализацијата на образованието (сите јавно достапни национални документи, евалуациски извештаи од спроведени програми, изјави за јавност и сл.).

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Open Access – Briefing Paper

This document is published by JISC The World Wide Web has provided the means for researchers to make their research results available to anyone, anywhere, at any time. This applies to journal articles regardless of whether or not their library has a subscription to the journal in which the articles were published as well as to other types of research output such as conference papers, theses or research reports. This is known as Open Access.

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Privacy in Macedonia in 2008

Macedonia: Privacy Developments in 2008Report by Metamorphosis Foundation for EDRIEven though the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia and the Law onPersonal Data Protection (LPDP), the Criminal Code, Law on Organization andOperation of State Administrative Bodies and other laws recognize and protectthe rights of privacy, data protection and secrecy of communications, theimplementation of these protections has met with major difficulties during 2008.