On Monday, September 19, at 12:30 PM, at the EU InfoCentre in Skopje, the Metamorphosis Foundation is holding a discussion on the situation regarding good governance that will also include recommendations for its enhancing. Additionally, it will have representatives of the civil society in Macedonia as well as regional CSO representatives as participants, and the focus will be laid on ICT tools that have proven as most practical and most useful.
Misha Popovikj from the Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis – Skopje, Filip Chaparoski from the National Democratic Institute, Nada Naumovska from the Foundation Open Society – Macedonia, Marija Sazdevski from the Macedonian Center for International Cooperation, Natali Petrovska from the Coalition “All for Fair Trials” and Visar Sheku from ICT for Changes will discuss the current situation concerning good governance in Macedonia.
Furthermore, during the second part of the discussion, “Positive examples and experiences of the countries from Western Balkans and the Visegrad Region”, the floor will be taken by Mihal Skop from Kohovolit, Czech Republic, Boris Brkan from Zashto Ne, BiH and Ivana Savich from CRTA, Srbija.
The participants in this discussion will have the aim to jointly evaluate the current situation regarding good governance in RM, viewed from multiple aspects, to share past experiences and to suggest new ways for improving good governance mechanisms in the future.
This discussion is part of the ACTION VISEGRAD SEE project, whose objective is to promote a dynamic civil society that effectively mobilizes citizens for active engagement on good governance issues within the context of EU accession, and influences policy and decision-making processes at national and regional level in Western Balkans.
Click here to find the event’s agenda and invitation.