Country Reports

Serbian Access to Information Law scores high

But journalists ask for better application

The Serbian Access to Information Law tops an international ranking and sets a high standard. The Media Program South East Europe of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung wanted to know, which experiences Serbian journalists have in practice when requesting information from public authorities. more…

Christian Spahr | February 20, 2014

Decentralization versus centralization

Where is Serbia's Vojvodina heading?

The Serbian autonomous province of Vojvodina has recently been in the headlines. This week its parliament passed a declaration aimed at defending its constitutional rights and autonomy. At a moment when Belgrade is finally starting to normalize relations with its former province (and now independent) Kosovo, the issue of decentralization is – willingly or unwillingly by some Serbian politicians – falsely associated with separatist tendencies of the Vojvodina government. more…

Henri Bohnet, Sean Parramore | May 22, 2013

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