“Citizens for Inspection Reform” Training Organized for Member of the Project Coalition
First “Reform of Inspection Oversight in Serbia” workshop for civil society organizations was held in Kraljevo.
Within the framework of the project “Citizens for Inspection Reform” implemented by Center for Democracy Foundation in partnership with Foundation Dokukino, first workshop titled “Reform of Inspection Oversight” was organized December 12-13, 2014, in Kraljevo.
On this occasion, workshop participants were offered the theoretical knowledge on legislative framework regulating the system of inspections in Serbia, as well as practical knowledge and comparative practices from the region and Europe. We have also discussed about the European standards in local communities related to inspections, their role and reputation at the local level. The objective was also, to create a concrete plan for future activities with the members of project Coalition.
Participants at the training were representatives of six civil society organizations we actively cooperate within the project: Timok Club, Resource Center Majdanpek, European Movement Kraljevo, FORCA Požega, Artesa Kikinda, Together Together Belgrade.
Participant had the opportunity to discuss the above mentioned topics with Prof. Dr Bogoljub Milosavljević, professor of comparative and constitutional law from the Union University, from Belgrade; Prof. Dr. Snežana Đorđević, professor of local government from the Faculty of Political Sciences, from Belgrade University; Prof. Dr Ksenija Petovar, retired professor from Architect and Geographical Faculty, University of Belgrade; as well as representatives of Center for Democracy Foundation – Miloš Savić and Nataša Nikolić.
Workshop in Kraljevo was the first out of three trainings that will be organized in the period December 2014 – February 2015, aimed at strengthening local civil society organizations for advocating the process of inspection system reforms in Serbia.
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