On 26 and 27 February, the initial meeting was held within the regional project "Accelerating the progress of effective tobacco tax policies in low- and middle-income countries."

Analytica think tank attended the meeting (with the researchers Tamara M. Spasova and Bojana M. Hristovska) and the other partners from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro and the coordinator from Serbia.

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Tax justice

The announced possible changes in the tax system of the Republic of Macedonia in the past period are subject to public debate by several stakeholders.

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Fifth regional workshop - Civic organizations as equal partners in monitoring of public finances

The team of Analitika attended the fifth regional workshop within the Project - Civic organizations as equal partners in monitoring of public finances, which was held from April 16-20, 2018 in Skopje.

The working meeting defined the rules and deadlines for NGO grants, events to promote regional analyzes, laying the foundations for building a strategy for establishing a formal network for monitoring public finances, and specifying the most effective ways of advocacy and campaigning. At the same time, a training on fair taxation was held by Ondrej Kopecni from GLOPOLIS - Czech Republic.

At the same time, the entire project team participated in the regional conference "Public infrastructure in Southeast Europe - in whose interest?", organized within the project.

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Public infrastructure in southeast Europe - in whose interest?

On April 17, 2018, the first regional conference was held, within the Project Civil Society Organizations as equal partners in monitoring public finances. At the conference, the study on infrastructure projects (in the field of transport and energy) in the countries of the region was presented, and it analyzes the degree of citizens involvement in the decision-making process for financing and commencement of infrastructure projects. This Regional analysis showed that infrastructure projects in Southeast Europe are often characterized by a lack of transparency and the risk of corruption.

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Public Private Partnership: Problems and Opportunities, Republic of Macedonia

Analytica today presented the findings of document: Public Private Partnership: Problems and Opportunities, Republic of Macedonia, prepared within the @CIVIKA Mobilitas project ''Public finances - with focus on Public Private Partnership''.

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Regional Conference: Criminal Liability of Police Officers in the Western Balkans
The regional POINTPULSE network of civil society organizations and Regional Anti-Corruption Initiative (RAI) organized a conference titled “Criminal Liability of Police Officers in the Western Balkans”. The conference took place on 21 December 2017 in Belgrade.

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The Public Image of the Police: Citizen Service or Something Else?

On 14 September 2017 Analytica organized a presentation of results from the annual public opinion survey “The Citizen’s Opinion of the Police Force”. The aim of the event was to encourage discussion on challenges regarding police integrity in Macedonia.

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Police integrity through de-politicization and professionalization of the Macedonian Police

Analytica on 5 of December 2017 organized a roundtable on police integrity and risks of corruption in the police. The project team presented the initial findings of this year’s assessment of police integrity. Members of academia and civil society contributed with their own presentations on related issues.

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