Analytica institutional development

April 24, 2008, Analytica, Skopje
Dr. Nadege Ragaru, Analytica Advisory Board member CNRS Research Fellow and a member of the editorial board of the academic journals Balkanologie and CEMOTI. A lecturer in Conflict studies at Sciences Po-Paris.

Analytica at Conference: Macedonia - model pupil of the Balkans

May 5-6, 2008, h.Arka, Skopje
May 6, Analytica participated at the conference titled: Macedonia – Model pupil of the Balkans organized by Austro -French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe, IFRI and European Movement Republic of Macedonia. Analytica paper presentation on the importance of regional cooperation in SEE was included in a panel titled: "Regional cooperation under Construction".

EIA in Agriculture- First lecture in the lecture series on environmental topics supported by European Fund for the Balkans

introSeptember 2, 2008 Analytica, Skopje
Prof. PhD.Vladimir Dzabirski, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, Department of Livestock Production, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje

Through case studies of livestock farms, Prof. Dzabirski, gave explicit analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessment procedures, underpinned by necessary regulatory requirements. Discussion with the participants followed on the blemish of Macedonia’s legislation on EIA , i.e. lack of harmonization between enacted laws, agreeing that should be resolved through enacting streamlined laws, encompassed by numerous concise, detailed by-laws.

Environmental Impact Assessment Procedure in the Republic of Macedonia- Second lecture from the lecture series of the Project “Building National Capacities: Harmonization, Legislation and Management” supported by “European Fund for the Balkans”

September 17, 2008, Analytica, Skopje
Ms. Andrijana Veljanoska, Environmental consultant, Tehnolab Ltd., Skopje

The practical examples, like the development of EIA study for a project, explained the legislative framework of the EIA requirements in the Republic of Macedonia. Ms. Veljanoska eagerly and thoroughly answered the Q&A session, which was mainly focused on the effectiveness of the procedure, on the enforcement of the regulations and on the human resources required to maintain the whole process.