Monitoring Report - Employment Agency of the Republic of Kosovo

Monitoring Report - Employment Agency of the Republic of Kosovo

30 November 2019

November 2019

The publication covers: a section on the organizational structure and functioning of the EARK is provided, with reference to the legal basis and policy documents; the Agency's 2019 budget; achieving tangible results, especially through active labor market measures. The concluding section provides a summary of the publication and aspects that need to be addressed for further improvement of the EARK.

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SUMP – A Joint Commitment: Towards an overarching institutional coordination and policy development in drafting and implementing SUMPs

SUMP – A Joint Commitment: Towards an overarching institutional coordination and policy development in drafting and implementing SUMPs

30 September 2019

September 2019

This paper gives a brief explanation of the benefits a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) could have for cities, as well as explore the possibilities of how the National Level, i.e. Members of the Parliament, could directly or indirectly support and facilitate the implementation of SUMPs in cities.

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Kosovo's Recognition in Face of Serbia's Sponsored Derecognition Campaign: A Summary Report

Kosovo's Recognition in Face of Serbia's Sponsored Derecognition Campaign: A Summary Report

3 September 2019

This is a summary report that depicts key developments since Serbia's campaign against bilateral recognitions of Kosovo, started in 2017.

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Monitoring Report - Action Plan for Rationalization of Executive Agencies and Regulators

Monitoring Report - Action Plan for Rationalization of Executive Agencies and Regulators

1 July 2019

June 2019

The Action Plan for Rationalization of Independent Agencies was approved by the Government of Kosovo in 2017. This document is an obligation arising from the European Reform Agenda (ERA), a document derived from Kosovo's Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) with the EU. Also the SBS contract, the Financial Sector Support Agreement (SBS) between the Government and the European Commission through which the EC conditions the transfer of financial support tranches with progress throughout the rationalization process during 2018 and 2019 with the achievement of the objectives of this plan.

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Rationalization of executive agencies and regulators in Kosovo

Rationalization of executive agencies and regulators in Kosovo

15 June 2019

June 2019

The reform for rationalization of executive agencies and regulators started in 2015, as part of the reform dialogue in the field of public administration between Kosovo and the European Union.
The policy framework for implementing the rationalization of executive agencies and regulators foresees its completion by the end of 2021. It is expected to affect over 60 institutions, most of which exercise executive functions.
To contribute to the implementation of this reform, this policy analysis addresses this reform in two dimensions, the context and framework of this reform, and its implementation.
This analysis concludes with the main conclusions and a number of recommendations for the implementation of the reform.
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