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School of Politics is one of the first programs of non-formal political education in Kosovo and the oldest one that is still active. Since 2003 the School of Politics has been implemented by the Pristina Institute for Political Studies with the support and under the auspices of the Council of Europe. The purpose of the program is to promote a new political culture for young leaders in line with the three key principles of the Council of Europe: democracy, rule of law and human rights. During one calendar year 30 participants from political parties, media, civil society, public administration have the opportunity to attend lectures with eminent local and international speakers. The program is currently implemented in 22 countries around the world and the graduates are certified by the Council of Europe and the Secretary General of this organization.

The educational purpose of the School can be described with the idea of strengthening democratic principles and practices. The curricula of the School of Politics modules include a variety of topics such as political theories, democratization, good governance, electoral process, political parties, foreign policy, EU enlargement policy and public communication. Due to its longevity and quality, the Prishtina School of Politics has become one of the central platforms of public debate among public actors in Kosovo. The program has proven to be a valuable experience for all individuals motivated to be involved in the positive change of Kosovar society through civic activism.

The participants are selected on merit based on their professional ability, taking into account other relevant political, geographical, social, ethnic and gender factors. A large number of School of Politics Alumni have held and continue to hold positions in key institutions in Kosovo. On the other hand, the lecturers of the School of Politics are experts in the fields involved in political processes and public life, coming from different spheres: politicians, policymakers, representatives of institutions and organizations, academics, journalists, diplomats and businessmen. As such, the School of Politics also offers participants a unique opportunity to expand their network and contacts.

 

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THIRRJE PËR APLIKIM NË SHKOLLËN POLITIKE⁣⁣ 2021

THIRRJE PËR APLIKIM NË SHKOLLËN POLITIKE⁣⁣ 2021

1 December 2020

Shkolla Politike e Prishtinës ka hapur konkursin për pranimin e kandidatëve për gjeneratën e nëntëmbëdhjetë (19).
Shkolla Politike është një ndër programet e para të edukimit joformal politik në Kosovë dhe programi më i vjetër që është ende aktiv. Që nga viti 2003 Shkolla Politike implementohet nga Instituti i Prishtinës për Studime Politike me përkrahjen dhe nën ombrellën e Këshillit të Evropës. Qëllimi i programit është promovimi i një kulture të re politike për liderët e rinjë në përputhje me tre parimet kyçe të Këshillit të Evropës: demokracia, sundimi i ligjit dhe të drejtat e njeriut.

Gjatë një viti kalendarik 30 pjesëmarrës nga partitë politike, media, shoqëria civile, administrata publike kanë mundësinë të ndjekin modulet me ligjërata, me folës eminentë vendorë dhe ndërkombëtarë. Programi aktualisht zbatohet në 22 vende të ndryshme të botës dhe të diplomuarit çertifikohen nga Këshilli i Evropës dhe Sekretari/ja e Përgjithshme e kësaj organizate.
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Third Seminar of the School for Political Studies 2020 generation is held

Third Seminar of the School for Political Studies 2020 generation is held

12 October 2020

Over the weekend of 9 October PIPS held the third seminar of the School for Political Studies with the participants of the eighteenth generation.
This seminar covered the topic "Foreign Policy and International Relations".

We discussed with a group of experts of the field the dynamics and main theories of foreign policy and security, especially within the context of Kosovo.

During these days we discussed the interaction between foreign policy, international relations theory and public international law; Kosovo in the new regional and global context; the challenges of Kosovo's sovereignty and recognition as well as Kosovo in the multilateral framework and potential NATO membership.
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School for Political Studies 2020 held the second seminar

School for Political Studies 2020 held the second seminar

30 July 2020

The second seminar of the School for Political Studies was held from July 21-23 and July 28-30. Over the course of six days the participants participated in lectures by public policy experts in the areas of political ideology and its effects on public policy.

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18 years of Prishtina School for Political Studies
Around 600 participants
Over 250 lecturers
Over 60 seminars organized
Over 500 lectures held
Over 200 participants attended the World Forum for Democracy
 

Schools of Political Studies Network and Association

 
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Prishtina School of Politics is part of the multilateral forums of the Council of Europe's School of Politics Network and the Association of School of Politics.

Schools Network was created by the Council of Europe in 2005 in order to provide a framework for the exchange of information, expertise and practices between the Schools. The network also provides a milieu in which regional and bilateral activities between two or more schools take place. Today Schools of Politics operate in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus. Such a wide reach has necessarily increased the need for cooperation, therefore the network offers such opportunity. To find out more about the School Network download the following documen here.

Association of School of Political Studies of the Council of Europe was founded in 2008 by the Directors of Schools of Politics, with the aim of strengthening links, stimulating development and supporting the schools. Equipped with a legal framework, Schools now have a tool that allows the Network to communicate with its own voice.

The Association plays an important role in supporting School Alumni. The Association's website has become a major hub for communication and information for its members, and provides a platform for dialogue and exchange between school graduates and current participants. More information on the Association of School of Political Studies of the Council of Europe can be found at: https://www.schoolsofpoliticalstudies.eu/index.php/en/.

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World Forum for Democracy

 
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The World Forum for Democracy

The World Forum for Democracy (formerly the Summer University for Democracy) is one of the most important activities of the School of Politics. This event annually brings together in Strasbourg School of Politics of all countries, and in addition, as the program is open to other participants as well.

The themes of the World Forum on Democracy vary from year to year. Until now, participants have had the opportunity to attend editions discussing democracy, power, social cohesion, social inclusion, political elites, the new Europe, the Arab Spring, media gender representation and information.

Prishtina School of Politics has been represented in this event with over 250 participants over the years. The World Forum on Democracy also serves as a platform for sharing experiences and sharing best practices, applied in a variety of contexts. More information about this event can be found at the following link: https://www.coe.int/en/web/world-forum-democracy.

 

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