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Publications Long Format

Publications Long Format

“The ‘Skopje 2014’ Project and its Effects on the Perception of Macedonian Identity”: Revisiting the Study After the Prespa Agreement (Second edition)

Extract from the study: In order to explain the diplomatic complexity made simple and legally elegant in the form of the agreement of Prespa/Prespes, i.e., the document settling the decades long “name dispute” between (now) North Macedonia and Greece, one has to look at the multiple and sensitive identity related stakes involved in the solution. Read More
Publications Long Format

POLARIZATION AS MEANS OF POPULIST GOVERNANCE AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT (Second Edition)

Polarization of a society is a matter of polarization of discourse: it is about constructing a narrative of a history of conflict and about constructing an identity of the opponent. Polarization takes place in language, by way of language whereas its consequences are material and can amount to conflict, violence or atrocities.[1] According to some Read More
Academic Publications

Women’s Political participation in North Macedonia

Commissioned by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy and with financial support of the Government of the United Kingdom, a team from the Department of Gender Studies led by Professor Katerina Kolozova, PhD, in cooperation with experts from “Akcija Združenska”, has prepared a study on the topic of political participation of women in Republic of North Read More
Publications Long Format

Polarization as Means of Populist Governance and How to Overcome It

Polarization of a society is a matter of polarization of discourse: it is about constructing a narrative of a history of conflict and about constructing an identity of the opponent. Polarization takes place in language, by way of language whereas its consequences are material and can amount to conflict, violence or atrocities.[1] According to some Read More
Publications

Policy Document concerning the Public Policy on the Effects of Existing Regulation of Editorial/Media Freedom

INTRODUCTION (You can download the document on this link: Policy Document concerning the Public Policy on the Effects of Existing Regulation of Editorial/Media Freedom ~CONTENTS~  1. Explaining the Problem (6) 2. A Comparative Analysis of the Existing Law and European Legislation and Practices (9) 2.1. Article 91 Defines the Programme Standards (10) 2.2. Article 92 of Read More
Academic Publications

DELIBERATION: THE PATH OF DISMANTLING THE #STATECAPTURE IN MACEDONIA. Policy Reflections on Macedonia 2016 – 2018

From the Executive Summary of the position paper titled: “A House Ready to Crumble? Putting Back the Building Blocks of Macedonia’s Parliamentary Democracy” . The publication is available for download on the link below  Prior to the “captured state,” a tag that Republic of Macedonia received amidst the prevalent non-democratic practices of Nikola Gruevski’s Government, Read More
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REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS ON THE EDITORIAL FREEDOM CREATED BY THE EXISTING LEGISLATION ON AUDIO AND AUDIOVISUAL SERVICES

INTRODUCTION (You can download the RIA on this link: Regulatory Impact Assessment of the Effects on the Editorial Freedom Created by the Existing Legislation on Audio and Audiovisual Services) CONTENTS THE AIM OF THIS EVALUATION … 2 PROBLEM DESCRIPTION … 2 DESCRIPTION OF LEGISLATIVE MEASURES … 3 DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STUDY … 4 ANALYSIS OF Read More
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Whose Revolution?

ISSH-S is glad to announce the release of our newest publication, a follow-up of an event held on May 5-6, 2017 in Skopje – Whose Revolution? Proceedings from the event held in Kino Kultura, May 5-6, 2017, edited by Stanimir Panayotov. The publication includes contributions by Luka Matić, Katerina Kolozova, Branimir Jovanović, Vladimir Simović, Irena Read More
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NATIONLESS

It is our great pleasure to present the publication “Nationless” which came as a product from the collaborative initiative between the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje, the organization Dam Dash- Belgrade and the Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies in Thessaloniki which brought together around 100 artists, theoreticians and activists in Read More