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  • Legalizing Restrictions of the Freedom of the Press

    It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the policy report "Legalizing Restrictions of the Freedom of the Press," produced by a team of ISSHS researchers with the support of Think Thank Fund- Open Society Institute, Budapest.

  • New issue of the Journal IDENTITIES

    ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 11th volume of the Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture “Identities.” This issue is supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe. "Identities" vol.11, nr.1-2. "The Future of the Idea of the Left" is available in print and online at http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk

  • Creating gender effective polciies

    It is our pleasure to release the policy study “Creating of Gender Effective Policies: Model for increasing the dialogue and inclusion of the citizens from the community in the process of creating Gender Responsive polices”

  • Who owns Alexander the Great? A question of EU enlargement

    It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the policy analysis "Who owns Alexander the Great?": A Question Upon Which EU Enlargement Relies," produced by a team of ISSHS researchers in institutional cooperation with the unit for applied research at The Global Center for Advanced Studies. The findings in this study are based on a national poll concerning "Skopje 2014 Project" and its effects on Macedonia's EU integration.

  • Data visualizations

    For greater legibility of data provided for the research studies conducted by ISSHS, please follow our documents uploaded here

  • Official Language Usage in Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia

    The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities- Skopje is the implementing partner of the project “Official Language Usage in Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia,” initiated by the Office of the Higher Commissioner of National Minorities of OSCE and it covers 10 month period (February- December 2014).

  • Building alliances for journalistic freedom and democratic society

    The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje implemented the six month project "Building alliances for journalistic freedom and democratic society", funded by USAID and the Institute Open Society - Macedonia.

  • School for Politics and Critique

    The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje in collaboration with the foundation Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung is proud to present the “School for Politics and Critique.” The "School for politics and critique" aims at strengthening the theoretical and practical skills of Macedonia's activists for the purpose to answer the challenges of the neoliberal policies that has come to over-dominate the political and everyday life.