"NATIONAL IDENTITY AS CENTRAL POLITICAL CONCERN: THE CASE OF SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE AND ITS COMPETING MYTHS OF ORIGIN"
ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 10th volume (No. 1-2) of the Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture “Identities.”
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.
The “Ethnically and Gender Inclusive Grass-Root LGBTI Movement in Macedonia” Project, implemented with the support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the period from September 2012 until September 2013, represents a policy study for awareness raising activities.
The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje is in a partnership collaboration with the new Institute of Advanced Study: The Graduate School in Critical Theory & the Humanities. The new Institute will be offering master and doctoral courses and seminars through the year and it represents a global gathering of engaged teachers and students.
A Policy Brief Entitled "Skopje 2014 Project and its Effects on the
Perception of Macedonian Identity Among the Citizens of Skopje"
was released on June 30th 2013. It has been produced by a
research team of ISSHS and with the support of Fridrich Ebert
Stiftung, and published in Macedonian, Albanian and English
(including visual material and appendixes containing
questionnaires/guides used for focus groups).
The ISSH-S is currently working on the project “Improving the forcibility
of mechanisms and instruments for judiciary's independence in
Macedonia”with “THINK AND LINK” - Regional Policy Programme’s
ISSHS, with the support of UN Women and in partnership with
"Akcija Zdruzenska", leads and coordinates the implementation of
the project “Strengthening the capacities of local governance and
local activism toward effective gender equity policies in Macedonia”.
Policy research and advocacy project "Ethnically and Gender
Inclusive Grass-Root LGBT Movements in Macedonia" is conducted
with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in
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