The Security Program of the Center for Internet, Development and Good Governance “IMPETUS” is engaged in the realization of methodologically designed research, analyzes and studies on security issues and challenges of today’s contemporary living. Identifying and assessing the risks, threats
The Privacy and Internet Program aims to develop tools for informing and educating citizens about the exercise of their rights in this area, as well as advocacy tools aimed at developing the awareness of legal entities for implementing the standards
The Good Governance and Human Rights Program will conduct researches and analyses to determine the degree of good governance and achieve standards for accountable and transparent operation of public institutions, both at central and local level. This program will assess
To promote the active citizenship of young people in general and their European citizenship in particular. – Develop solidarity and tolerance in order to strengthen social cohesion. – Foster mutual understanding between young people from different countries. To help improve
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This research aims to present an overview of the legislative framework and the current challenges in the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia) in the area of surveillance and interception of communications. It
Анализата е спроведена како активност во акцијата „Антикорупциски политики и ризици во време на вонредна состојба“ во рамки на проектот „Граѓански организации и медиуми против корупција – Коалиција за нулта толеранција“, поддржан од Европската Унија, спроведуван од Транспарентност Македонија и