01 / jun / 2019.
12 / maj / 2019.
22 / april / 2019.
01 / april / 2019.
25 / februar / 2019.
18 / februar / 2019.
14 / februar / 2019.
Belgrade, 14 February 2019 - Our organisation acceded today to the Code of Ethics of Civil Society Organizations.
The proclaimed goals we only can achieve if we practice what we preach - if we respect human rights and fundamental freedoms, if we act independently and practice accountability, if our work is transparent and all our activities are carried out professionally.
Only like this, we believe, a change will take place in a society - the change that (due to the continuous discrepancy between declarative commitments to values and practicing of those exact values) today almost seems unimaginable.
The Code of Ethics of Civil Society Organizations (in Serbian) is available here.
27 / april / 2018.
Belgrade, 27 April 2018 - Three Points activists took part in a consultative meeting organized by the Anti-Corruption Agency
The aim of the meeting, which was conceived as a group interview, was to retrospect the previous cooperation of the Agency and civil society organizations, to map its successes and weaknesses and to provide guidance for future cooperation.
The representatives of civil society organizations actively discussed and provided representatives of the Agency with feedback, among other, on the role of the Agency, on visibility of its work, as well as on cooperation between CSOs and the Agency.
More information on meetings of the Agency with civil society organizations are available here
30 / januar / 2016.
30 / mart / 2015.
Belgrade, 30 March 2015 - A round table was held to announce the employment process transparency increase project, implemented by CESID, BIRN and PALGO Center, with financial support of the European Union.
On this occasion, CESID experts announced the launch of the platform www.transparentno.rs.
Jelena Jerinic PhD from the Faculty of Law at Union University presented an analysis of the legal and institutional framework related to employment in the public sector.
Activist Andjelka Markovic listed several examples of complaints about corruption in the employment and recruiting processes in the public sector that citizens often raise, pointing out the fact of lack of support for people who speak up about corruption at their workplaces.
The overall objective of this project is to support the fight against corruption and the EU integration process in Serbia, by strengthening democratic values and the rule of law by promoting greater transparency, openness and accountability of the public sector in the employment process.
Find out more about the project here
15 / mart / 2014.