Strengthening resilience in the Western Balkans: Challenges and opportunities for civil society

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There are more than 100 000 civil society organizations (CSOs) registered in the Western Balkans. Less than 1% of them deal directly with organized crime or corruption. This is surprising, considering the serious and widespread impact of these threats on the region. The panel will draw together insights from civil society actors from across the Western Balkans working on organized crime and corruption and discuss current challenges and opportunities for civil society working in the Western Balkans.

Kristina Amerhauser

Programme Manager at the GI-TOC conducting research on organized crime and corruption in the Western Balkans.

Dajana Berisha

MA in Migration and Development, University of Sussex United Kingdom Executive Leadership, Harvard University Specialization, USA Human Rights and Humanitarian Laws, Raoul Wallenberg of Human Rights, Sweden


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