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The Position and Status of Languages in Montenegro with a Special Focus on the Albanian Language

Authors Haxhi Shabani
Year 2018
Journal Name BALKANISTIC FORUM
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1 Journal Article

Understanding Montenegrin Citizenship

Authors Jelena DZANKIC
Year 2012
Journal Name Citizenship Studies
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2 Journal Article

Naturalisation procedures for immigrants : Montenegro

Authors Jelena DZANKIC
Year 2013
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3 Report

Development of Monitoring Instruments for Judicial and Law Enforcement institutions in the Western Balkans

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Objectives • To assess and improve administrative and survey-based statistics (including the field of asylum, visa and migration) that are generated by justice and home affairs institutions in 7 countries of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia). • To bring national statistics mechanisms in justice and home affairs institutions in the 7 countries towards compliance with relevant international and European Union acquis, standards and best practices • To strengthen the response to crime and corruption in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia Target group • Senior law enforcement officials • Prosecutors and judges • Staff of ministries of interior and ministries of justice • National statistical offices Outcomes • Preparation of a detailed written country assessment on national asylum visa and migration statistics in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia • Preparation of recommendations related to asylum, visa and migration statistics in the countries • Design and deliver training sessions for staff of justice and home affairs institutions on asylum, visa and migration statistics for each project country and territory. Project partners The project is implemented by UNODC in partnership with the European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI), the Joint Research Centre on Transnational Crime (TRANSCRIME) and the ICMPD.
Year 2009
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4 Project

MONTENIGT2012

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The project Researchers’ Night in Montenegro 2013 will be a successful continuance of its precedents Researchers’ Nights 2009-2012, organized by the same consortium, Montenegrin Science Promotion Foundation – PRONA, Natural History Museum and Ministry of Science, and strengthen efforts put in bridging the gap between the researchers and wider public. All events will take place on Friday, 27 September, from 12:00 – 24:00, with the central events (Hands-on-experiments, Science and Art installations, Gala opening, Movie projections, Interdisciplinary and inter-generational workshops, ‘Open science Show and Quiz’, Astronomical workshop, Science kindergarten, Concert) happening at the main Square in Podgorica and a series of smaller scale activities in Podgorica (University of Montenegro, Natural History Museum of Montenegro and “Delta” and “Gintas” Shopping Malls) and five other towns in Montenegro (Kotor, Tivat, Danilovgrad, NIksic and Bijelo Polje). Target groups of the projects are: high school students, university students, young people in general, preschool children, elementary school pupils, parents, school authorities and teachers, media and general public. The implementation plan implies having at least 10000 of direct participants, and to cover at 44% of Montenegrin population or 290000 people with awareness campaign. At least 250 people, from which 50 researchers coming from different sectors and fields of research, will implement the Researchers’ Night’s activities. Researchers’ Night will have a higher regional and international character. The main aim of 2013 project is to upgrade the role of researchers within the society. Project Researchers’ Night is fun, educational and unique event that gathers general population and researchers from academic institutions, the business sector, schools, young-talent programs, various NGOs, governmental institutions, international agencies, and guests - researchers from around the region and world, including diaspora.
Year 2013
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Citizenship between the 'image of the nation' and 'the image of politics' : the case of Montenegro

Authors Jelena DZANKIC
Year 2014
Journal Name Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
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7 Journal Article

Linguistic boundaries and geopolitical interests: the Albanian boundary commissions, 1878-1926

Authors Nicola C. Guy
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
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8 Journal Article

‘We Are All Beranselo’: Political Subjectivation as an Unintended Consequence of Activist Citizenship

Authors Bojan Baća
Year 2017
Journal Name Europe-Asia Studies
Citations (WoS) 1
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9 Journal Article

CROATIAN LITERARY CRITICS AND TRANSLATORS, AUTHORS OF ITALIAN ARTICLES IN THE JOURNAL STVARANJE (1946-1991)

Authors Desanka Jaukovic
Year 2020
Journal Name FOLIA LINGUISTICA ET LITTERARIA
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10 Journal Article

THE ACTIVITIES OF AMERICAN RED CROSS (SALIB-I AHMER) ORGANIZATION IN OTTOMAN STATE DURING BALKAN WARS

Authors Cemal Sezer
Year 2017
Journal Name TURKIYAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN TURKOLOGY
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11 Journal Article

MIDWEB: Migration for Development of the Western Balkans

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From 1.2.2010 to 30.11.2012 the project MIDWEB made a contribution to the reconstruction and the development of the countries Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and UNSC Resolution 1244 administered Kosovo. This was facilitated by a temporary mission of highly-qualified persons, who originate from these countries and lived during the project in Austria, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and in the United Kingdom. The project focused particularly on capacity-building in certain fields of local organisations in the target countries. The project is managed by IOM in partnership with the Migration, Asylum, Refugees Regional Initiative (MARRI), the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees in Germany and the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW), and is funded by the European Commission.
Year 2010
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12 Project

The Virgin of Savina Identity and Multiculturalism

Authors Marina Matic
Year 2017
Journal Name BALCANICA
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13 Journal Article

exposing the moral self in Montenegro: the use of natural definitions to keep ethnography descriptive

Authors CHRISTOPHER BOEHM
Year 1980
Journal Name American Ethnologist
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14 Journal Article

Monitoring media pluralism in Europe : application of the media pluralism monitor 2016 in the European Union, Montenegro and Turkey

Authors Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom
Description
This report presents the results and the methodology of the 2016 implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM) in EU-28 countries and in Montenegro and Turkey (MPM2016), carried out by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom, EUI. The Media Pluralism Monitor is a comprehensive and balanced tool for assessing risks for media pluralism, composed of 200 variables organized within 20 main indicators and, finally, structured in four thematic areas, encompassing pertinent legal, economic, political and socio-cultural considerations. The results of the MPM2016 implementation confirm again, as a general trend and in line with MPM2015 and MPM2014, that no EU country is immune from risks that are related to media freedom and pluralism.
Year 2017
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15 Report

The creation of new states through interim agreements: Ambiguous compromises, intra-communal divisions, and contested identities

Authors Nina Caspersen
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
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16 Journal Article

Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Twilight of the Republic of Venice: The Church of the Dormition of the Virgin in Visnjeva, Montenegro

Authors Margarita Voulgaropoulou
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Modern Greek Studies
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17 Journal Article

Mobilising diaspora to promote homeland investment: The progress of policy in post-conflict economies

Authors Nick Williams
Year 2018
Journal Name Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space
Citations (WoS) 2
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18 Journal Article

The Vow of Ivan Crnojevic to the Virgin Mary in Loreto under the Shadow of the Ottoman Conquest

Authors Valentina Zivkovic
Year 2017
Journal Name BALCANICA
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19 Journal Article

Kin state non-interventionism: Albania and regional stability in the Western Balkans

Authors Elvin Gjevori
Year 2018
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
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20 Journal Article

NGOs and ethnic conflict: Lessons from the work of the project on ethnic relations in the balkans

Authors Steven L. Burg
Year 2007
Journal Name NEGOTIATION JOURNAL
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25 Journal Article

Montenegrin-Albanian Linguistic Border: In Search of "Balanced Language Contact"

Authors Maria S. Morozova, Alexander Yu. Rusakov
Year 2018
Journal Name SLOVENE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SLAVIC STUDIES
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26 Journal Article

Safe with Science

Description
Main objectives of Sawe project are to bring researchers to the public, increase awareness of researcher’s profession, an important role in society and the impact of their work on our safe daily live with special attention to inspire the young to embark science careers. Sawe activities will bring closer to the public, especially to youngster, also the human, caring face of scientists with sense for humor and fun. For that purpose, we will implement awareness campaign with pre-events, “Stand-up Science” in 2018, 2019 and public-call for (pre)schoolchildren. On the last September, Fridays in 2018 (att. Cultural Heritage) and 2019 ERN will be organized with renewed programs in the festive and fun atmosphere. All Sawe events program activities aim at offering the public at large especially the young an opportunity to cooperate and socialize with researchers in a relaxed atmosphere. They include experiments, presentations, astronomy observations, workshops, researchers’ rock bands performed by researchers and students. Rawe ERN events will take place in Ljutomer, Maribor, Brežice, Koper, and Izola. Traditional cooperation of the primary and secondary schools’ winning teams of research and innovative projects in the frame of Youth for Maribor Progress (financed by Maribor Municipality) enable most promising youngsters to inspire their fellows and connect with the real scientists. The »European corners« will be in the heart of every RN location: Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellows' witnesses, information how one can become a researcher, EC’s various actions, programs, actions (incl. HRS4R, RESAVER) to present how EU cares about its researchers. Finally, yet importantly, the impact assessment includes pre-study and research prior and after events using a paper-pencil method. The impact assessment foresees intercultural comparison of results after using the same methodology as selected ERN leading partners: Prona-Montenegro, the Maastricht University and the University of Latvia.
Year 2018
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27 Project

Bringing Western Balkans closer to Innovation Union: An example of EURAXESS Regional Collaboration

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'More than a decade ago, Lisbon Strategy highlighted the importance of investing in R&D as crucial factor of social development. Nowadays, though, in a period of economic instability, the investment in Research and Innovation is even more required and has been proposed as a reliable solution to major societal challenges. EU Member States renewed their commitments towards an Innovation Union by 2020. To this end, WeB-InUnion proposal will contribute in realising three of the Innovation Union (IU) commitments in the Western Balkan region so as to be an example of successful regional collaboration towards European integration. Specifically, nine (6 partners \ 3 associated partners) Western Balkan EURAXESS member organisations with different experiences and expertise will seek to promote Commitments #1, #4 and #30 of the IU flagship in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYRoMacedonia, Greece, Montenegro and Serbia. Commitment #1 will be implemented by promoting the C&C principles and bringing research organisations closer to Human Resources Strategies respecting the C&C principles. Commitment #4 will be achieved by exploring the current situation on mobility issues in the region and preparing recommendations to stakeholders. Special emphasis will be given on the promotion of the EURAXESS Jobs portal as a tool to establish open recruitment practices. Finally, commitment #30 will be achieved by initiating or maintaining a dialogue with Diaspora researchers, investigating possible motives for their return in Europe and proposing relevant recommendations at national policy makers. In parallel with the above mentioned actions, the consortium, through its promotional activities, aims at adding value to the EURAXESS initiative by raising awareness of its services. The successful collaboration of the project’s partners is likely to set an example to other European regions that, if followed, could lead to a European-wide implementation of the Innovation Union’s commitments.'
Year 2012
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28 Project

Dimensions of citizenship policy in the post-Yugoslav space : divergent path

Authors Jelena DZANKIC
Year 2017
Journal Name Central and East European migration review, 2017, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 31-48
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29 Journal Article

Population change - Demographic balance and crude rates at regional level (NUTS 3)

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Following entering into force of the EU legislative acts on demography statistics, the demographic data at regional level are annually collected from 36 countries in the frame of the UNIDEMO that is the main demographic data collection of Eurostat in the domains of demography and migration. As the most extended annual Eurostat demographic data collection, UNIDEMO (acronym from Unified Demography) collects data on population stocks, vital events (live births and deaths), marriages, divorces and migration flows at national and regional levels by various breakdowns. The statistics corresponding to the reference year T shall be transmitted by countries to Eurostat by the deadline of 31 December of the calendar T+1, and will be disseminated during March of the calendar year T+2. Demographic data at regional level include statistics on population stocks at the end on the calendar year and on vital events (live births and deaths) occurred along the year being territorially disaggregated by NUTS 2 and 3 levels, in accordance with the following EU legal acts: - Article 3 of the Regulation (EU) No 1260/2013 on European demographic statistics and its implementing measures stated in the Regulation (EU) No 205/2014; - Regulation (EU) 868/2014 which is the nomenclature of territorial units for statistics, abbreviated as NUTS. The current classification known as NUTS-2013 subdivides the territory of the European Union into 98 regions at NUTS level 1, 276 at NUTS level 2 and 1342 at NUTS level 3. The NUTS is the official division of the EU for regional statistics. - For Candidate and EFTA countries the data are collected according to the agreed statistical regions that have been coded in a way that resembles NUTS. The current Candidate Countries for which data at regional level are collected are Montenegro, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Albania and Turkey. Demographic data breakdown collected at regional level according to the above EU legal acts vary according to the NUTS level. The following statistics are available: Table codeDescription demo_r_gind3Population change - Demographic balance and crude rates at regional level (NUTS 3) 
Year 2000
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31 Data Set

Migration from Central and Eastern Europe to Turkey

Authors Tuğba Acar, Deniz Karcı Korfalı
Book Title Between Mobility and Migration
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32 Book Chapter

Migration internationale au Luxembourg - SOPEMI Report 2017

Authors Annamaria Tüske, Adolfo Sommarribas, Birte Nienaber
Description
While the proportion of Luxembourgish nationals among the resident working population was above 50.3% in 2015, it dropped below 50% in the first quarter of 2017. Some 44% of the working population were EU28 nationals and 6% non-EU nationals. Luxembourg’s economy is reliant on its employment of cross-border workers. In 2016, French nationals maintained and increased their proportion of over 50% of the cross-border working population, reaching 51.4% in Q1 2017, at the expense of both Belgian (24.4%) and German (24.2%) cross-border workers. They mainly work in sectors such as construction, administrative/support service, accommodation/food service, as well as in the financial/insurance sector or professional, scientific and technical activities. Between 2010 and 2017, the number of foreign salaried workers showed the greatest continuous increase in sectors such as professional, scientific and technical activities, administrative and support services, and financial and insurance services. Regarding specific permits, nationals of China (119 permits), India (70 permits) and Montenegro (40 permits) accounted for 31% of all first issues of residence permits for salaried workers. Indian nationals were the single largest nationality group receiving their first issue of EU Blue Cards, with 90 issued during 2016. This was followed by US nationals (58 permits) and Russian nationals (36 permits). After reaching a peak in 2015, the number of applications for international protection slightly decreased in 2016, from 2447 in 2015 to 2035 in 2016 (decrease of 16.8%). Even if the trend slowed down, it remains higher than the levels of 2013-2015. Syrian nationals remain the first nationality of applicants for international protection (14.3%), Iraqi nationals dropping to 4th place (7.9%) after Albanian nationals (11.2%) and Kosovars (10.2%). Luxembourg remains the Member State hosting the 4th highest number of applicants for international protection applicants in relation to the national population. The international protection recognition rate increased from 228 (200 refugee status and 28 subsidiary protection) in 2015 to 790 (764 refugee status and 26 subsidiary protection) in 2016. This represents an increase of 246.5% of positive decisions year-on-year. Luxembourg continues to demonstrate its solidarity in respect of the relocation and resettlement of international protection applicants. In 2015, Luxembourg pledged to relocate 557 individuals to Luxembourg in the framework of the EU Council decision to relocate 160,000 international protection applicants from Greece and Italy. Within this framework, 197 refugees had been relocated by the end of 2016. From January 2017 to 18 August 2017, Luxembourg relocated 186 people. With regards to resettlement, 52 refugees were resettled from Turkey in 2016 as a result of Luxembourg’s pledge to resettle 194 refugees from Turkey in the context of the EU-Turkey agreement of March 2016. 115 people were resettled between 1st January 2017 and 18th August 2017. New pieces of legislation were enacted during 2016/2017 to assist with the specific migration situation in Luxembourg. Major policy developments related to the implementation of changes to asylum legislation and procedures, education and language reform, and revised integration measures in response to changing migration profiles within Luxembourg. A focus on economic migration took place to promote economic diversification, start-ups and the repositioning of the financial centre.
Year 2017
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33 Report

Turkish Cultural Memory in Croatian Folk Sayings and Proverbs in The Context of Intercultural Interaction

Authors Demet Kardas
Year 2020
Journal Name MILLI FOLKLOR
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36 Journal Article

Citizenship for Sale: Could and Should the EU Intervene?

Authors Jo Shaw
Book Title Debating transformations of national citizenship
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40 Book Chapter

Migration and Development

Authors Oliver Bakewell
Year 2012
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41 Book
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