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EU Enlargement and Civil Society in the Western...
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This book examines civil society empowerment during the EU enlargement process. Building on extensive fieldwork, it compares mobilisation around rule of law issues in Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Moving beyond the traditional focus on the top-down impact of EU support, it demonstrates NGOs' agency and analyses their shifting strategies throughout the membership negotiations. Its approach and findings will appeal to scholars and advanced students of EU integration, social movements, and the politics of South East Europe.

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Stand: 21.01.2020
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Rade Zalad
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rade Zalad was a professional football goalkeeper, who was very famous in Turkey years ago. He played for FK Partizan, Budu nost Podgorica, FK Pri tina, Be ikta J.K., Eski ehirspor and Ankaragücü. As of March 2010, Zalad is the goalkeepers' coach in the Serbian national team, working under head coach Radomir Anti . FK Budu nost is a football club from Podgorica, Montenegro, currently competing in the First League of Montenegro. It is a part of Budu nost sport society. The club was founded in 1925. In 1946 it becomes the only first league Montenegrin club. Its colours are blue and white. Its biggest successes on the national level came during SFRY in 1965 and 1977 when it played the Yugoslav Cup finals. The best players that have come from Budu nost were Predrag Mijatovi , Dejan Savi evi and Branko Brnovi that achieved extraordinary careers throughout the 1990s. Buducnost played in RAPAN cup twice, in 1981, when they were first in their group, and 1985. They also played in Balkans Cup final where they lost to FC Inter Sibiu, after they eliminated Galatasaray S.K. in previous round.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 21.01.2020
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Rade Zalad
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rade Zalad was a professional football goalkeeper, who was very famous in Turkey years ago. He played for FK Partizan, Budu nost Podgorica, FK Pri tina, Be ikta J.K., Eski ehirspor and Ankaragücü. As of March 2010, Zalad is the goalkeepers' coach in the Serbian national team, working under head coach Radomir Anti . FK Budu nost is a football club from Podgorica, Montenegro, currently competing in the First League of Montenegro. It is a part of Budu nost sport society. The club was founded in 1925. In 1946 it becomes the only first league Montenegrin club. Its colours are blue and white. Its biggest successes on the national level came during SFRY in 1965 and 1977 when it played the Yugoslav Cup finals. The best players that have come from Budu nost were Predrag Mijatovi , Dejan Savi evi and Branko Brnovi that achieved extraordinary careers throughout the 1990s. Buducnost played in RAPAN cup twice, in 1981, when they were first in their group, and 1985. They also played in Balkans Cup final where they lost to FC Inter Sibiu, after they eliminated Galatasaray S.K. in previous round.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
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Minority Media in Vojvodina and Slovakia: A Tes...
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The book is looking at the problem of maintaining minority media institutions in a culturally, politically and linguistically diverse society, under changing political, economic and social circumstances. It examines two different dimensions of minority media institutions. The first deals with how state policy, minority rights and autonomy relate to the position of minority media institutions, while the second is looking at how minority media regarding its goals and financing - can be positioned within the framework definition of public service and marked-oriented media.In this book, the reader can find answers to the following questions.1)Why is the fate of minority media institutions closely interconnected with the implementation of minority rights standards and the degree of self-governance the minority enjoys in Serbia and Montenegro? 2)Why was the status of minority media institutions settled by a political decision in Vojvodina?3)Why is minority media in an ambivalent position when it comes to the definition of its status as a public service or market oriented institution/company?

Anbieter: Dodax
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Minority Media in Vojvodina and Slovakia: A Tes...
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The book is looking at the problem of maintaining minority media institutions in a culturally, politically and linguistically diverse society, under changing political, economic and social circumstances. It examines two different dimensions of minority media institutions. The first deals with how state policy, minority rights and autonomy relate to the position of minority media institutions, while the second is looking at how minority media regarding its goals and financing - can be positioned within the framework definition of public service and marked-oriented media.In this book, the reader can find answers to the following questions.1)Why is the fate of minority media institutions closely interconnected with the implementation of minority rights standards and the degree of self-governance the minority enjoys in Serbia and Montenegro? 2)Why was the status of minority media institutions settled by a political decision in Vojvodina?3)Why is minority media in an ambivalent position when it comes to the definition of its status as a public service or market oriented institution/company?

Anbieter: Dodax AT
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A Sustainable Future for the Mediterranean
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'Here's a work arriving just at the right moment and contributingnew insights at precisely the time when public opinion remains sceptical of the not very promising future we are preparing for our children, when governments balk at explaining to their electorates the vital but unpopular decisions that have to be taken and when civil society, with few ways and means, is finally becoming involved. This remarkable work will help all actors to understand the inter-linkages between economic activities and the environment in the Mediterranean Basin and take concerted, effective action to build a positive, sustainable future'Mohamed Ennabli, former Minister of the Environment and Land Use Panning, Tunisia'The Blue Plan has carried out a remarkable assessment of the serious environmental probems and insufficiently targeted cooperation in the Mediterranean, and also of new financing systems to be implemented, which would increase the capacities of local authorities and economic and social partners'Georges Corm, former Minister of Finance, LebanonThe Mediterranean Basin and its surrounding countries is a microcosm of the environmental and sustainability challenges facing people across the world. Depending on the development path it takes in the future, the region can either become a positive model for the regional regulation of globalization, or, more onerously, it might reinforce global instability. This unique volume is the definitive, authoritative assessment of the environment and development of the Mediterranean Basin and its 22 countries and territories, spanning five decades from 30 years in the past to 20 years into the future. Produced by the Blue Plan within the framework of UNEP/Mediterranean Action Plan and backed by the EU and national governments, it brings together the work of more than 100 researchers from dozens of national, regional and local governments and research groups into the only comprehensive insight into sustainable development issues in the region. Core coverage includes water, energy, transport, cities, rural and coastal areas, as well as related issues such as climate change, population growth, geopolitical changes, unemployment and poverty, pollution, economic and environmental policies, regional cooperation and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. Information is clearly presented through hundreds of full-colour maps, graphs, tables and a wealth of case studies. This is a must-have reference for all levels of government, NGOs and libraries, as well as practitioners, academics and businesses involved in economics, natural resource management, land and maritime transport, water, energy, infrastructure, urban and rural development, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture, tourism and coastal management. Countries and territories covered: Spain, France, Italy, Monaco, Malta, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Preface by Lucien Chabason, Chairman of the Blue Plan.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 21.01.2020
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A Sustainable Future for the Mediterranean
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'Here's a work arriving just at the right moment and contributingnew insights at precisely the time when public opinion remains sceptical of the not very promising future we are preparing for our children, when governments balk at explaining to their electorates the vital but unpopular decisions that have to be taken and when civil society, with few ways and means, is finally becoming involved. This remarkable work will help all actors to understand the inter-linkages between economic activities and the environment in the Mediterranean Basin and take concerted, effective action to build a positive, sustainable future' Mohamed Ennabli, former Minister of the Environment and Land Use Panning, Tunisia 'The Blue Plan has carried out a remarkable assessment of the serious environmental probems and insufficiently targeted cooperation in the Mediterranean, and also of new financing systems to be implemented, which would increase the capacities of local authorities and economic and social partners' Georges Corm, former Minister of Finance, Lebanon The Mediterranean Basin and its surrounding countries is a microcosm of the environmental and sustainability challenges facing people across the world. Depending on the development path it takes in the future, the region can either become a positive model for the regional regulation of globalization, or, more onerously, it might reinforce global instability. This unique volume is the definitive, authoritative assessment of the environment and development of the Mediterranean Basin and its 22 countries and territories, spanning five decades from 30 years in the past to 20 years into the future. Produced by the Blue Plan within the framework of UNEP/Mediterranean Action Plan and backed by the EU and national governments, it brings together the work of more than 100 researchers from dozens of national, regional and local governments and research groups into the only comprehensive insight into sustainable development issues in the region. Core coverage includes water, energy, transport, cities, rural and coastal areas, as well as related issues such as climate change, population growth, geopolitical changes, unemployment and poverty, pollution, economic and environmental policies, regional cooperation and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. Information is clearly presented through hundreds of full-colour maps, graphs, tables and a wealth of case studies. This is a must-have reference for all levels of government, NGOs and libraries, as well as practitioners, academics and businesses involved in economics, natural resource management, land and maritime transport, water, energy, infrastructure, urban and rural development, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture, tourism and coastal management. Countries and territories covered: Spain, France, Italy, Monaco, Malta, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Preface by Lucien Chabason, Chairman of the Blue Plan.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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A Sustainable Future for the Mediterranean
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'Here's a work arriving just at the right moment and contributingnew insights at precisely the time when public opinion remains sceptical of the not very promising future we are preparing for our children, when governments balk at explaining to their electorates the vital but unpopular decisions that have to be taken and when civil society, with few ways and means, is finally becoming involved. This remarkable work will help all actors to understand the inter-linkages between economic activities and the environment in the Mediterranean Basin and take concerted, effective action to build a positive, sustainable future'Mohamed Ennabli, former Minister of the Environment and Land Use Panning, Tunisia'The Blue Plan has carried out a remarkable assessment of the serious environmental probems and insufficiently targeted cooperation in the Mediterranean, and also of new financing systems to be implemented, which would increase the capacities of local authorities and economic and social partners'Georges Corm, former Minister of Finance, LebanonThe Mediterranean Basin and its surrounding countries is a microcosm of the environmental and sustainability challenges facing people across the world. Depending on the development path it takes in the future, the region can either become a positive model for the regional regulation of globalization, or, more onerously, it might reinforce global instability. This unique volume is the definitive, authoritative assessment of the environment and development of the Mediterranean Basin and its 22 countries and territories, spanning five decades from 30 years in the past to 20 years into the future. Produced by the Blue Plan within the framework of UNEP/Mediterranean Action Plan and backed by the EU and national governments, it brings together the work of more than 100 researchers from dozens of national, regional and local governments and research groups into the only comprehensive insight into sustainable development issues in the region. Core coverage includes water, energy, transport, cities, rural and coastal areas, as well as related issues such as climate change, population growth, geopolitical changes, unemployment and poverty, pollution, economic and environmental policies, regional cooperation and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. Information is clearly presented through hundreds of full-colour maps, graphs, tables and a wealth of case studies. This is a must-have reference for all levels of government, NGOs and libraries, as well as practitioners, academics and businesses involved in economics, natural resource management, land and maritime transport, water, energy, infrastructure, urban and rural development, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture, tourism and coastal management. Countries and territories covered: Spain, France, Italy, Monaco, Malta, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Preface by Lucien Chabason, Chairman of the Blue Plan.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 21.01.2020
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A Sustainable Future for the Mediterranean
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'Here's a work arriving just at the right moment and contributingnew insights at precisely the time when public opinion remains sceptical of the not very promising future we are preparing for our children, when governments balk at explaining to their electorates the vital but unpopular decisions that have to be taken and when civil society, with few ways and means, is finally becoming involved. This remarkable work will help all actors to understand the inter-linkages between economic activities and the environment in the Mediterranean Basin and take concerted, effective action to build a positive, sustainable future' Mohamed Ennabli, former Minister of the Environment and Land Use Panning, Tunisia 'The Blue Plan has carried out a remarkable assessment of the serious environmental probems and insufficiently targeted cooperation in the Mediterranean, and also of new financing systems to be implemented, which would increase the capacities of local authorities and economic and social partners' Georges Corm, former Minister of Finance, Lebanon The Mediterranean Basin and its surrounding countries is a microcosm of the environmental and sustainability challenges facing people across the world. Depending on the development path it takes in the future, the region can either become a positive model for the regional regulation of globalization, or, more onerously, it might reinforce global instability. This unique volume is the definitive, authoritative assessment of the environment and development of the Mediterranean Basin and its 22 countries and territories, spanning five decades from 30 years in the past to 20 years into the future. Produced by the Blue Plan within the framework of UNEP/Mediterranean Action Plan and backed by the EU and national governments, it brings together the work of more than 100 researchers from dozens of national, regional and local governments and research groups into the only comprehensive insight into sustainable development issues in the region. Core coverage includes water, energy, transport, cities, rural and coastal areas, as well as related issues such as climate change, population growth, geopolitical changes, unemployment and poverty, pollution, economic and environmental policies, regional cooperation and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. Information is clearly presented through hundreds of full-colour maps, graphs, tables and a wealth of case studies. This is a must-have reference for all levels of government, NGOs and libraries, as well as practitioners, academics and businesses involved in economics, natural resource management, land and maritime transport, water, energy, infrastructure, urban and rural development, agriculture, fishing and aquaculture, tourism and coastal management. Countries and territories covered: Spain, France, Italy, Monaco, Malta, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Preface by Lucien Chabason, Chairman of the Blue Plan.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 21.01.2020
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