Welcome to Academy for Democratic development
Main goal of ADD is to offer solutions to to regional problems and to develop state policies that would lead to these solutions.
OUR GOAL IS TO CREATE POLICIES THAT WILL
GUARANTEE PEACE AND DEVELOP DEMOCRACY IN THE REGION
Projects and actions
MONTENEGRIN-SERBIAN RELATIONS COMPLEX, DIFFERENCES EXPRESSED, AND THE POTENTIAL FOR CRISIS CONTINUOUS
“The relationships between Montenegro are sensitive and complex, and they should be approached realistically with full awareness of what they draw from history, as well as what shapes them through current decision-makers, as well as through the prism of evident attempts to provoke a crisis by the authorities in Belgrade. These were some of the […]
The European future of the Western Balkans depends on joint efforts and the desire to strengthen European unity
“Sustainable alternative for European integration of the Western Balkans does not exist, and anything else would be merely a foreign policy adventure that would be disastrous for stability, sustainable development, and even peace in the Western Balkans,” said the President of the Executive Board of the Academy for Development of Democracy (ADD) at the conference […]
A stable, European, and civic government in Montenegro can fulfill all the reforms from the European Union (EU) accession process within four years, but it is questionable whether Montenegro will get such a government,” said former Minister of European Affairs and a member of BIEPAG, Jovana Marović, during the panel “Effects and Results of the […]
EU enlargement has become a reality, candidate countries to protect themselves from malign influences
The enlargement of the European Union (EU) has become a reality, and the candidate countries need to strengthen institutions and the rule of law to protect themselves from external malign influences, said EU Ambassador in Montenegro, Oana Cristina Popa, at the panel “Western Balkans, International actors and the Geopolitics of the new era?” during the […]
Even today, 20 years after the last armed conflict in the region is over, it is clear that there are still obstacles to building sustainable peace and developing modern, democratic societies in all of the countries of the region, be they EU member states or not.
Lack of Democracy Poor educational system
Inequalities Lack of Rule of Law
Our Team – ADVISORY BOARD
Our Advisory Board consists of our partners.
ADD’s donors are Foundations, Governments, Administrations, Institutions and Individuals who share our vision of the future
NGOs AND CSOs
One representative from the most prominent NGOs and CSOs from each country is member of the ADD’s Advisory Board
ADD’s cooperation with institutions and national and/or international organizations of similar orientation is one of the key features of our work.
Former Officials, Presidents and Ministers, prominent intellectuals, experts, university teachers, researchers, activists and other prominent individuals are valuable members of ADD
Spetim Gashi – Kosovo
Dr. Blerjana Bino - Albania
Sanela Čičić – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ljubica Mandic – Serbia
Our Long-Term Goals
Long-term goals of ADD correspond to SDGs, but also go beyond them and reach even further
It has become evident over the decades following the last armed conflict in the region that none of the countries can solve these issues separately, and this is why we are doing something completely different – adopting the regional agenda.
Regonal Solutions to Separate State Problems
All the solutions that need to be made have to be product of participation of great number of factors and include all of the stakeholders, rather than result of the agreement of political elites in each of the countries.
Our strength lies in the fact that we are all active politicians and decision-makers in our countries who can implement policies and solutions that are going to be developed.
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