• 25.12.2018.

    People from North Kosovo mostly dissatisfied with the quality of life

    How do people in the north of Kosovo assess the quality of life in their municipalities, the quality of public services and infrastructure, the current economic situation, and the structure of employment? These are some of the issues covered by the research conducted by the Institute for Territorial Economic Development - InTER in munici...Read more
  • 10.02.2017.

    Improving the production and sales channels in beekeeping

    InTER was hired by the Regional Development Agency Zlatibor to conduct an analysis of economic effects of the intervention “Improving the production and sales channels in beekeeping” on the beekeeping sector in Serbia. The project is implemented by RDA Zlatibor, and it is financed by the Swiss Government through the Swiss Development Age...Read more

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  • 69575882_2628057137212687_247942775461380096_n.jpgAt a conference held at Mitrovica International Business College in North Mitrovica on 3 September 2019, InTER presented the report "Transparency of Local Self-Governments in North Kosovo - Citizens' Opinions". The report includes an analysis of the results obtained through citizen surveys in the municipalities of North Mitrovica, Leposavic, Zvecan, and Zubin Potok between April and October 2018.
  • 65309796_1736720873140745_5843186492335194112_o.jpgAt a conference organized on 26 June 2019 in the Media Center in Belgrade, InTER presented the key findings of the analysis "Case Studies: Transparency of PPP Projects in Serbia". The analysis includes three public-private partnership projects in the City of Pirot, the Municipality of Topola and the Municipality of Becej, which have been identified as examples of good practice.
  • 62103472_1578250085659239_6660138054272942080_n.jpgOn June 6, 2019, the representatives of the Working Group of the National Convention on the European Union for Chapter 35 presented the analysis “From obstacle to solution in the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina” in Kosovska Mitrovica.
  • 61883249_1714946558651510_3203049672914501632_n.jpgWithin the project "Mokra Gora – Undiscovered Pearl on the Via Dinarica Trail", InTER organized a study trip (FAM Trip) for journalists and travel agencies from the region.
    The study trip lasted between 29 May – 2 June and included Zubin Potok, Istok, Peja, Rozaje and Tutin. The participants had the opportunity to get acquainted with tourist products and natural beauties on the newly-marked Via Dinarica.

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