IPF   Gaso Knezevic
University Model Law and Policy Study
Context and background
▪  Soros network initiatives
Education Support Initiative
International Higher Education
Scholarship Programs
IPF Initiative
Fund for an OSI Serbia
 ▪ Relevant initiatives worldwide
Human Rights Education
National Policies of Education
Republic of Serbia Ministry of Education
 ▪ Annotated papers
Higher Education Reform in the Balkans
Higher Education Reform in Montenegro
Bologna Process in Serbia
University Strategy for implementing Bologna
Bibliography on the Balkans and Higher Education
Western Balkans Education and Higher Education Policy
 Project objectives
  • Cataloguing all potential stakeholders of Bologna Declaration and distinguishing possible allies from hard opponents of the Bologna declaration and Bologna-tailored higher education legislation in Serbia and surrounding countries
  • Collecting, examining and presenting all reasons supporting the Bologna movement in the Higher Education Area
  • Minimizing the possible unfavorable consequences of the Bologna movement by exposing all existing and imaginable criticisms to counter-arguments
  • Mobilizing the broadest possible coalition for Bologna movement, as well as encouraging supporters and discouraging opponents of this movement and creating a list of guidelines for the Serbian and other lawmakers
  • in coordination with group advisor write a research paper and a 20-page policy study, as well as a Model Law for the Serbian Parliament that meets local needs while encompassing aspirations that could provide references and guidelines for neighboring countries.
  •  Fellow Website

     Fellow activities & publications

    Gašo Kneževic will be visiting Budapest in April 2006 in connection to his IPF fellowship research and his links to Corvinus University.
    The IPF policy paper expected in April 2006.
     The fellow

    Curriculum vitae
    Project Activity Report
     2005 Working Groups

    2005 Working Group Summary
    Democratic Governance
    Wider Europe
    Public Health and Roma
    Policy Making
    Combatting Organized Crime
    Higher Education Reform
    Open Society in Former SU
    Open Society and Muslims
     2006 Working Groups

    2006 Working Group Summary
    Wider Europe
    Open Muslim Societies
    Open Society Threats
    Resource Curse
    Roma Exclusion
    Open Information Policy

    www.policy.hu www.soros.org www.ceu.hu/cps January 2006