Mirjana Krizmanić on Civility and Politeness

Conclusions of the presentation by prof. Mirjana Krizmanić at the symposium TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF CROATIAN INDEPENDENCE – WHAT NEXT? Civil and Polite Behavior – The Neglected Correlate of Tolerance Tolerance is commonly defined as an attitude that allows differences in daily habits and behaviors, attitudes and worldviews, appearance, origin, social status, education, ethnic or religious …

Antonija Petričušić on Minority Policy in Croatia

Docent Antonija Petričušić, PhD, Department of Sociology, Faculty Law of the University of Zagreb and additional member of the Advisory Committee of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities of the Council of Europe  A Quarter Century of Croatian Minority Policy: Developments, Current Situation and Recommendations for Improvements The main objective of minority policy should …

Vlasta Ilišin on Youth in Croatia

Conclusions of the presentation by prof. Vlasta Ilišin at the symposium TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF CROATIAN INDEPENDENCE – WHAT NEXT? YOUNG PEOPLE FACING A CHALLENGE: HOW TO SUCCEED IN CROATIAN SOCIETY? Prof. Ilišin’s presentation was focused on youth in Croatia and their perception of the factors important for individual success in contemporary Croatian society and the …

Public Discussion on University Autonomy

Centre for Democracy and Law Miko Tripalo and National Council for Higher Education organized a public discussion on the topic of University Autonomy on Thursday, 19 May 2011, in the Great Hall of the University of Zagreb. Moderators: Prof.dr.sc. Slaven Ravlić, Faculty of Law and Centre Miko Tripalo Prof.dr.sc. Vedran Mornar, Faculty of Electrical Engineering …

GONG Receives Centre Miko Tripalo Award for 2010

Centre for Democracy and Law Miko Tripalo awarded its annual Centre Miko Tripalo Award for 2010 on Thursday, 21 April 2011 at the Rectorate of the University of Zagreb. The Award was given to non-governmental organization GONG for its achievements in promoting democracy and political rights of citizens, as well as in contributing to implementation …

Centre in UNDP RCPAR’s Focal Points Network

At the invitation of UNDP RCPAR (Regional Centre for Public Administration), the Centre Miko Tripalo joined a group of government institutions and organizations of civil society from Eastern, Southern and South-Eastern Europe, as well as from countries of the former Soviet Union in the Focal Points Network of the UNDP’s initiative for public administration reform. …

Members of Centre Miko Tripalo in Sarajevo

Representatives of Centre Miko Tripalo visited Sarajevo on the 3 and 4 May 2010. The delegation was led by the Centre’s President Stjepan Mesić; other members of the delegation were the Assembly President Vesna Pusić, Management Board head Josip Kregar, Management Board member Vinka Tomić Tripalo, Executive Director Vanja Mladineo and Ivan Markešić, editor of …