Civil Society Platform for Democracy and Human Rights - Poll
Dear all

We are conducting an online Poll with a broad spectrum of civil society actors in the Western Balkans with the aim to get input from as a diverse audience as possible, so feel free to disseminate this poll and ask input from your colleagues, civil society, experts, and other actors in your countries/WB region.

Why the Poll now?
At the Regional Conference “Civil Society Contribution in Berlin Process and EU Integration: A Positive Agenda Focused on Action”, (https://thebalkanforum.org/en/civil-society-contribution-in-berlin-process-and-eu-integration-a-positive-agenda-focused-on-action) held in Tirana on 21 – 22 March 2019, the participants agreed a number of key action points. An online poll has been among them which aims to solicit input from a broad spectrum of civil society actors in the Western Balkans on the following: 1) progress, or lack thereof, by six countries of the Western Balkans since the Western Balkans Summit in London held in July 2018, against the pledges that governments have made, and, 2) priority issues that civil society actors in the Western Balkans would want to put on the Western Balkans Summit agenda scheduled to take place in Poznan, Poland in early July 2019.

In preparation for the summit, we are asking all civil society organizations and independent activists, irrespective of whether or not you are a signatory to the Civil Society Platform for Democracy and Human Rights (https://www.civilsocietyplatform.org/), to complete this short poll asking for your input on priority issues to put on the Summit Agenda.

The Poll is anonymous, hence all responses will be kept strictly confidential. Your input will only be used in combination with the responses of others participating in the Poll.

Your input is valuable to us and we thank you for your participation!

Civil Society Platform for Democracy and Human Rights

The poll is open from 22 April and ends on 5 May 2019. To complete the poll, please start by clicking "FILL OUT FORM".

Please select your country *
What is your age? *
What is your gender?
Progress since the Western Balkans Summit in London in July 2018 as part of the Berlin Process.
1. In your opinion, has there been any visible progress in your country since the Western Balkans Summit in London? *
(Optional) If yes, what was the progress? If you did (or are aware of) any research/analysis, please mention and/or provide the link here. If no, please elaborate? If you did (or are aware of) any research/analysis, please mention and/or provide the link here).
Your answer
2. In your opinion, are the governments in the Western Balkans 6 (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia) being accountable for implementing the commitments from the Berlin Process, and Annual Summits? *
(Optional) If yes, how? If you did (or are aware of) any research/analysis, please mention and/or provide the link here). If no, please elaborate? If you did (or are aware of) any research/analysis, please mention and/or provide the link here.
Your answer
Upcoming Western Balkans Summit scheduled to take place in Poznan, Poland in July 2019.
3. In your opinion, what are the most pressing issues in your country that you would like to see in the Western Balkans Summit in Poznan, Poland? *
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(Optional - linked to question 3). If there are other pressing issues not listed above, please mention up to 3 here.
Your answer
(Optional - linked to question 3). Please list up to 3 concrete actions (no elaboration) on what should the governments do to effectively tackle these issues?
Your answer
Regional/inter-state, most pressing issues that should be in the Poznan agenda.
4. In your opinion, what are the most pressing regional and/or inter-state issues that you would like to see in the Western Balkans Summit agenda in Poznan, Poland? *
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(Optional-linked to question 4). Why do you think these issues are important to be addressed? Please list up to 3 concrete actions (no elaboration) on what should the governments do to resolve these issues and/or disputes?
Your answer
Accountability of government vis-à-vis commitments made at the Summit.
5. What can we ask the Governments to do to ensure that they are accountable for implementing the commitments that they make at the Western Balkans Summit in Poznan, Poland? *
Your answer
The role of civil society in the Poznan Summit, Berlin Process.
6. What role should the civil society in the Western Balkans 6 play at the Poznan Summit, and in the Berlin Process *
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(Optional - linked to question 6). If you would like to elaborate more on what other role can civil society play, please do so here?
Your answer
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