PUBLIC OPINION: PUBLIC SERVICES, INTERETHNIC RELATIONS, YOUTH AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN KOSOVO

Published: Jul 19, 2022 Reading time: 1 minute
PUBLIC OPINION: PUBLIC SERVICES, INTERETHNIC RELATIONS, YOUTH AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN KOSOVO
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The report provides insight into how ordinary citizens in our target municipalities feel about and perceive the delivery of local public services; to what extent local authorities meet their needs; how much they participate in local planning; how they interact with their neighbors from other ethnicities, how they view current opportunities for young people; and how they think civil society contributes to their local communities.

The research was conducted with 2,100 residents in Gjilan/Gnjilane, Leposavić/Leposaviq, Lipjan/Lipljan, Pejë/Peć, and Štrpce/Shtërpcë. We were particularly interested in people’s perceptions and experiences with public services in their municipalities. Data presented in this report shows changes between Novemeber 2020 (Baseline) and November 2021 (Midline). The next round of household surveys will be conducted in December 2022, and the report will be shared publicly, as well.

We hope you will find this report informative and interesting! 

“Amplifying Local Voices for Equitable Development” (ALVED) is a British government-funded project running from September 2020 through March 2023. The project is implemented in five local self-government units (LSGUs) - Gjilan/Gnjilane, Leposavić/Leposaviq, Lipjan/Lipljan, Pejë/Peć, and Štrpce/Shtërpcë - in Kosovo by a consortium made up of Peaceful Change initiative (PCi), a UK-registered charity, People in Need, Peer Educators Network (PEN), and NGO Aktiv, both Kosovo-based civil society organization. The overriding objective of the project is to ensure that citizens in Serbia are better able to empathise with one another’s perspectives, play active civic roles in society, and celebrate diversity.

The surveys and analysis have been conducted by:


To access the mid-line survey report for Serbia, click here

Autor: PIN