Quick Update from the U2SID Project Team!

On October 30, we held our Steering Committee Meeting, marking a key moment in our project’s progress.
We are happy to share that the Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainability Plan, as well as our comprehensive Stakeholder Database, have been officially approved! Kudos to @SCiDEV for leading this process and all partners for their valuable contribution in a joint and collaborative effort.
🌟 Universiteti i Shkodrës “Luigj Gurakuqi”
🌟 Universiteti “Fan S. Noli”, Korçë – UNIKO
🌟 Scidev
🌟 Center for Comparative and International Studies
🌟 Agjencia Kombëtare e Kërkimit Shkencor dhe Inovacionit
🌟 Univerzitet Crne Gore
🌟 Univerzitet u Beogradu
🌟 Università del Salento
U2SID is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

“The Action Comparative Research on the Executive Triangle in Europe (CoREx)”

Today in Brussels, CCIS participated in the kick-off meeting as the Committee member for the COST Action “The Action Comparative Research on the Executive Triangle in Europe (CoREx). The Center for Comparative and International Studies is a dedicated participant in advancing Albania’s European integration journey. Our European Vision is a comprehensive, multifaceted process that enriches our society, fosters collaboration, and enhances research capabilities. We prioritise strengthening connections with European research networks and institutions, actively partnering with prestigious organisations and universities across various domains, including social sciences, technology, sustainability, and innovation. As part of this mission, we are proud to be a member of COST Action “The Action Comparative Research on the Executive Triangle in Europe (CoREx),” supported by the EU. This initiative critically examines the relationships among executive politicians, top civil servants, and ministerial advisers—the executive triangle—from a global comparative perspective, addressing a critical knowledge gap that affects democratic governance’s core components, including the legitimacy of political decisions and the government’s capacity to tackle complex policy challenges. Our contribution to systematic comparative knowledge of the executive triangle is a significant step towards a better understanding of democratic governance, especially in challenging times.