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Transparency Serbia

 

 

 

Introduction

Transparency Serbia is non- partisan, non-governmental and non-for profit voluntary organization established with the aim of curbing corruption in Serbia.

Transparency Serbia’s main goal is to increase transparency in the work of state organs as a way to prevent abuse of public authority for private purposes, through preventive activity - raising public awareness about the dangers and damage that corruption does to society, fostering reforms and proposing concrete recommendations.

Transparency Serbia is national chapter and representative of Transparency International in Republic of Serbia.

 

 

Current Activities

 

Publications and presentations

Summarized results of TS' work in 2017

 

Strategic Framework

Based on the goals established by the founding documents of Transparency Serbia (TS) and the Transparency International Strategy 2020, taking into account the relevant international conventions, regulations and strategic acts of the Republic of Serbia, findings and recommendations of our own and others' researches and the achievement of the Strategic Framework TS in the period 2005-2010 and 2011-2015, the Assembly of the Association, on the proposal of the Managing Board, passes the following:

Strategy for work and development of the TS for the period 2017-2020

 

Structure of the Organization

The bodies of Transparency Serbia organization are:

  • Assembly, which adopt most important documents of organization and elect other bodies,
  • Managerial Board, which is responsible for strategy and implementing of planned activities,
  • Supervisory board, with control function,

Officials of the organization are the President, Executive Director, Program Director and Financial Director.
Beside bodies of organization important role in implementing of Transparency's aims has also:

  • Project managers
  • Project assistants
  • Permanent and temporary associates

 

People

 

President (represents the organization locally and internationally):

   PhD Vladimir Goati

 

Program Director (issues related to the implementation of existing and designing new anti-corruption program):

   Nemanja Nenadic

 

Financial Director (issues relating to the funding organization):

   Danilo Pejovic

 

Executive Director (organizational issues of association)

   Bojana Medenica

 

Project administration

   Zlata Djordjevic

   Rade Djuric

   Zlatko Minic

 

Web - administration

   Marko Popadic

 

Managerial Board

   PhD Vladimir Goati,

   Nemanja Nenadic,

   Danilo Pejovic,

   Bojana Medenica,

   Valentina Milanovic,

   Natalija Lasic

 

Supervisory board

   Dusan Poznanovic,

   Marko Savic,

   Predrag Vidakovic

 

Statute

 

Organization Funding

Transparency Serbia is financed solely on the basis of projects. Transparency Serbia does not accept funding that could harm the independence of the organization or that might impair the independence of the organization to pursue its mission. At the same time, we emphasize on all materials that occur within the project that expressed opinions belong exclusively to Transparency Serbia.

In addition to the activities funded under the projects, Transparency Serbia is conducting many others for which there is no donor support (e.g. comments on the current anti-corruption themes, press releases, legal initiatives for adoption or amending regulation, FOI requests, etc.).


Transparency Serbia regularly submits annual financial report to the Business Registers Agency.

Data on donors who have supported individual projects.

Here you can see the structure of donations.

 

 

Code of Ethics