Most Europa

Managing projects

with social impact

"Toolbox" helping Western Balkans Six towards European integration
Consulting & Analysis
Research, Monitoring and Political Analysis
Training & Education
Training on European Affairs
Project Coordination
Coordinating projects with EU and non-EU stakeholders
Social Impact Projects
Making a difference in the Western Balkans

Who we are

Most Europa is an organization that supports individuals and organizations in the Western Balkans with their European and regional integration projects. Understanding how EU decisions are made is not an easy task for a non-expert. Moreover, cultural and legal differences could be an obstacle to building strong partnerships across borders. By addressing these challenges and by promoting regional dialogue, we provide our clients with a "bridge" ("most" in Slavic languages) closing knowledge gaps and paving the way for successfully implemented projects in the region. Therefore, we advise both, on project planning in general and specifically on education, lifelong learning, employment and economic cooperation in the Western Balkans.

Where we are

Most Europa is based in Serbia, where we are legally established. We want to connect the numerous European Union institutions and actors with the six Western Balkans countries by creating exchanges on EU and Western Balkan issues, thus contributing to the European integration of the region.

Our Team

Ena Sorić
Ena Sorić
Project Assistant

Blog Posts

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German coalition agreement includes reference to Western Balkans

 Published on 2021-11-25

The new German coalition presented the coalition agreement. They ask for opening accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia, urge for visa liberalisation with Kosovo, and said they will support the EU-led dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo.

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North Macedonia's Prime Minister Resigns Over Local Election Defeat

 Published on 2021-11-01

Zoran Zaev, leader of North Macedonia’s Social Democratic Party steps down as Prime Minister after his ruling party lost in Sunday’s local elections.

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Do we need an alternative EU accession process for the Western Balkans?

 Published on 2021-10-22

Since the EU enlargement process has come to a standstill, think tanks, in particular, have been thinking about how to change the process itself. One possibility is to introduce intermediate goals, such as accession to the EU single market or gradual accession. Here we present the two ideas.

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