Political Dialogue and Civil Society Engagement

By definition, political dialogue is seen as “the exchange of views that presupposes the presence of at least two entities” – sometimes the entities in question could be political parties, sometimes civil society organizations, sometimes trade unions, and ideally they can be a combination of all.

The cooperation between the different types of entities and the functionalization and materialization of their joint concepts and strategies often give the ultimate result in the form of Social Cohesion – a process that is fully supported by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in North Macedonia and all of its offices worldwide.

Political Dialogue and Civil Society Engagement are part of the basic pillars that lead to a functional democracy and are processes that need to be continuously nurtured and maintained in each society.

Latest News and Events

13.06.2019 | EU Integration, Political Dialogue and Civil Society Engagement | Event

New Paper: Blueprint Prespa?

Blueprint Prespa? Lessons learned from the Greece-North Macedonia agreement

| Created by Armakolas, Ioannis; Petkovski, Ljupcho



05.12.2018 | Political Dialogue and Civil Society Engagement

Alternative Democratic Practices: Bridging Movements and Institutions

On December 5th through the 7th, the Skopje “edition” of the “Think Engaged: SEE Academia Dialogue Series” occurred, titled *Alternative Democratic…


02.10.2018 | Political Dialogue and Civil Society Engagement | News

The Skopje Office of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Government of Republic of Macedonia

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and the FES Representative Eva Ellereit signed the Memorandum during a visit of German Members of Parliament.


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