Make comments about a blog
The word "blog" originated from the word weblog and is used nowadays as a term that means publishing information on the Internet (World Wide Web - www), most often in the form of diaries, records, author's articles and the like. Although blogs are published on a variety of topics and written in a variety of styles, their common feature is that they are more informal than classic journalistic texts, and especially than professional papers. In the blog, the author states his/her personal opinion on a current topic, event or public policy.
Blog posts on the Open Doors of Justice platform are dedicated to the topics in the field of judicial branch and aim to introduce citizens to the judicial system of Serbia. The blog allows you to engage in written communication with the author of the text by having an open dialogue in which you can resolve many doubts you have about the judiciary.List of texts
Attend Themed Open Doors
Thematic open doors are open panels for discussion with citizens on judicial issues in local communities, which take place periodically - up to 3 times a year in the local court. Thematic open doors are organized in 15 local communities in Serbia: Nis, Kragujevac, Novi Sad, Sombor, Zrenjanin, Uzice, Negotin, Sabac, Ivanjica, Vranje, Kraljevo, Krusevac, Pancevo, Leskovac and Knjazevac.
The topics of the Thematic Open Doors are selected in advance and refer to issues of the judiciary that citizens in local communities are most interested in.
If the Thematic Open Doors are held in your town, you may leave your contact details HERE and we will inform you in a timely manner about the place and date of the event.
If you would like to give a suggestion for a certain topic that you would like to hear more about at the Thematic Open Door, you can send your proposal HERE
Take part in local activism
If you are a member of a local association of citizens, in the following towns and municipalities: Nis, Kragujevac, Novi Sad, Sombor, Zrenjanin, Uzice, Negotin, Sabac, Ivanjica, Vranje, Kraljevo, Krusevac, Pancevo, Leskovac and Knjazevac, and you would like to be more involved in your local community, you can view and consider the Call for Project Cooperation and Program Support.
Evaluate the work of the judiciary in Serbia
If you would like to assess the level of trust in judicial institutions in Serbia, you could fill out a short survey:
If you would like to provide the assessment of the experience of using the platform and participating in the Thematic Open Doors, you could fill out a short survey: