Press release

Press release

02 November 2016

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, in cooperation with the Legal Reform Project of the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), organized a workshop on the topic: “Media and Institutions: Transparency vs. Confidentiality”, which was held in the Emerald Hotel, Prishtina, on 31 October and 1 November 2016.

The purpose of the workshop, attended by the representatives and the heads of the offices for communication and information of the national institutions, was to discuss the challenges faced by the Constitutional Court and other state institutions during their daily work vis-à-vis the national media.

Among others, matters such as the most practical types of communication with the media, drafting and development of the strategic communication objectives, selection of the most effective communication methods and the line between transparency and confidentiality in the work of the institutions vis-à-vis the media were discussed during this workshop.

The moderator of the workshop was Dr. Bernd Odörfer, Judge and Spokesperson of the Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart, who had previously acted as a spokesperson of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany.

  • KI 07/17

    Constitutional Review of the Judgment Pml. No. 228/2016 of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 20 October 2016 and Judgment PAKR No. 231/2015 of the Court of Appeals, of 6 August 2015

  • KI 127/15

    Request for constitutional review of the proceedings pending before the regular courts of the Republic of Kosovo regarding the Case C. No. 850/07 (P. no. 850/07)

  • KI 31/17

    Constitutional review of Decision CLM No. 10/2016 of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 24 August 2016

  • KI 141/16

    Constitutional review of Decision KA. No. 339/2016 of 15 April 2016 of the Court of Appeals of Kosovo, and Notification KMLK. No. 7/16 of 29 July 2016 of the Chief State Prosecutor of the Republic of Kosovo


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