European Union Office in Kosovo

The EU continues to assist Kosovo in realising its EU agenda, including through a strengthened presence in Kosovo.

Delegations that exist in countries and international organizations and their role is primarily to:

  • present, explain and implement EU policy
  • analyse and report on the policies and developments in the countries/institutions to which they are accredited

The EU Office also plays a key role in the implementation of the EU’s substantial financial assistance to Kosovo.

The Office works under the authority of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.



The mandate of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) was established by the Security Council in its resolution 1244 (1999). The Mission is mandated to help ensure conditions for a peaceful and normal life for all inhabitants of Kosovo and advance regional stability in the Western Balkans. The priorities of the Mission remain to promote security, stability and respect for human rights in Kosovo and in the region.


The Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo (HLC Kosovo)

The Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo (HLC Kosovo) operates as an independent organization in Kosovo and constantly contributes to Kosovo’s ability to establish and maintain the rule of law to develop a just society. The HLC Kosovo works to document facts that will countinously assist Kosovo society to deal with its violent past. In 2017, HLC Kosovo established the Documentation centre – Kosovo (DCK), a unique transitional justice space where everyone and in particular the youth can seek information about transitional justice and dealing with the past.


USAID – Kosovo

USAID’s projects in Kosovo focus on economic growth, democracy, and governance to help achieve lasting security, prosperity and stability. USAID believes that improved education, economic opportunities and quality of life increase the confidence of Kosovo Serbs that they have a viable future in Kosovo. USAID’s community-based programs have rehabilitated and built community infrastructure, engaged young people and supported businesses in minority areas of Kosovo. Furthermore, USAID programs have also focused on strengthening rule-of-law, good governance, decentralization and democracy.


Kosovo Civil Society Foundation

Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF) is an independent, non-profit organization that supports the development of civil society and initiatives that promote a democratic culture and respond to the socio-economic needs of Kosovo, with a particular focus on contributing to the integration process in the European Union.


Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence (BFPE)

Since its inception in 2003, BFPE has contributed to democratic transformation and European integration of the region of Southeast Europe.

  • Continuously conceiving and organising the political education of interested and engaged citizens and decision-makers at different levels,
  • Promoting and connecting prominent individuals and engaged groups of citizens who advocate modernisation, democratization and European integration of Serbia,
  • By advocating for the rule of law, human and minority rights,
  • Seeking solutions to existing and future challenges to sustainable development,
  • By initiating dialogue among the relevant actors,
  • Striving to improve the knowledge and professional capacity of relevant actors for their responsible participation in political and social life.


Belgrade Open School (BOS)

Belgrade Open School is a nonprofit, educational, civil society organisation founded in 1993.

BOS develops human resources, improves public policies and strengthens the capacities of the civil, public and business sectors in order to develop a better society based on freedom, knowledge, and innovation.

BOS vision is a better society based on freedom, knowledge, and innovation.

Belgrade Open School Values:

  • Openness
  • Innovativeness
  • Freedom
  • European Values
  • Public Interest
  • Quality
  • Accountability