Programs

Thomas Jefferson believed deeply in the power of public education to drive progress through the generations. In creating the University of Virginia and in his lifelong advocacy of free universal primary education for the peoples of Virginia he battled not only for the individual’s right to know. For Jefferson, an educated public was a necessary pillar of democracy itself.

In the Jefferson Institute education program, we strive too for education, intense and inspiring, with a clear purpose – to enable and to empower peoples and nations so that they might live more freely.

We create and deploy digital tools to improve both formal and informal education.

2010

Alternative energy of Serbia is a virtual community that gathers experts, producers, nongovernmental organizations, state agencies and all who are interested in the support of renewable energy sources in Serbia.

2008

With its popular vote for independence in May 2006, the government of Montenegro committed itself to an ambitious program of creating a democratic security sector, with successful participation in NATO PfP at the top of its list of priorities.

2008

An Award to recognize a not for profit organization, which performs an exemplary act of good will for its local community (municipality, village, or street).

2008

A website devoted to empowering the community with the tools to tell their stories about becoming an Olympic Village over a five-year period.
2008

Research of historical perspective and present conditions in the civil protection system in Serbia, with a policy recommendations.

2008

This two-year project assisted the MoD with enhancing efficient and responsive strategic defense research capability at the new Strategic Research Institute (SRI), with the primary task of informing civilian decision-makers on matters of appropriate defence strategy and policy, operations, budgeting, infrastructure, personnel and training, civilian-military relations and procurement.

2008

The ODIHR has not followed one single strategy in all countries, but rather has pursued opportunities that would be the most feasible and effective in making step-by-step, incremental but important progress towards promoting equality of rights and opportunities for women and men.

2008

A biweekly electronic newsletter examining key issues in Russia’s domestic and foreign policies

2008

Energy and the Transformation of International Relations: Toward a New Producer-Consumer Framework (working title), which examines global energy trends and their impact on the development of international politics.

2007

Models of sustainable journalism training in Central and Eastern Europe.

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