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  • Ethnicity-centered discourse

    "ABANDONING ETHNICITY-CENTERED DISCOURSE IN THE GOVERNMENT POLITICAL RHETORIC AND IN INSTITUTIONAL POLICY MAKING" 

    The analysis conducted by the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje targeted the ethnic model of governing and ethnic modeling of social, educational, economic and cultural policies and to inaugurate novel political ideas of solidarity beyond ethnicity.

  • Professor Creston Davis part of ISSH-S

    We are extremely proud and happy to announce that Professor Creston Davis is now part of the permanent faculty of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje. His areas are: philosophy, political theology and theoretical psychoanalysis. You can follow his blog at http://crestondavis.wordpress.com/

  • Announcement

    We are proud to announce that the core policy research activities of the Institute throughout 2013 will be carried out with the institutional support of the esteemed Think Thank Fund of OSI-Budapest and CIRA-Civica Mobilitas.

  • Concept paper on social discourse

    The Institute is working on a concept paper that will lay the strategy of intervention in the governing order of discourse as a social structuring of semiotic difference, which being a constituted as a stable articulated discourse, needs to be targeted with a combination of communication tools of dissemination ranging from symposia and conferences, but most importantly mobilizing a progressive layer in the media and public space in order to organize a larger consensus on the introduction of the social discourse against the ethnic one.

  • Public discussions on social consensus

    The institute will engage the major political proponents of the new (national) ideology through provoking them into discussion on the need for policies that aim at building a strong social consensus in the country.

  • Activities of the ISSHS

    Recognizing the complexity of the analyses of the socio-political processes in Macedonia the Institute is committed to developing an innovative scientific, context based approach that shifts from the commoditization with ready established patterns of interpretation.