PISG


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AcronymDefinition
PISGPerl IRC Statistics Generator
PISGProvisional Institutions of Self-Government (Kosovo)
PISGPitcairn Islands Study Group (UK)
PISGPerformance Indicators Steering Group (UK)
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Kosovo lacks an overall policy for dealing with existing and potential narcotics-related problems, but the PISG is increasingly aware of the dangers of narcotics.
UNMIK, PISG, and KFOR policy and practice contributed to the generally free practice of religion.
The multiethnic Reconstruction Implementation Commission (RIC) for Orthodox Religious Sites in Kosovo, funded by the PISG and chaired by the Council of Europe, continued to reconstruct religious sites damaged during riots in 2004.
In June 2007 the PISG, SOC leaders, and Decani municipality authorities agreed to ensure that a planned road to Montenegro near Decani Monastery would not pass directly through the Decani SZA or destroy the monastery's natural surroundings.
Special Envoy for the Kosovo status talks, UNMIK, the PISG, and religious representatives and sought to promote ethnic and religious tolerance.
Kosovo's Constitutional Framework incorporates international human rights conventions and treaties, including those provisions that protect religious freedom and prohibit discrimination based on religion and ethnicity; UNMIK and the PISG generally respected this right in practice.
In December 2005, a group of religious leaders from the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Islamic Community, the Roman Catholic community, and the Jewish community (in Serbia), as well as working-level PISG representatives in Vienna, drafted these changes as amendments to the law, but the assembly committee did not add these elements into the law sent to the Government for approval.
UNMIK, the PISG, and KFOR policy and practice contributed to the generally free practice of religion; however, the Kosovo Islamic Community at times publicly alleged that Kosovo lacked genuine religious freedom, citing as examples UNMIK's refusal to provide radio frequencies for an Islamic radio station and the closing of a prayer room in the National Library by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology in 2004.
International observers, OSCE, and the Protestant community expressed concerns to USOP, UNMIK and the PISG about the following elements included in the initial draft document: the stipulation that each religious group's name include the word "Kosovo," that religious community leaders must be citizens of Kosovo, that the amount of funding received from the domestic budget be tied to the number of a religion's registered members, and that in order for a religion to be registered it has to be established for a minimum of 5 years and have a minimum of 500 members.
UNMIK, the PISG, and KFOR policy and practice contributed to the generally free practice of religion; however, the Kosovo Islamic Community has at times publicly complained that Kosovo lacks genuine religious freedom, citing as examples UNMIK's refusal to provide radio frequencies for an Islamic radio station and the closing of a prayer room in the National Library by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology.
Members of the PISG and some political leaders made efforts to communicate with Kosovo Serbs and Serbian Orthodox officials and expressed a public commitment to assist in their return and the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed churches.
Members of the PISG and some political leaders made efforts to communicate with the Kosovo Serbs and Serbian Orthodox officials and expressed a public commitment to assist in their return and the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed churches.