EFB and BiEPAG at the international conference “The Western Balkans in the European Union: Enlargement to What, Accession to What? – Rome, April 5, 2017

In the run up to the Italian Summit on the Western Balkans the European Fund for the Balkans and Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group are participating and supporting the International Conference: The Western Balkans in the European Union: Enlargement to What, Accession to What? that will be held in Rome on April 5, 2017.…

Public Discussion “The Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina” organised by the European Fund for the Balkans in cooperation with the weekly “Vreme”, 30.03.2017 (Mikser House, Belgrade)

The European Fund for the Balkans in cooperation with the weekly “Vreme” are organizing the public discussion focused on “The Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina”. It will be held tomorrow in Mikser House, starting from 15.00 h (30.03.2017). This is the first from the serie of three public discussions scheduled for April 12 in Zagreb…

BiEPAG’s policy brief ‘The Crisis of Democracy in the Western Balkans. Authoritarianism and EU Stabilitocracy’ presentation in the European Parliament

The new BiEPAG (Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group) study ‘The Crisis of Democracy in the Western Balkans. Authoritarianism and EU Stabilitocracy’ will be presented at the round-table “The Crisis of Democracy in the Western Balkans – Authoritarianism and EU Stabilitocracy” in the European Parliament on March 28, 2017. The European perspective of the Western Balkans…

EFB and BiEPAG at the EUISS Expert Workshop “Building resilience in the Western Balkans”

The Senior Programme Manager of the European Fund for the Balkans, Igor Bandovic together with the representatives from the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group took part in the expert workshop “Building resilience in the Western Balkans” organised on 16th of February in Brussels by the EU Institute for Security Studies Brussels. Having in mind…

Roundatable on Youth Cooperation in the Western Balkans, 4 Scenarios for the Future, Brussels, January 30, 2016

The third component of the Strategic Foresight Workshop, as a continuation of the new program Regional Policy Academy (RPA) which is co-organised by the European Fund for the Balkans and the Belgrade Centre for Political Excellence, will be realised as a roundtable in Brussels on January 30, 2016. Under the title “Youth Cooperation in the…

Fellows Presentations of their gained knowledge and expertise at their Home Institutions

The cycle of the Fellowship Programme for Government Officials for 2015/2016 has been officially wrapped up with this year’s Fellows presentations at their home institutions. The final seminar’s training sessions in communication and presentation skills that was concluded in November, was envisaged a preparation for the fellows for the knowledge transfer in their home institutions.…

“Monitoring and Evaluation of the Rule of Law in the Western Balkans” MERLIN presented at the regional conference in Belgrade, December 21, 2016

The regional conference “Security Challenges as a Link Between the Citizens and Institutions” took place at Mikser House (Karađorđeva 46, Belgrade) on December 21, 2016, and among others it was also supported by the European Fund for the Balkans. The second panel of the conference presents the state of play regarding the rule of law…

PROMOTION OF FIVE SEASONS OF “VICINITIES” AND PRESS CONFERENCE

On the occasion of celebrating 5 years of Okruženje’(‘Vicinities’ in English), the European Fund for the Balkans and the Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe (CDRSEE) organised a special panel discussion having Ms Zvezdana Kovač, (CDRSEE Executive Director) as moderator and Mr Axel Dittmann, (German Ambassador in Belgrade), Mr Hannes Swoboda (CDRSEE Chairman), Ms Hedvig…

Civil Society Forum Skopje, “Reclaiming Democracy, Europe and Social Justice” (November 24-26, 2016)

The CSF Skopje that was held in the period between November24-26, 2016 in Skopje, Macedonia gathered over 100 civil society members (activists, analysts, advocates) from across the region discussing the relevant issues: What kind of re-claiming of hijacked terms (Democracy, Europe, Social Justice) do we need and how can we achieve it? Do the alternatives…