Enhancing Regional Cooperation: Implementation of the Vienna Western Balkans Summit Commitments – A Round table discussion in the frames of the Think and Link Regional Policy Programme 2015/2016

The Group for Development Policy (Serbia) and its partner organisations: Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” Skopje (Macedonia) and Foundation ‘New Policies’ (Bosnia and Herzegovina) who have been jointly working on the project “Enhancing Regional Cooperation: Monitoring of the Implementation of the Vienna Western Balkans Summit Commitments” are organising the regional round table discussion with the same title.…

Interview with Hedvig Morvai for the Macedonian daily newspaper Nova Makedonija: EU is fighting for its positions in the Balkans

(Interview with Hedvig Morvai for the Macedonian Daily Newspaper Nova Makedonija after the Civil Society Forum Belgrade, Author: Goce Trpkovski, June 3th, 2016) EU IS FIGHTING FOR ITS POSITIONS IN THE BALKANS What would you say is the reason why the EU and some of its most influential member-states stood behind the Berlin Process? More…

Civil Society Forum Paris 2016 – Open Call for Participation

Civil Society Forum Paris 2016 Open Call for Participation EU-Balkans Civil Society Forum Paris, July 3rd and 4th 2016 Deadline for applications 3rd June 2016 Enlargement fatigue or Europe fatigue? Democratic backsliding or captured states? Migrant crisis or humanitarian crisis? The relationship of the Balkan countries with other European countries has always been an indication…

Policy Dialogue: EU Enlargement and the Berlin Process: What Role for Civil Society?

The European Policy Centre in cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans organised the policy dialogue “EU Enlargement and the Berlin Process: What Role for Civil Society?” on Thursday, May 26th, 2016. Andris Kesteris, Principal Advisor from Civil Society and Media in DG NEAR, Niccolo Milanese, Chairperson of European Alternatives, Daliborka Uljarević, Executive Director of Centre for Civil Education,…

Launching of the 3-month Business STARTer academy for young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Foundation for socio-economic development 787, formed by EFB Community Members from Bosnia and Herzegovina welcomed the 12 participants from different cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the beginning of the Business STARTer Academy – a three month programme for young people that will last from May to July, which is supported by the European…

A Roundtable Discussion “Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: Improving the conditionality mechanism of the chapters 23 and 24 of the EU enlargement negotiations” in Brussels (May 18th, 2016)

The Open Society European Policy Institute in close cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans is organising the roundtable discussion “Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: Improving the conditionality mechanism of the chapters 23 and 24 of the EU enlargement negotiations” which will be held on May 18th, 2016 in Brussels at the premises…